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I Am Not A Toilet Roll - The Recycling Project Book: 10 Incredible Things to Make with Toilet Rolls

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Reduce, reuse and recycle! Gather up a pile of toilet rolls and a few other bits and bobs, and turn them into a unicorn, pirate or shark! This is the perfect book for fun projects to keep kids busy when they're stuck indoors, using scrap materials from around the house. With step-by-step instructions and handy cut-outs this book has ten brilliant projects (and a dozen variations) that are sure to keep kids happy and engaged with hours of fun. Animal lovers can build their own elephant or ladybird, and budding engineers can build their first rocket or car. Those with the smallest of fingers may need a little help with cutting and gluing, but these projects are a fantastic introduction into crafting and perfect for kids to make on their own or fun for the whole family. Each project has a clear list of everything you will need, and the ideas are easy to customise to your little one's interest. Don't fancy making a pirate, what about a stealthy ninja? Don't keep old toilet rolls? You can have just as much fun if you happen to have a load of egg cartons, cereal boxes or old socks. Pick your favourite item to reuse and get crafting with the Recycling Project Book series: I Am Not An Old Sock ;
I Am Not A Cereal Box ;
I Am Not A Eggbox .

I Am Not A Toilet Roll - The Recycling Project Book: 10 Incredible Things to Make with Toilet Rolls Reviews | Toppsta

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Sara Stanford is a freelance writer and editor with a passion for the natural world. She has worked on licensed and own-brand books, magazines and partworks for Egmont, Scholastic, Hachette and Eaglemoss.

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