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Get little gardeners growing and learning with this beautifully illustrated book, packed with information and crafty stuff to do. Help them to discover that gardening can be simple and uncomplicated with very little equipment and prior knowledge needed. It often is as simple as having some seeds, a patch of soil or a container and having a go. As well as gaining a new hobby, there will be extra motivation to eat up the veggies after growing and picking them and the simple pleasure of spending time together outside. With sections based on the cycle of the seasons, the pages are packed with ideas of what to grow, how to sow seeds and useful harvesting information. Also included are tips about what wildlife you may see, raiding your recycling box to make some useful gardening accessories and other decorative craft activities.
Coloring is a wonderfully relaxing hobby-and with the Garden Flowers Coloring Book-colorists of all ages will delight in adding their own touch of color and whimsy to each of the butterfly illustrations found throughout. So gather together your favorite art supplies and prepare yourself for hours of fun as you color over 40 flower-filled pages. The back of each coloring page has been left blank, making them perfect for displaying after you've finished your creation. Coloring is a perfect way for people of all ages to express their own sense of creativity. It's also a wonderful bonding activity to share with children, when finished their artwork can be proudly displayed around the home. Start creating beautiful memories today with the Garden Flowers Coloring Book.
Join Little Fish and friends in this colourful, deep-sea delight with exciting textures to touch and feel on every page. Hello, I am Little Fish, swimming in the sea. I love playing with all my friends, come along with me! Explore exciting textures with Little Fish and his friends in this fun, interactive touch-and-feel book with a bouncy rhyming text. Babies and toddlers will love exploring the world of Little Fish in another deep-sea delight from Lucy Cousins, multi-award-winning creator of Hooray for Fish! With vibrant artwork and playful imaginative underwater creatures, little ones will be enthralled by Little Fish's bumpy, fluffy, rough, crinkly, shiny and squidgy friends!
This rock-painting kit includes everything kids need to create festive holiday crafts! 'Tis the season to be jolly--and creative-- with this Christmas-inspired rock-painting kit. Inside, kids will find 6 rocks (3 white rocks, and 3 gray), 6 paint pots, 2 paintbrushes, and a 32-page, full-color, easy-to-follow instruction guide on how to paint super-cute snowmen, Santas, snow globes, and more on the included rocks. Painted rocks make fabulous gifts and wonderful holiday decorations, so get in the holiday spirit and start creating!
An absorbing, fast-paced and comprehensive guide to surviving in the wild, with a particular focus on the animals you might encounter - and want to avoid! - while you're there. Whether you're lost in the mountains, stranded in the desert, or adrift at sea, if you've read this book, you might just have a fighting chance at staying alive. Vivid photos, maps and other colourful graphics provide plenty to inspire armchair explorers. Chapters cover survival at sea, on a Pacific island, in the Outback, the Sahara Desert, the Amazon Rainforest, Polar wilderness and the Rocky Mountains. Readers are provided with information on what to do first, the key rules for survival, the animals in each habitat and how to signal for help. Feature pages highlight real-life survivors who escaped these harsh environments to inspire young explorers.
Sticky Fingers is a sensory play recipe book. It has recipes for all sorts of wonderfully stimulating things that can easily be prepared at home, for children to play with.
This book has whole sections dedicated to different kinds of slime and play dough. Unless otherwise stated, all of the recipes are taste safe. This makes them perfect for toddlers as well as older kids.
With its hardcover binding, and glossy, colorful pictures, “sticky fingers” is a visual feast. It is as much of a craft bible as it is a coffee table book. It should be a staple in any classroom or kitchen.
Trick or treat? "Celebrate Halloween" is definitely a treat! This book continues National Geographic's spectacular "Holidays Around the World" series by looking at Halloween customs and festivities all over the world. Using fairly brief text and approximately 25 vibrant photographs, the book gives a flavor for the holiday from a global perspective. A note from an expert consultant aimed at parents and teachers, helps put Halloween - which goes back thousands of years - in a greater cultural and historic context. "Celebrate Halloween" shows a wide range of traditions of this exciting holiday, including visiting pumpkin patches and carving jack-o'-lanterns, dressing up in costumes, trick-or-treating from house to house, telling spooky stories, playing pranks, going to costume parties, and playing games such as snap apple or bobbing for apples. Kids will learn that Halloween derives from an ancient Celtic holiday known as Samhain, which took place around October 31. In the 7th century AD, the Pope named November 1 All Saints, or All Hallows, Day. The evening before was called 'All Hallows Even', which was later shortened to 'Halloween'. Although the Pope wanted Halloween to be a holy night, the old Celtic traditions remained, such as putting out food and drink for the wandering spirits believed to be out that night. In time, children and adults started dressing up like witches and skeletons and other supernatural creatures and performing tricks so that they could get the food and drinks - trick or treat! Halloween bonfires in Ireland - believed to be the birthplace of Halloween - Halloween parades in Japan, a costume-wearing pooch in the U.S., and a pumpkin patch in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower in Paris are all rich observances of this beloved holiday. A special sidebar in the back matter introduces readers to The Day of the Dead, which is celebrated the day after Halloween in Mexico.
Step away from your tablet and take a screen break! With 365 projects, crafts, games, and experiments, there's off-screen fun for every single day of the year. With straightforward step-by-step instructions and colorful illustrations, these entertaining, budget-friendly projects will keep kids learning all day long. MAKE slime, marble paint, pinatas, and papier-mache GROW strawberries, bottle gardens, and herb pots BAKE cake pops, twist pizzas, and muffins in a mug EXPERIMENT with vinegar rockets, lava lamps, and parachutes INVENT secret messages, spooky stories, and board games PLAY jump rope, balloon volley, ball games, and eye-spy RECYCLE trash into treasure and T-shirts into bags PERFORM magic tricks, shadow plays, and puppet shows
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