The book one librarian called “the best craft book she’d ever seen” has been updated and reissued to introduce a new generation of children to the fun of crafts.
Children as young as four years old can take common household materials and easy-to-obtain natural materials like twigs and turn them into costumes, puppets, toys, games, and more. Step-by-step instructions and photographs keep things simple and easy to understand, making the book perfect for home, school, library, camp, or even daycare.
Accessible and fun, the very do-able crafts of I Can Make That! provide kids the opportunity to develop skills and leave them with a sense of accomplishment. The Boston Globe called the projects in the book “absolutely ingenious.” You will too.
"Vivid, colorful photos of each craft make the book visually pleasing but also serve to assist crafters with their projects ... this book would work well for daycares, classrooms, community centers, and libraries."
"The maker movement is provoking interest in hands-on creativity ... there is something here for everyone."
"These colorful project ideas are innovative and fun for all ... a fantastic resource for parents, caretakers and educators with marvelous suggestions for good creative experiences for kids."
"This revised edition of Mary Wallace's original 2002 book, I Can Make That!, has much to recommend it."