Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Recycled Craft Projects For Kids by Marion Elliot (Great Summer Fun)

Recycled Craft Projects For Kids: 50 Things to make from junk, shown step by step in over 400 photographs

by Marion Elliot

Now that Summer is fast approaching and children will be out of school soon and it's time to clear out the junk from our houses, let's think of some great inexpensive or free activities that are engaging, fun, educational, and save our environment...

The new book "Recycled Craft Projects For Kids: 50 Things to make from junk, shown step by step in over 400 photographs" is a great source for activities for children.

This book is an excellent source for creating many fun, easy-to-follow crafts that children young and old can create using recycled materials

The book contains the following:
  • Introduction
  • Recycling
  • Materials and Equipment
  • Techniques
  • Quick and Easy Ideas
  • Templates
  • Toys and Puppets
  • Wild West Ranch
  • Cowboys
  • Space Station
  • Games, Instruments, and Objects
  • Adornments and Decorations
  • Index

Can you imagine creating cowboys "ready to ride on their dappled horses?" They are made from old-fashioned wooden pegs and other items.... They are in here...


How about a Paper-plate Cat Mask  or an Indoor Snowstorm or a Radical Robot or Paper-bag Animal Mask or Space Cat or Television Set or Fruit Machine or Tambourine or Drum or Nail Chimes or Groovy Guitar or Cardboard Frame or Papier-Mache Bowl or Rolled-Paper Beads or Nature Box.

You will find the directions for all of these activities and more in this easy-to-read and follow book!
the books is divided into great categories so that if you are interested in creating a Groovy Guitar, you can refer to the "Games, Instruments and Objects" section. If you are interested in the creating all manner of Christmas decorations, you can search the "Adornments and Decorations" section.

The pictures and directions are short, simple, crisp, clear, and easy to follow. You can locate some of the materials for your projects that are earmarked for your local recycle bin.
Until the next time........................
Happy reading..........................................
A children's book a day, keeps the scary monster away!


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