I Can Make Things for Christmas by Christina Goodings
  

Synopsis

I Can Make Things for Christmas by Christina Goodings

This attractive and useful craft activity book gives clear pictorial instructions on how to make simple but effective things to help celebrate the season, using paper paint and glue, food ingredients etc. These are all placed within the context of the true meaning of Christmas. Here are some of things children can make: A stand-up nativity scene, angel wings, cards and gift wrap, tree decorations, origami, paper chains, lanterns, a Christingle, shoes for St Nicholas' Day and goodies to give. Teachers and Sunday school teachers can use the book to make templates easily for group activities.

About the Author

Christina Goodings knows how to keep young children interested and occupied. She draws on her experiences as a primary school teacher, a Sunday school teacher and a storyteller in her writing of books for children. These include The Whizzy Bizzy Christmas Fun Book, Growing Green and My Little Bible Board Book.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 5 To 7

Author

Christina Goodings
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Publisher

Lion Children's Books an imprint of Lion Hudson Plc

Publication date

23rd September 2005

ISBN

9780745949604


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