How to Amaze Your Daughter: Crafts, Recipes and Other Creative Experiences to Teach Her to See Gold in the Ordinary (Paperback)
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How to Amaze Your Daughter: Crafts, Recipes and Other Creative Experiences to Teach Her to See Gold in the Ordinary (Paperback)

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Paperback 144 Pages / Published: 30/11/2015
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More than 50 projects and experiences that nourish creativity and play in a girl. How to Amaze Your Daughter can help parents experience life with open eyes. It has more than 50 truly creative and inspiring projects that will enthuse and enrich girls. There are crafts, science experiments, creative experiences, recipes and easy magic tricks. Each is cheap and easy. All the amazements use items found in the home. Here are some examples: * Things To Do Together: Ice Lolly Stick Dolls; Bubble Candle; Bits 'n' pieces Colour Portraits; Mini Origami Dresses; Lace Angel Wings; * Treasures: Miniature Vase Necklace; Forest Fairy House; Paint with Shaving Foam; Snow Globe with a Toy Inside; * Toys: Water Bottle Canoe; Easy-Fold Cardboard House; Tablecloth Teepee; Mermaid Costume with Detachable Tail; * Experiments and Magic: Milk that Paints; Jellyfish in a Bottle; Edible Cracked Eggs; Paper Flower That Magically Opens in Water; * Projects to Eat!: Spaghetti Nests; Bear in a Pancake; Origami Cake; Edible Butterflies; Rubber Egg; Carousel Cake. How To Amaze Your Daughter is a practical and inspiring resource for all parents, teachers and carers.

Publisher: Firefly Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781770856011
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 431 g
Dimensions: 228 x 190 x 13 mm


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Chockfull of inventive, whimsical, creative crafts and experiments... Some of the ideas are so charming I wanted to run right out and find a child to do them with. There's a nice mix of science and art and most of the ideas are simple enough for a young child to do with adult guidance.-- (08/03/2016)
Vidaling's playful books focus on exploring creativity with children through commonplace items, such as found natural objects, food, cardboard, and upcycled materials. Both volumes (Reviewed with How To Amaze Your Son) include a number of activities, crafts, and simple experiments perfect for a rainy afternoon or a parent-child playdate. Adults may remember some of these projects from grade school... The directions are simple enough for older children to follow on their own, and parents won't be frustrated with the projects or the results (but some may get a little messy). Though the two books are divided by gender, and each contains projects that are stereotypically geared toward boys or girls, most of the projects are gender-neutral or easy to adapt to suit any child's interests... Parent-child craft books are popular, and the projects in these books are appropriate for a wide range of age levels, from preschoolers to tweens. Parents and caregivers will enjoy exploring their children's creative side with these projects.-- (11/01/2015)

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