3 edition of Crafts from your favorite children"s stories found in the catalog.
These 20 delightful crafts based on 20 popular stories include a Babar the Elephant Treasure Keeper, a Little Red Hen Recipe Holder, a Racing Tortoise and Hare, a Raggedy Ann Pin, and a Hide Peter in the Watering Can Puppet. Each craft includes a materials list of household items, and fully illustrated step-by-step instructions.
Elain Garvin, Ill.
|Statement||by Kathy Ross ; illustrated by Elaine Garvin|
|Contributions||Garvin, Elaine, ill|
|LC Classifications||TT160 .R713 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|ISBN 10||0761317724, 076131492X|
|ISBN 10||9780761317722, 9780761314929|
|LC Control Number||00045087|
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There are certain books that are just kids favorites. They want to read them over and over or they are perfect for teacher specific things. We've taken some of our favorite books and made crafts to go with them so if your kids are really into one of these books or characters, or if you have a lesson plan including one of these books, then these crafts will be the perfect compliment and your.
As a supplement to storytelling or for hands-on crafts activities, this book is a good companion to Ross's Crafts from Your Favorite Fairy Tales (Millbrook, ), which uses the same format but different stories.
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