Cool Parent 101: Fun Things to Make Your Kid Say Wow!

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Sourcebooks, Inc., Mar 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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Be your kid's hero-a super spy who can write in secret code; a scientist who knows how to snap optical-illusion photographs; a master chef who can make Maple Ice Candy; and more. Cool Parent 101 includes dozens of awesome projects that any parent and child can accomplish together. These fun activities will have your child thinking that you're super smart, super fun and super cool!
This book offers a wide range of creative possibilities, such as:
-- How to create a homemade ant farm
-- The secret to writing invisible messages
-- Concocting a toy-filled Surprise Soap
-- How to make your very own snow globe
... and much, much more!

The lively sequel to 101 Things Every Kid Should Do Growing Up, Cool Parent 101 provides an assortment of fun, creative activities for kids between the ages of four and 12 that will make them actually want to hang out with their parents.
 

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Alecia T. Devantier is a former educator with a master's degree in teaching. She has written widely about family issues, educational topics and crafts, and she was a contributing writer for HomeWords magazine and webzine. She lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan. Carol Turkington is an editor and the author of more than 40 nonfiction books. She lives near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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