CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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All in all, this book kept her occupied for several hours over the weekend. I expect that she's still having fun with it -- we bought her a stack of pipe cleaners from the local craft store.
I HIGHLY recommend this book -- it's not messy or noisy, kids like it, they can follow the book or use their imaginations, they can do the projects independently or in a small playgroup, and buying more pipe cleaners is very inexpensive -- a few dollars gets you several packets. I bet it would be a great activity for kids taking long car trips, or for rainy-day fun.
My _ONLY_ critique of this book is that they should give enough pipe cleaners for TWO of each project, instead of for just one. That way, if a child wants to play with another person, each one can make the same item. The cost of doing so should be quite small, as the the pipe cleaners are really cheap, but even if it raised the book cost by another dollar or two, it would be worth it!
Also, it very clearly lays out with self-explanatory pictures and a few words how you can create different kinds of shapes and how those, in turn, can be joined to create a variety of animals, flowers, etc. It's exactly what any person could use to unleash their creativity with pipe cleaners.
Also, it's a sturdy book that a very young child could easily physically handle.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked this book. Lots of ideas for projects to create that were easy to do. My 6 yr old grandson was a little young for these projects though.Published 21 days ago by Margaret Hollandsworth
Great! 5 year olds loved it. Lions, lady bugs and worms were only starters. Will keep us busy this summer.Published 20 months ago by Ruth Dorsey
I bought this book for my Sunday school class. We needed some quiet activities for those who like to fidget. Works great - very constructive too and easy to follow directions. Read morePublished 21 months ago by P. Darrough
He is very big into arts and crafts and DIY projects, and he had been eyeing a similar book in store. Read morePublished on January 7, 2013 by amymcg
With this book and a large box of pipe cleaners my daughter and her cousins had hours of creative fun. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Ann
This is a really good craft book to use with young children. My grandchildren and I spend hours making pipe cleaner animals and people. Great fun at an affordable price!Published on June 15, 2011 by Debra Groves
My 9 yr old loves this. She's made some cute critters!
Wish it came with more pipe cleaners.
I bought this for my 9 year old Granddaughter as a Christmas gift so I don't yet know how she will like it. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by C. A. Kennedy
I purchased this product for my 9 year old daughter. She has truly enjoyed it. This was a great purchase. The price was reasonable for the product.Published on August 13, 2009 by Mary Jane Callard