Let’s Play Indoors!
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Autoriai: Ryan Eyers, illustrated by Rachel Victoria Hillis
For children, the world is their playground! But sometimes the world is encased by four walls, so it’s time to get creative. Let’s Play Indoors! offers imaginative and resourceful ways to keep kids amused and inspired with games, crafts, and home-styled costumes inside the house.
This book encourages children to take the lead in deciding how to spend their time and is a perfect companion for rainy days or periods spent offline. With simple instructions on how to make paper masks and hand-dyed clothing as well as tips on how to wow friends and family with a shadow puppet performance, Let’s Play Indoors! ensures that time spent inside is never wasted.
A follow-up to Easy Peasy, Let’s Play Outdoors!, and Tasty Treats, this book showcases more than 20 traditional crafts with a modern twist. As well as presenting thoughtful activities that don’t need too much adult supervision or intervention.
|Dimensions||26 × 21 cm|
3-6 years, 6-10 years, from 5 years
Activity and creativity books, Non-fiction, Picture books
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