123 I Can Build!
This book in the Starting Art series provides an introduction to all the materials kids need to start building. They'll learn simple architectural techniques such as joining, roofing and folding, in addition to concepts such as foundation, structure and function. Projects include a breezy birdhouse, a mushroom mansion, a perfect palace and a fabulous funhouse. Budding builders will proudly say, ?I can build!?
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acrobats ARTIST’S balls of clay birdhouse bits of modeling bowl and place bristol board building ideas building is called BUILDING TECHNIQUES CARDBOARD colorful tissue paper construction paper cube glued cubes on top Cut a long Decorate eight small pieces Fold FOUNDATION Fun House glue dry ice castle juice container last four twigs Let dry Let it dry Let the glue long rectangle long strip modeling clay mushroom mansion nine sugar cubes paint paper or bristol patterned paper petroleum jelly piece of colorful piece of construction pieces of modeling plastic bowl Repeat this step Roll eight small roof row of cubes row of nine row of sugar scraps shoe box Slide one edge small strips square by pressing Stack STAND STRONG strip of bristol strip of construction sure your young tall tube tape the edges Tape the ends throne room treasure box tube and tape twig structure white glue young architect