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Table Of Contents

Decorative Arts
Sources and Resources
Clay Gargoyle Directions
Why gargoyles?
Quilling Directions
Silhouettes
Celtic Jewelry Directions
The Druids
Bog Mummy Facts
Technology
Abacus Directions
Counting on the Abacus
Adding on The Abacus
Solar S’More Cup Test
Cooking the Marshmallows
Solar Sticks
Telegraph Directions
Learn Morse Code
Kid Inventors
Robot Hand Directions
Toys and Games
A Family of Count and Capture Games
Mancala Board Directions
How to Play Mancala
Mancala Strategy
Boomerang Directions
Flipbook Directions
Sacred Art
Inuksuk Directions
Sand Mandala Directions
Tibetan Prayer Flags
Cave Wall Directions
Cave Drawing Directions
Yarn Painting/Nierika Directions
Eye of God/Ojo de Dios/Sikuli
General World Crafts Sources and Resources
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Around the World Crafts

Around the World Crafts

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Published by Kathy Ceceri
Award-winning author and illustrator Kathy Ceceri -- senior editor at GeekMom.com and former Home Education Magazine columnist -- presents more than 30 "Hands-on Learning" projects for ages 7 and up. Easy to follow step-by-step photos show you how to make realistic-looking crafts, suitable for gifts or school presentations. Includes lots of interesting facts about the people who made the craft and how they used it, along with related activities and print and Internet resources. Kids and adults can learn how to add on an abacus, design a Medieval gargoyle, compare different solar cookers, and find out why boomerangs fly and try an Early American paper craft. Crafts include a working electrical telegraph, African and Scandinavian baskets, flipbook animation, prehistoric cave drawings, and Mexican-style yarn paintings. Great for home, school, scouts, 4-H -- and anyone who loves making crafts!
Award-winning author and illustrator Kathy Ceceri -- senior editor at GeekMom.com and former Home Education Magazine columnist -- presents more than 30 "Hands-on Learning" projects for ages 7 and up. Easy to follow step-by-step photos show you how to make realistic-looking crafts, suitable for gifts or school presentations. Includes lots of interesting facts about the people who made the craft and how they used it, along with related activities and print and Internet resources. Kids and adults can learn how to add on an abacus, design a Medieval gargoyle, compare different solar cookers, and find out why boomerangs fly and try an Early American paper craft. Crafts include a working electrical telegraph, African and Scandinavian baskets, flipbook animation, prehistoric cave drawings, and Mexican-style yarn paintings. Great for home, school, scouts, 4-H -- and anyone who loves making crafts!

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Also available in large, full-color softcover format from Amazon. Visit my website: http://www.craftsforlearning.com

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