50 Spooky Things to Make and Do by
  

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50 Spooky Things to Make and Do by

This is a terrifyingly entertaining addition to the ever-popular Activity Cards series. It includes over 50 great ideas, including a bubbling wizard's brew, fingerprint spider pictures and a scary skeleton model, along with many more spine-tingling ideas for drawings and paintings, using different materials to keep cadaverous young hands busy. Every card is colourfully illustrated and contains clear, step-by-step instructions. The cards are durable and robust, ensuring repeated use.

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'You can always rely on Usborne to come up with ideas for entertaining children and their packs of Usborne Activity glossy wipe-clean cards...are a brilliant idea' - Newbury Weekly News'

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Format

Cards
50 pages
Interest Age: 5+

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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

28th August 2009

ISBN

9781409504870


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