I Can Grow Things: How-To-Grow Activity Projects for the Very Young

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Smithmark Pub, Feb 1, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 48 pages
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Self-reliance is an essential part of growing up. The interesting and easy activities in these books are the perfect tools for children to build their self-confidence. Each project is clearly explained, with step-by-step photographs to avoid any confusion, even among smaller children.

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16 enjoyable, attractive and stimulating projects that cover all the basic growing skills
Over 150 full-color photographs - step-by-steps for instruction and finished pictures to inspire and
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Introduces and explains gardening terms, techiniques, materials, equipment and tools
Large-scale and small-scale projects suitable for both indoor and outdoor environments, all climates and all conditions
The perfect starter book for ages 3-7 years - forolder readers to use with minimum supervision, and for younger children to enjoy with adult help
 

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Victoria Bowles is the author of many craft books, including Painted Woodcraft. She has been a furniture makeover presenter on ITV's This Morning, and also a featured adviser on the BBC's Home Front series.

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