Wallace, Mary, 1950- I can make nature crafts. Personal Name: Wallace, Mary, 1950- I can make toys. Personal Name: Wallace, Mary, 1950- I can make games. Rubrics: Handicraft Juvenile literature. by compiled by Tony Castle. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book I can make that! : fantastic crafts for kids, Mary Wallace.
Fantastic Crafts for Kids as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Shelves: crafty, nonfiction, gift-books, young-artists. This is one of those rare kids' craft books where the crafts are very do-able, with household items and recyclables. Lots of great ideas for library programs!
The maker movement is provoking interest in hands-on creativity. there is something here for everyone. There are also a lot of other fun things kids can make, a wide variety, easy but with great results.
The photos are particularly helpful considering there are no measurements given for crafts, such as the costumes and some of the paper crafts, which might otherwise benefit from them. There are tracing patterns at the back of the book for six different crafts. The written instructions that accompany the various crafts are numbered, and the writing is simple enough for children to read and follow. One of the most helpful features of this book is the alphabetized materials index at the back.
The book is divided into Costumes, Puppets, Nature Crafts, Toys and Games. There is a simple "Getting Started" section that has a list of ideas for decoration - paint, markers, tape, etc. At the end there are several pages of patterns and an index for materials. The projects are very simple with bright colors, helpful lists of supplies, reminders about safety and asking first, and clear directions. What sets this apart from other craft books is that everything is geared towards kids being able to do the projects themselves with minimal to no help and the organization of the book
Award-winning author Mary Wallace is back with I Can Make That!, the ultimate anti-boredom collection for crafty kids. Turn everyday materials into amazing art projects - garbage bags become delicate flowers, cornhusks become rustic dolls, old egg cartons become treasure trunks. I Can Make That! features materials lists, step-by-step colour photographs and a picture of the finished project to guide and inspire. into one book from this Parents' Choice Award-winning series
I Can make that! : FANTASTIC CRAFTS FOR KIDS Toronto : Maple Tree, 2002. IL K-3, RL . ISBN 1897066333. And the eensy weensy people. This is surely one book that I will be using again and again. And I bet you will find lots of great crafts to make too! SUBJECTS: Handicraft.
Mary Wallace is a published author, illustrator, and a photographer of children's books and young adult books.
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