101 Great Gifts Kids Can Make

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Gryphon House, Inc., 2012 - Family & Relationships - 168 pages
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Children ages three to eight can make unique presents for moms, dads, grandparents, friends, teachers—all of the special people in their lives! Create a Made-It-Myself mouse pad personalized for Mom. Dad will love the peaceful chimes of his Terracotta Music Maker, and grandparents will be delighted with the Picture Puzzle. From the card to the wrapping paper, and everything in between, 101 Great Gifts Kids Can Make has dozens of perfect gift ideas that will make gift-giving meaningful again!

Stephanie R. Mueller and Ann E. Wheeler are experienced teachers, consultants, and trainers in the field of early childhood education. With over forty-five years of early childhood experience between them, their extensive knowledge coupled with their love of learning makes them sought-after speakers for professional organizations, schools, and parents’ groups.


 

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Contents

Chapter 1Fun with Photos
11
Cup Photo Holder
17
Accordion Photo Album
24
Say Cheese Flowers
30
Watering Can
36
Picture Puzzle
42
Activity Calendar
48
Oatmeal Bar Cookies
54
MosaicBottle Organizers
60
Creative Calendar
66
Recycled Magnet
72
Chip Clip
78
Craft Stick Bookmark
84
Great Gifts Kids Can Make is full of giftmaking activities for children three to eight
101
Activities
157
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With over 45 years of early childhood experience between them, Stephanie Mueller and Ann Wheeler are experienced teachers, consultants, and trainers in the field of early childhood education. Their extensive knowledge coupled with their love of learning makes them sought-after speakers for professional organizations, schools, and parents’ groups.

Stephanie Mueller is an adjunct instructor with Tulsa Technology Center in the Early Care and Education program and "on call" librarian with the Tulsa City County Library System. She holds a B.S. in Elementary Education, emphasis in Family and Child Development, and a M.S. in Library and Information Studies. Over the past 18 years, she has been a teacher in both preschool and kindergarten classrooms, and an active leader in local early childhood professional organizations. Stephanie continues to create and present continuing development workshops for early childhood education professionals.

Ann Wheeler is a consultant and instructor for the Early Care and Education Department at Tulsa Technology Center. She has a B.S. in family relations and child development and is an experienced preschool teacher. Ann has spent the past decade implementing training for childcare providers and other early childhood professionals. She presents workshops for parents and teachers throughout the Tulsa area.

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