Easy-to-Make Old-Fashioned Toys
Clear instructions and illustrations show youngsters and adults how to create 38 delightful novelties: jumping jack, kaleidoscope, boomerang, pinwheel, parachute, bubble blowers, and much more. Each toy can be made with inexpensive materials found around the home, from cardboard and tape to string, scissors, and pins.
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Available in U.S. blowing bubbles Boomerang bottom Bullroarer Buzz Saw cardboard tubes CATALOG OF DOVER Changeable Portraits Children's Toys Chromatrope Toys clear plastic cloth tape colored Copy the pattern Cup and Ball designs DOVER BOOKS Drawing based E. P. Dutton EASY-TO-MAKE felt-tip pens 14 Gaston Tissandier glue Helicopter-Parachute HISTORICAL ILLUSTRATIONS SOURCES hole inches long invented Jacob's Ladder Kaleidoscope Kite-Ferry Leonardo Leslie Daiken lightweight cardboard Magic Lantern Marble Maze mirrors Moving Slides Nicholas Magazine nineteenth century Nouvelle Experiences Pandean Pipes Paper-Wrestlers Peepshow Peepshow box pencil 13 Periscope Phantascope photographs piece of lightweight piece of paper piece of white Pinwheel popular toy Revolving Serpent Science Amusante Scientific American scissors shown Skyhook soap bubble soda straw string strips Teach New York Thaumatrope thread Three-Way Picture Tit pseud TOOLS AND SUPPLIES Toy Parachute Tumbler Tumbling Acrobat Twynihoe William Erie U.S. Patent windmill wire X-Acto knife Zoetrope