I Can Make Things for Easter by Jocelyn Miller
  

I Can Make Things for Easter

Written by Jocelyn Miller
Part of the I Can Make Series

5+ readers   
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Fun and fantastic things that children can make at home and at school, alone and with a little bit of help from mum, dad or older sibling, to celebrate Easter whilst at the same time contained within the context of this religious festival. Activities include an Easter Garden, greetings cards with the option of a religious theme, cheerful vases-and-posies for the Easter Sunday table, alongside things to do with eggs, bunnies and chocolate.

Synopsis

I Can Make Things for Easter by Jocelyn Miller

This attractive and useful craft activity book gives clear pictorial instructions on how to make simple but effective things to help celebrate the Easter season, using all sorts of materials including paper, paint, glue, and food ingredients. Teachers and Sunday school teachers can use the book to make templates easily for group activities.

About the Author

Jocelyn Miller

Jocelyn Miller has been enthusiastic about 'make-and-do' crafts since she was little and and as a teenage babysitter was very keen to devise fun projects for her charges. She has also worked with children at summer holiday schools. Through this experience she has grown very aware of the need for crafts to be simple enough for everyone to get a result and open-ended enough to allow for exuberant creativity.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5

Author

Jocelyn Miller
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Publisher

Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

21st January 2011

ISBN

9780745962443

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