Rainy days and Saturdays

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Workman Pub., Dec 8, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 227 pages
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THERE'S SO MUCH TO DO WHEN THERE'S NOTHING TO DO

Quickies

Unpoppable Balloon

Blow-Your-Stack Indoor Volcano

Cup Catch

Dollar Bridge

Banana Smoothie

An Hour or Two

Capture Your Shadow

Buried Treasure

Obstacle Course

Marbleized Stationery

Miniature God's-Eye

Silver Lantern

In for the Afternoon

Dough Monster Chain

Ice-Cube Candles

A Family Photo Album

Indoor Parade

Tabletop Terrarium

Rubber Band Guitar

All-Day Affair

Build a Haunted Hallway

Plan a Carnival

Produce a TV Show

Camp In

Read All About It

Create an Artists' Studio

Plus dozens and dozens of other imaginative, scientific, athletic, delicious, and artful activities to turn a rainy hour-or a monsoon weekend-into challenging fun. For a single kid, siblings, friends, or (practically) the whole neighborhood-and you almost never have to ask your parents for help. Bet you can't wait till it rains.

Linda Hetzer, author of 50 Fabulous Parties for Kids, lives with her husband and two children in New York, where they spend lots of time indoors.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION Getting Started
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GAMES
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STRING FLING
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Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Linda Hetzer is the author of "Successful Entertaining, Fancy Folds, " and the Illustrated Crafts series and a contributor to the "Reader's Digest Complete Guide to Needlework.

Deborah Zemke is a contributor for the following Workman Publishing Co Title: Rainy Days & Saturdays

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