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175 Easy-to-Do Thanksgiving Crafts

by Sharon Dunn Umnik

Publisher: Boyds Mills Press
Pages: 63
Paperback
ISBN: 9781563973741






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Overview of 175 Easy-to-Do Thanksgiving Crafts

Here's a cornucopia of Thanksgiving Day crafts that offers children hours of creative fun. Fanciful turkeys, wreaths, Pilgrims, garlands, and holiday-table accessories are just some of the crafts that reflect the autumn season and this most bountiful of holidays. Like its companion volume, it features easy-to-follow directions and full-color photographs.

Synopsis of 175 Easy-to-Do Thanksgiving Crafts

Here's a cornucopia of Thanksgiving Day crafts that offers children hours of creative fun. Fanciful turkeys, wreaths, Pilgrims, garlands, and holiday-table accessories are just some of the crafts that reflect the autumn season and this most bountiful of holidays. Full-color photographs.

Children's Literature

Like leftover turkey, cooks are constantly seeking creative ways to serve the bird a second and third time. This collection offers more than forty ways to create turkeys-candle holders, centerpieces, napkin holders, wreaths, nut cup, doorknob decoration, place cards are just a few of the items in this craft book. There are lots of things to do, and most of them can be created easily with commonly found materials (recyclables in many cases) and very little investment in art supplies. A good choice for teachers, parents, and others who just like to make things and have a creative flair.

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Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot

Like leftover turkey, cooks are constantly seeking creative ways to serve the bird a second and third time. This collection offers more than forty ways to create turkeys-candle holders, centerpieces, napkin holders, wreaths, nut cup, doorknob decoration, place cards are just a few of the items in this craft book. There are lots of things to do, and most of them can be created easily with commonly found materials (recyclables in many cases) and very little investment in art supplies. A good choice for teachers, parents, and others who just like to make things and have a creative flair.

School Library Journal

Gr 1-6This no-frills collection of holiday crafts is long on selection, but short on variety and directions. The mix of functional and decorative items relies heavily on traditional fare such as turkeys, pilgrims, and cornucopias. Instructions are at times sketchy, requiring children to refer to poor-quality photographs of the finished projects for clarification. Free-hand drawing may challenge some children ("Draw and cut out a turkey shape") and missing details may create frustration for others. Readers looking for Thanksgiving crafts will find fewer but more unique ideas in Ronne Randall's Thanksgiving Fun (Kingfisher, 1994) or Kathy Ross's Crafts for Thanksgiving (Millbrook, 1995).Paula A. Kiely, Milwaukee Public Library, WI

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