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The perfect children's cookbook for creative kids everywhere, this bumper collection of more than 100 recipes is guaranteed to help young cooks on their way to becoming a master chef. Whether it's baking, poaching, slicing, or roasting the Complete Children's Cookbook will inspire children and help them get the most out of their cooking. From fruit smoothies and chicken wraps to cupcakes and milkshakes, this recipe book will encourage kids to whip up all sorts of delicious snacks, main courses, breads, cakes, and vegetarian recipes. The easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions make sure dishes turn out exactly as they should, and top tips and advice on preparation and cooking will help budding chefs become creative cooks! With so many recipes to make there's something to tickle everyone's palate!
Bored with board games? Sick of charades? Had it with hide-and-sick? It's time to learn some real kidskillz! Step-by-step instructions teach you the essentials: How to booby-trap a room, how to pop a wheelie, how to win at thumb wrestling, how to spin a basketball on one finger... and much more! If you've got to be a kid, then you've got to have this book!
Hierdie boek is propvol handwerk, resepte, speletjies en aktiwiteite vir meisies wat kreatief wil raak en nuwe dinge wil probeer - van hoe om smaaklike vrugte en groente te kweek tot hoe om jou meubels te verfraai. Binne-in is daar baie dinge om te doen, of jy alleen of saam met jou vriendinne is. Binne of buite, reen of sonskyn, daar's pret vir alle geleenthede. Of jy 'n piekniek beplan, jou slaapkamer se voorkoms verander, of lekkernye vir 'n middernagfees bak, dit is presies die boek vir jou!
A how-to guide to making your own collages, brimful of fascinating
hints and tips from a master of the genre.
Kids Learn to Stitch is the latest title in the very successful Kids Learn to...series developed by author and illustrator team Lucinda Guy and Francois Hall. Kids Learn to Stitch follows the same course-based theme and style as the previous two books, providing six cute little projects to practise after each new group of hand stitches has been mastered. Created from felt and stitched with wool, the colourful little animal and bird projects will encourage both children and adults to pick up a needle and learn to hand stitch. Very soon they will be able to create a range of hand stitches, from simple straight ones to more advanced loop stitches, and combine them in lots of exciting new ways.
This title is in the same series as 'Gardening for Beginners', but it's exclusively about growing edible plants, from fruit and vegetables to mustard and cress, sprouting beans and edible flowers. As with the previous book, everything is grown in containers and many of the projects can be grown on a windowsill or small balcony, so you don't need a garden.
This book explains how almost everything we eat grows from just a small seed - from how a seed sprouts and how fruits grow from flowers by pollination, to how different plants produce vegetables, fruits, leaves, roots and grains. Tropical fruits, cocoa beans and Asian vegetables are covered, as well as rice, wheat, corn, potatoes and more. Illustrations:Full colour throughout
This title includes fantastic ideas for making things, growing plants and flowers and attracting wildlife, with 60 practical projects and 175 photographs. It offers over 60 fun, child-friendly projects for gardening, with ideas for cultivating flowers, growing fruit and vegetables, making crafty projects and attracting insects, birds and animals. It contains an introduction with all the gardening basics includes advice on safety, equipment, understanding plants and a guide to commonly used gardening terms. It helps you grow a hyacinth in a glass, have tomatoes tumbling down the wall, spell your name in flowers, shape a den out of bamboo and make a mini-beast shelter. Every project features an at-a-glance 'you will need' list, growing times and a star rating guide to show you how easy or hard it is. Each idea has simple step-by-step instructions and there are over 175 fantastic colour photographs showing you what to do. A list of popular plants shows how to grow and use the plants in the book and many others, including where they like to live and how they like to be treated. Growing plants and making things for the garden is endless fun. This book is bursting with planting and gardening ideas to suit children from the ages of 5 to 12. It offers an introduction that arms the reader with all they need to know about plants, soil and tools. Then, over 60 step-by-step projects have ideas for doing things indoors, growing fruit, vegetables and flowers, making crafty bits and pieces for the garden and encouraging wildlife to visit. Whatever the weather, here are masses of ways to keep you occupied in and out of the garden, with fun activities for all children, from tiddlers to safari explorers.
A colourful textbook to support delivery of the revised Key Stage 3 Programme of Study for Food and the new Entitlement to Cook from September 2008. Written by the well respected author Jenny Ridgwell, The Food Book presents up to date coverage of all the basic information KS3 pupils need to know about food and nutrition. Topical and lively, this book is well presented and focuses on what is interesting and important about food. Providing engaging coverage of contemporary food issues using news items and websites as references, this book will be a valuable resource for specialist and non-specialist KS3 food teachers to help raise pupils' interest in, and enjoyment of, good food.
Klutz creates award-winning, premium activity kits for kids. Ready, aim, blast! Everything you need to make an air-powered cannon. Construct a moveable, air-powered cannon and fire away at the included targets. Teaches children about the physics of projectiles, the mechanics of pneumatics and how they work in everyday machines - like bicycle pumps!
