Kid Style Nature Crafts: 50 Terrific Things to Make with Nature's Materials

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Sterling Pub., Apr 1, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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Enjoy great fun all year-round with these amazing projects, all inspired by the teeming miracles found in nature, ready for you to discover. In springtime, make your own hatchery and watch butterflies and moths emerge. When summer comes, keep cool with a daylily-leaf hat you weave by hand and color with natural dyes. Make music with gourd instruments-- a drum or a shakeree rattle. For winter, bring nature indoors with a magic terrarium. Every project comes with full-color photos, kid-friendly instructions, and fascinating sidebars to tell you things like what makes chili peppers hot, how wasps make paper, how ancient peoples made dozens of things and more. ."..well-written book would be an excellent source book for students or a great resource for teachers and other youth leaders."-- "Science and Children

. 144 pages (all in color), 8 1/2 x 10.

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Contents

Introduction
8
Rustic Wren House
16
Sidebars
22
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Diehn is professor of art at Warren Wilson College in western North Carolina.

Krautwurst is a freelance garden and nature writer from North Carolina.

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