Let's Make Some Great Placemat Art by Marion Deuchars


Let's Make Some Great Placemat Art by Marion Deuchars

Based on the bestselling Let's Make Some Great Art , Marion Deuchars has devised some fun and educational art activities to keep kids, young and old, occupied at mealtimes. Featuring 36 generously sized mats printed on art activity paper, and 9 different designs, including 3 all-new illustrations. Make up your own pasta shapes. Draw your favourite meal. Draw Mona Lisa's smile. Draw a meal for an alien. Let's Make Some Great Placemat Art.


[Let's Make Some Great Placemat Art] is far more interesting than the usual connect-the-dots activity sheets that restaurants give to the chicken nugget set, and would make a great gift. - Florence Fabricant, The New York Times

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72 pages


Marion Deuchars
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Publication date

3rd September 2012



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