The Big Book of Things to Make

The Big Book of Things to Make Kids are always looking for and dreaming up cool things they want to do An ideal antidote for boredom and the perfect spark for inspiring creativity The Big Book of Things to Make is a compendium of

  • Title: The Big Book of Things to Make
  • Author: James Mitchem
  • ISBN: 9781465402554
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kids are always looking for and dreaming up cool things they want to do An ideal antidote for boredom and the perfect spark for inspiring creativity, The Big Book of Things to Make is a compendium of cool projects, exciting games, and fun quizzes kids can do inside or out.With than two hundred fantastic activities, including building a castle, learning to juggle, andKids are always looking for and dreaming up cool things they want to do An ideal antidote for boredom and the perfect spark for inspiring creativity, The Big Book of Things to Make is a compendium of cool projects, exciting games, and fun quizzes kids can do inside or out.With than two hundred fantastic activities, including building a castle, learning to juggle, and sinking a pirate ship, this book will keep kids entertained, active, and engaged.

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    1. I love this book!So many creative projects to do, from snazzy paper airplanes, musical instruments, even thumbprint doodles, there is something fun for everyone.Parents are going to enjoy doing these crafty projects with their kids. It teaches them how to make things out of cheap, everyday objects, and also how to utilize it in the form of what they create. Highly educational and mounds of fun!Really, what more could a parent want?!

    2. More than one hundred projects that inspire creativity and learning with something for everyone whether you prefer making things, picking up new skills or testing your knowledge with brain-busting quizzes. Projects include how to juggle, build a bird house, create a secret book safe, sink a pirate ship, design a board game and more!Reviewer 16

    3. Many of these ideas will be familiar to anyone in the area of kids' programming or with access to Pinterest, but if you're new or looking for an extra STEM/STEAM idea, or a gift for a kid, this is a good one-stop volume. Of note:p. 24 - knight puppetp. 26 - jar xylophonep. 42 - soap monstersp. 58 - mini golf (adaptable to teens.)

    4. We used several of these ideas in our library craft programs for middle school age and grammar school age children who participated in Summer Reading. My favorite was the "soap monsters". *Be sure and test drive any craft at home before doing it with a group of children.

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