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Making Toys for Preschool Children: Using…
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Making Toys for Preschool Children: Using Ordinary Stuff for Extraordinary…

by Linda G. Miller

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What do you get when you combine a newspaper, paper bags, tape, & markers? A Lunch Bag City, of course! This series is a teacher's dream! You'll find more creative ways to use a tube sock, milk carton, and other inexpensive things found around the house than you ever imagined. Create unique, exciting toys and props to help children learn in appropriate ways. Don't recycle that cereal box, reuse it to make a simple puzzle! Each age-appropriate Making Toys book will make you look at the everyday items around you in a whole new way.

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What do you get when you combine a newspaper, paper bags, tape, & markers? A Lunch Bag City, of course! This series is a teacher's dream! You'll find more creative ways to use a tube sock, milk carton, and other inexpensive things found around the house than you ever imagined. Create unique, exciting toys and props to help children learn in appropriate ways. Don't recycle that cereal box, reuse it to make a simple puzzle! Each age-appropriate Making Toys book will make you look at the everyday items around you in a whole new way.… (more)

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