101 Things for Kids to Do on a Rainy Day by Dawn Isaac
  

Synopsis

101 Things for Kids to Do on a Rainy Day by Dawn Isaac

From the author of 101 Things for Kids to do Outside, which has fast become a go-to book for children and parents alike, comes this excellent new volume full of creative (and occasionally crazy) ideas for things to do when the weather is bad and you're stuck inside - without having to go any where near a TV or computer screen! Why not grow a windowsill herb garden, make your own jigsaw, or learn to play the glasses? Get crafty with decoupage and salt dough, or play detective by dusting for fingerprints. Exciting makes include terrariums and kaleidoscopes, whilst wacky games cover everything from Balloon Stomp to Sticky Note Scramble. All 101 ideas are designed to be achievable with little or no parental help, and only use materials that you already have around the house. With a wealth of creative and fun suggestions to keep you amused, you might not even notice that the rain has stopped.

About the Author

Dawn Isaac

Dawn Isaac is an award-winning garden designer and the mother of three young children. She spends much of her time coming up with creative activities to keep them busy – all of which are screen-free. Her popular blog is the featured blog on the RHS family website. Dawn writes on garden design for the Guardian, The Telegraph, Good Housekeeping and The Garden, and runs Family Garden Design courses in association with Mumsnet Academy. She is the author of the bestselling 101 Things for Kids to do Outside and 101 Things for Kids to do on a Rainy Day, which together have over 100,000 copies in print.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Dawn Isaac
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Author's Website

www.dawn-isaac.com/

Publisher

Kyle Books

Publication date

15th October 2015

ISBN

9780857833075


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