By Kathy Ross
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Do you know that younger animals have their very own particular names? child cats, for example, are known as kittens, and a joey is a toddler koala. domestic dogs should be the kids of grownup canines or seals; and cubs have tigers, lions, wolves, or pandas as mom and dad. Nature fanatics (and coloring e-book fanatics of every age) will take pleasure in coloring the lovable creatures in those 30 pix of child animals.
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She also designs greeting cards, sings with the Brighton Festival Chorus and plays piccolo with the Sinfonia of Arun. Together, Kathy and Jan have written and illustrated Crafts for Kids Who Are Learning about Community Workers as well as the Learning is Fun series.
8. Thread the pipe cleaner through the hole in the spool and push the cardboard down into the umbrella as far as it will go. Secure the edges with glue. This will keep the pipe cleaner umbrella handle centered inside the umbrella. 9. Fold the end of the pipe cleaner handle into a curve. Slide a few beads on the handle and secure with glue to decorate. 10. Tie a bow around the handle. One or more of these umbrellas look great hung from the ceiling by a ribbon tied to the handle. You can also use them as party favors.
Slide the hat over the top of the balloon. To “melt” the snowman, remove the paper clip and slowly release the air from the balloon. You might want to make the Sun Puppet on page 22 to shine on the snowman as it melts. 47 About the Author and Artist Thirty years as a teacher and director of nursery school programs have given Kathy Ross extensive experience in guiding young children through crafts projects. Among the more than forty craft books she has written are Crafts For All Seasons, More of the Best Holiday Crafts Ever, The Storytime Craft Book, and the All New Holiday Crafts for Kids series.