This unique woodworking primer teaches boys and girls age 7 and up basic carpentry skills through easy-to-make projects: bird feeder, sailboat, tie rack, flower box , and 11 more. Young carpenters will beam with pride at having constructed useful objects to keep or give as gifts. Over 100 black-and-w... read more
Outside the Box!: Creative Activities for Ecology-Minded Kids by Joan Irvine, Linda Hendry With these step-by-step instructions and hundreds of illustrations, kids can transform a cardboard box into fun activities — from a puppet theater to a miniature golf game. A rewarding lesson in recycling and creativity!
Boy Scouts Handbook: The First Edition, 1911 by Boy Scouts of America Complete republication of a book that has been used by generations of American youths, with copious information on such topics as woodcrafting, camping, sailing, as well as developing self-reliance and good citizenship.
Planet Earth Projects by Oksana Kemarskaya Kids can experience the satisfaction of recycling as well as the thrill of creativity with dozens of activities — starting an ant colony, building a birdbath, growing sunflowers, making puppets, more.
Hobby Fun Book: For Grade School Boys and Girls by Margaret O. Hyde, Frances W. Keene There's fun on every page of this book of easy at-home activities. Kids can make their own amusements with pets, papercrafts, painting, modeling, and simple experiments involving chemistry and electricity.
Science Projects for Young People by George Barr More than 30 safe and entertaining experiments explain the scientific principles behind electricity and magnetism, light and color, water and air, sound and music, plants and animals, and much more.
Birdhouses and Feeders by G. Barquest, S. Craven, R. Ellarson Clear illustrations and step-by-step instructions show how to build 30 homes and feeders for our feathered and furry friends. Includes structures for wrens, bluebirds, owls, robins, squirrels, titmice, more.
Easy-to-Make Whirligigs by Anders S. Lunde Complete patterns and instructions for 30 charming, wind-driven toys: Signaling Trainman, Flying Puffin, Colonial Dame, many more. Only inexpensive materials and a few tools needed. 113 illustrations.
This unique woodworking primer teaches boys and girls age 7 and up basic carpentry skills through easy-to-make projects: bird feeder, sailboat, tie rack, flower box , and 11 more. Young carpenters will beam with pride at having constructed useful objects to keep or give as gifts. Over 100 black-and-white illustrations.
Reprint of Carpentry for Children, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1959.
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