This festive book features a mixture of make-and-do crafts and on-the-page games, with a page of colourful bound-in stickers to help complete the Easter-related activities. A die-cut carry-along handle means that young craft-workers can take their activities with them wherever they go, making use of simple materials they might find on their travels. With simple, brightly illustrated activities to appeal to younger children and step-by-step crafts to give older children something to get their teeth into, this is a perfect solution for grown-ups looking for activities for families and groups of excitable children.
This is Book 7 in the My Carry-Along Series. See all My Carry-Along books here.
Jocelyn Miller has been enthusiastic about 'make-and-do' crafts since she was little and has worked with children at summer holiday schools. Through this experience she has grown very aware of the need for crafts to be simple enough for everyone to get a result and open-ended enough to allow for exuberant creativity.More about Jocelyn Miller
Jocelyn Miller has been enthusiastic about 'make-and-do' crafts since she was little, and has experience working with children on craft projects at summer holiday schools. Through this she is very aware of the need for crafts to be simple enough for all abilities to be able to get a result, but to allow enough potential for exuberant creativity and embellishMore about Cathy Hughes