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Look What You Can Make With Paper Plates: Creative crafts from everyday objects Paperback – April 1, 2013
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The illustrations in the book are easy to follow and kids can make up their own designs using some of the ideas in the book.
They will both pick out something they want to make. Unfortunately, they both never choose the same thing. The book is so well written that it is easy, even for my 11 year old, to follow the directions.
The book contains patterns for many different types of projects: animals, centerpieces, games, decorations, toys and more. The ideas are clever and fun to make. The items are all inexpensive to make using materials such as paper plates, egg cartons, chenille sticks, straws, poster board with crayons, paints, glue and tape to help decorate. If you don't happen to have the material on hand that is called for, it is easy to substitute something else.
This is a fun book full of activities that will keep your children busy and creative for hours.
After you start making some of the crafts included in this book, you'll begin looking at paper plates in a whole new way. And the kids will soon be coming up with their own ideas.
Actually, I've come to count on the whole series of "Look What You Can Make From...." I've got three of these books on my crafting bookshelf right now! (Paper Tubes and Paper Bags) They all represent fun things to do with stuff that you have laying around the house.
Definitely a must for teachers, parents, daycare provides and Kids (of course)!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It came on time and was as advertised. It is a great resource for inexpensive crafts.Published 4 months ago by Donna Link
Ok book. Good for ideas though some of the projects are a little silly.Published 13 months ago by LT
Bent cover but generally what I expected. Good condition and speedy deliveryPublished 19 months ago by Karen Perkins
Needs to have patterns to photocopy. Otherwise it is not much help for class.Published 20 months ago by Linda Durham
WE have used the idea for the butterfliesand the flowers already.So simple and the cost was only the paper plates.It is so much fun when we have craft now.The children can wait!Published on May 3, 2014 by Nana Dushi
You will have to do a lot of painting if you don't use colored plates. Good ideas, most of them very basic.Published on January 23, 2014 by Cassandra