Show Me How: I Can Do Crafts Creative Things for Young Children to Make, Shown Step by Step by Sally Walton
  

Synopsis

Show Me How: I Can Do Crafts Creative Things for Young Children to Make, Shown Step by Step by Sally Walton

This book features creative things for young children to make, shown step by step. 16 entertaining projects to encourage crafty kids!. It covers ideas that include a cork rattlesnake, shell butterfly mobiles, a mop scarecrow, and a cardboard box doll's house. It introduces and explains all the craft terms, techniques, materials, tools and equipment needed. It features over 200 photographs, including all the different stages and beautiful finished pictures to inspire and delight. It is an ideal starter book for ages 3 to 7 years, for older readers to use with minimum supervision, and for younger children to enjoy with adult help. It includes the easy and exciting activities that are the perfect way for children to build their self-confidence - even as they are building something fun to make. Making things yourself is both enjoyable and really rewarding. It takes time and you have to concentrate to understand how things are put together, but all the hard work is worth it. Once you have painted a flowerpot or made your own papier-mache maracas, the finished product has some of your own special magic in it! You will feel so proud, and everyone will want to admire your work.Crafty things to create include a model canal boat made using recycled materials, a lively dinosaur sock puppet and a fantastic magnetic fishing game.

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Format

Hardback
48 pages

Author

Sally Walton
More books by Sally Walton

Publisher

Armadillo Books an imprint of Anness Publishing

Publication date

9th December 2014

ISBN

9781861473653


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