I found this cool packet of ideas for aspiring aviators, http://www.faa.gov/education/educator_resources/curriculum/k_3/media/kinder.pdf
One cool idea I’m taking from it is weather conditions for flying. Make paper airplanes (I’m sure if you do a search you can find all kinds of cool paper airplane designs.. or even use a kite instead!)
Print out my “Weather Conditions for Flight,” printable and use it to record the weather conditions every day. Pilots and airports rely on weather to plan their flights. With this worksheet, you record the weather conditions (you can use basic descriptions, or get as indepth and accurate as you like using weather reports or your own backyard weather station.) Use your weather records to decide if it’s a good day for flying your paper airplane or kite. (Click image preview to print fullsize version).