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Big Book of 100 Little Activities

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There are times when keeping your young children occupied and entertained can be a real challenge, no matter how super-organised or imaginative you're parenting skills. This bumper book of boredom-busting craft activities is all you need to be inspired. Dip in and discover the eight handy sections: Nature lovers, Messy makes, Rainy day, Sunny day, little laboratory, Paint and print, Playing and performing and Dressing-up. Each one is packed with things to do that range from spur-of-the-moment creative play, involving little or no preparation, to mini projects with step-by-step instructions.

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About Laura Minter

Laura Minter and Tia Williams started Little Button Diaries, their crafting and baking blog, in 2013 to show that having children doesn't mean you have to stop doing the things you love. They have won various awards and are based in Brighton, Sussex, UK.

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