365 Things to Make and Do by Fiona Watt
  

Synopsis

365 Things to Make and Do by Fiona Watt

This is a bumper activity book containing something to do on every day of the year. It contains all-new activities including a flag chain, fabric collages, leaf printing, spoon-people, door signs, gift tags, dangly cowboys and many more things to make, draw and paint. All activities are explained by step-by-step instructions and colourful illustrations.

Reviews

'It is lovely to see the joy brought to children by making things as simple as doodle birds, paper snowflakes, paper chains and quilled cards. So effective yet oh, so simple! My particular favourite was making animals out of leaf prints whereby you develop your animal from the print made by one leaf: long leaves become giraffes'

About the Author

Fiona Watt

Fiona Watt graduated from Exeter University with a B.Ed. (Hons.), specialising in Psychology and Art and Design. After university she worked as a researcher and writer for a company which published educational material for places where children went on school visits (zoos, museums, stately homes etc). She then taught seven, eight and nine year olds for five years; three years at a state school in Sevenoaks in Kent, and two years at The British School in the Netherlands in The Hague.

Fiona lists her proudest achievement as being shortlisted for the Children's book of the year in the Galaxy awards in 2008.

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Book Info

Format

Spiral bound
128 pages
Interest Age: 5+

Author

Fiona Watt
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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

31st October 2007

ISBN

9780746087923


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