Around-the-world Art & Activities

Around-the-world Art & Activities

Visiting the 7 Continents Through Craft Fun

Book - 2001
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Baker & Taylor
Explores the cultures and customs of many different lands by offering projects that familiarize the sights and peoples of the world.

Worthy Pub
This book is suitable for ages 4 to 8 years. Grab your homemade cereal-box suitcase, and plant a stamp on your newly made passport, for were about to leave on a whirlwind tour of the seven continents. And what fun it is sure to be. Kids will be kids - rejoicing in their newfound friendship and familiarity with peoples around the world, delighted by both the similarities and differences in their cultures and customs. Make a Masai necklace, craft a Greek vase, create your own Guatemalan-styled worry doll, and break some Maori bread from New Zealand! Broaden kids view of their world and see the sights. Make you own standing Eiffel Tower, construct a salt-box windmill from Holland, build a wonderful Egyptian pyramid, and craft a clever London-styled Big Ben clock. Make the Nile overflow, construct an erupting volcano, grow a pineapple plant, and create an Australian koala bear and a tissue-paper penguin (that really stands up! ) From Antarctica. Explore the seven continents of the world and their distinctive lands, waterways, animals, plants, and natural treasures on a getting-to-know-you tour - with kids in the cockpit. Whew! Whos the tour guide that can keep up with these 3 to 7 year olds? None other than award winning Williamson author Judy Press, who has an inimitable talent for keeping kids learning and laughing - and loving it.

This book is suitable for ages 4 to 8 years. Grab your homemade cereal-box suitcase, and plant a stamp on your newly made passport, for we`re about to leave on a whirlwind tour of the seven continents. And what fun it is sure to be. Kids will be kids - rejoicing in their newfound friendship and familiarity with peoples around the world, delighted by both the similarities and differences in their cultures and customs. Make a Masai necklace, craft a Greek vase, create your own Guatemalan-styled `worry` doll, and break some Maori bread from New Zealand! Broaden kids` view of their world and see the sights. Make you own standing Eiffel Tower, construct a salt-box windmill from Holland, build a wonderful Egyptian pyramid, and craft a clever London-styled `Big Ben` clock. Make the Nile overflow, construct an erupting volcano, grow a pineapple plant, and create an Australian koala bear and a tissue-paper penguin (that really stands up! ) From Antarctica. Explore the seven continents of the world and their distinctive lands, waterways, animals, plants, and natural treasures on a getting-to-know-you tour - with kids in the cockpit. Whew! Who`s the tour guide that can keep up with these 3 to 7 year olds? None other than award winning Williamson author Judy Press, who has an inimitable talent for keeping kids learning and laughing - and loving it.


Baker
& Taylor

A craft book explores the cultures and customs of many different lands while inviting readers to craft projects to familiarize themselves with the sights and people of the world. Original.

Publisher: Charlotte, Vt. : Williamson Pub., c2001
ISBN: 9781885593450
1885593457
Branch Call Number: 372.5044 P9265a 2001 CHILD
Characteristics: 128 p. : ill. ; 21 x 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Day, Betsy - Illustrator

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