Make and Use: Creative Cards by Rita Storey
  

Make and Use: Creative Cards

Written by Rita Storey
Illustrated by
Part of the Make and Use Series

Synopsis

Make and Use: Creative Cards by Rita Storey

A fun guide to making cards for children for variety of special occasions. Featuring a wide range of exciting step-by-step projects including a pop-up birthday card and a Father's Day origami card and a Christmas card that glows! This fun guide teaches children a number of different techniques from simple sticking and pasting to more difficult techniques such as papier-mache and sewing. Supports the design and technology curriculum for KS2. The cultural significance, science and history behind each project is explained, making the series an excellent cross-curricular resource.

About the Author

Rita Storey started in children's books as a graphic designer but now works in various different roles, including author. She has a wealth of experience in children's non-fiction. As well as designing books, Rita has written titles on dancing, sport, and other non-fiction subjects. She lives and works in Devon.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Rita Storey
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Publisher

Wayland (Publishers) Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

9th July 2015

ISBN

9780750294355


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