Winter is a special time. As the snow begins to fall, it sets the stage for a whole array of wintry activities, like searching for special effects in the winter night sky. Or sewing up a pair of cozy fleece mitts. Or enjoying an outdoor picnic on a blanket of snow.
This book in the Family Fun series is packed with over 120 pages of unique ideas for celebrating winter. In fact, there are so many wonderful ways to enjoy this frosty season --- winter just isn't long enough!
Kids can • learn to identify animal tracks • tell silly fireside stories • make marshmallow s'mores • build sparkling sun catchers • set up their own goofy winter Olympics.
Most of the projects are inexpensive to make, and supplies are easy to obtain, making these interesting alternatives to holiday boredom or too much TV. Many of the activities, especially those that are science related, are also suitable for the classroom.
An indispensable resource for children, parents, teachers and librarians,
... wonderful guide is filled with an abundance of activities and ideas for winter fun, from enjoying an outdoor picnic on a blanket of snow to sewing up a pair of warm fleece mittens.
The Kids Winter Cottage Book is virtually indispensable. It is full of great ideas for lots of fun both inside and out. And you don't have to be at a cottage to get the most out of this book.
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