It seems like every day lately has either been oppressively hot or super rainy. Thanks to Papercrafts for Children by Vivenne Bolton, we had a solution for that the other day. The girls looked through this book and chose some fun crafts to create.
The book reviewed in this post was provided by Fox Chapel Publishing. All opinions are my own.
Weekend Projects: Papercrafts for Children is full of great crafts for children of various ages and interests. It includes a variety of craft styles, not just paper. All the crafts have complete supply lists, clear directions, and plenty of pictures.
Once the girls chose their crafts we made a list of all the supplies they would need and headed out to the craft store. Everything on the list was easy to find in any craft store. When we got home we collected all our tools and supplies and the girls got to creating.
The girls were able to complete their crafts without needing any help from me. They were able to read and follow the directions on their own. I love it when the instructions are written in such a way that the children can read and follow them. I would recommend this book as a great way to get your kids crafting on their own!
You can find Weekend Projects: Papercrafts for Children on Amazon HERE.
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