This collection of how-to projects will take a crafty kid's imagination to the next level. Building on a base interest of sewing this book will show kids the basics--and beyond!
Bring stories to life with next chapter crafts! Tales will literally jump off the page when you create, craft, and re-purpose projects perfect for any maker space.
Create and decorate your own mini cakes, cookies, and pies with easy-peasy, no BAKE, air-dry clay. This kit includes all of the "ingredients" and instructions for rolling out clay just like fondant. Make faux flowers, stack on the sprinkles, add expressive faces and more! Display your clay creations on a mini cake stand or in a bakery box to highlight your baking talents! It's a bake shop of cute clay confectionary.
Children can discover all about the basics of embroidery with Klutz-clear instructions in Tiny Stitches. This book gives children the opportunity to perform modern, quick projects creating adorable designs based on a traditional craft. Children can turn their finished sewn art into necklace pendants or simply showcase them with custom mini-display hoops.
This book will show you how to grow flowers and all kinds of plants in your garden. Planting My Garden is a book-banded reading book for developing readers, carefully levelled at Red Book Band for guided reading. Illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs, this 325-word non-fiction title is suitable for struggling teen and adult readers. Planting My Garden features a short, highly-structured text with limited vocabulary, slightly longer, predictable texts, short and clear sentences, and simple story development. It has clear text, appropriate fonts and obvious spacing. Planting My Garden is part of Ransom's Neutron Stars, a structured reading programme for teens and adults learning the basics of reading. The series offers progression through ten levels of reading, four phonics and six coloured book bands. More information on the structure of the scheme can be found here.
Make adorable animals to impress your friends and family in My Egg-Carton Animals. Transform egg cartoons into amazing animal creations - with detailed instructions provided, creating mini masterpieces has never been so easy. The kits comes with a mini half-dozen egg cartons and all the materials you need to make some super-cute creatures. Will you make a bunny, a chick, a frog or all of them?
This collection of how-to projects will take a crafty kid's imagination to the next level. Building on a base interest of knitting, this book will show kids the basics--and beyond!
This collection of how-to projects will take a crafty kid's imagination to the next level. Building on a base interest of crocheting, this book will show kids the basics--and beyond!
“Amber’s beautiful book is bursting with great ideas that make healthy eating a joy-and she’s done a great job covering all the bases that, in my experience, teens and kids really want.” -Jamie Oliver
Fifteen-year-old Amber Kelley is inspiring a whole new generation of eaters to get in the kitchen and have fun. She is the first winner of Food Network Star Kids, a member of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube family, and the host of her own web series on Foodnetwork.com and YouTube. Her work has been recognized by First Lady Michelle Obama, and Amber has been featured on national TV networks such as the Disney Channel, E!, and NBC’s Today.
Now, Amber’s 80 most popular and delicious recipes have been hand-picked for her cookbook to empower teens to get in the kitchen. From nourishing breakfasts to start the day right, to school lunches to impress your friends, party ideas for every occasion, and even recipes for the best homemade facial scrubs to fight that dreaded teen acne, Amber shares her secrets for using the power of food to get the best out of her teen years. Includes 45 full-color photographs throughout.
What's cooking? Find out in this cool cookbook - written by a teenager, for teenagers Sam Stern shares dozens of his favourite recipes for all occasions. There are pancakes for breakfast and easy lunches like soup or salad to pack up for school. Quick meals like spaghetti or omelettes are best for busy school nights; for weekends there are serious dinners like homemade lasagne or whole roasted chicken. And don't forget fancy, mouth-watering desserts; addictive but healthy snacks; and even special menus and suggestions to help keep your brain boosted during dreaded exam time. Especially geared toward teen readers, Cooking Up a Storm is bursting with over 120 healthy, tasty and simple recipes and food ideas and features a lively commentary from Sam, along with colourful photos of food preparation and the ultimate chef's reward: feasting with friends.
Get ready to build your very own fairground! From a carousel to the big wheels and roller coasters, the step-by-step projects will give you all the instructions you need to make every element a model fairground needs. Every project has been designed to work using things you can find lying around at home, like disposable containers and packaging, and basic art and craft equipment. In the series Maker Models, each book focuses on a building and will go through creating various parts of the structure while learning about principles of design and engineering but also craft techniques - unleashing your creativity! For children aged 9+, this photographic series will be great for rainy days and science days and a good inspiration for DT classes and clubs.
How does a field of corn become a delicious bowl of popcorn? The story behind the fluffy snack the entire country loves is revealed in this photographic nonfiction picture book. Kids love food--and they especially love to eat popcorn! Author Cris Peterson offers an illuminating step-by-step examination of the history and science behind America's favorite snack. With photographs illustrating every stage, readers get a behind-the-scenes view of how popcorn is planted, grown, harvested, processed, tested, and finally shipped to stores and movie theaters all over the world. Back matter delves into the history of popcorn and how it became so popular in the United States.
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