I Can Make That!: Fantastic Crafts for Kids

I Can Make That Fantastic Crafts for Kids Fun great looking and easy to make crafts Award winning author Mary Wallace is back with I Can Make That the ultimate anti boredom collection for crafty kids Turn everyday materials into amazing ar

  • Title: I Can Make That!: Fantastic Crafts for Kids
  • Author: Mary Wallace
  • ISBN: 9781897066331
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fun, great looking and easy to make crafts Award winning author Mary Wallace is back with I Can Make That , the ultimate anti boredom collection for crafty kids Turn everyday materials into amazing art projects garbage bags become delicate flowers, cornhusks become rustic dolls, old egg cartons become treasure trunks I Can Make That features materials lists, step by sFun, great looking and easy to make crafts Award winning author Mary Wallace is back with I Can Make That , the ultimate anti boredom collection for crafty kids Turn everyday materials into amazing art projects garbage bags become delicate flowers, cornhusks become rustic dolls, old egg cartons become treasure trunks I Can Make That features materials lists, step by step colour photographs and a picture of the finished project to guide and inspire.I Can Make That consolidates the top five of the original I Can Make into one book from this Parents Choice Award winning series From costumes to puppets, nature crafts to toys and games, I Can Make That is brimming with simple, economical ideas that are great for both home and the classroom The materials are readily available and safe to use and all activities are terrific recycling ideas

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    1. I love crafts and craft books, so when my teachers assign their yearly how-to writing project, I am thrilled to have an extra chance to guide the kids to the "how to" section of the library (translation: science experiments, cooking, arts, crafts). Unfortunately, I have found that many so-called "children's" how-to books aren't very child friendly. Often these books are cluttered with non-helpful or poorly drawn illustrations, hard-to-follow instructions, and sometimes projects that just aren't [...]

    2. My nine-year-old brought this home from school, spent over an hour paging through it and marked at least 15-20 projects she would like to try. I went through the projects she marked and was very pleasantly surprised that they were nearly all easy, creative, and used found objects around the house or outdoors. Older kids like her could probably do all of these projects on her own, but even my younger kids could do most with my help. This is one we will have to buy for our home library. It's the b [...]

    3. I recommend this book for anyone who like handicrafts!In this book we just need material from around us. Anyone want to give me this book? ;)

    4. This is one of those rare kids' craft books where the crafts are very do-able, with household items and recyclables. Lots of great ideas for library programs!

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