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Crafts for Kids Who Are Wild about Rainforests

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If you care about rainforests, you will be wild about these projects. There are models of some of the rainforest inhabitants - a Curly-Haired Tarantula, an Emerald Tree Boa, or a sweet little Fruit Bat. For those who enjoy rainforest plants, there are instructions to make "Hand"some Orchids or Dictyophora Fruits. A true rainforest fan might want to dress up in a Howling Howler Monkey Mask or a Hercules Beetle Hat. Colorful step-by-step illustrations for projects that are made from things you'll find around the house guarantee dramatic results. While the crafts are primarily designed for fun, they will also teach you about the rainforest and its inhabitants. Many of the items you create would make great models for school projects on the rainforest environment.

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Publisher: childrensElibrary

PDF ebook

  • ISBN: 1588245144
  • File size: 5501 KB
  • Release date: October 10, 2001

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PDF ebook

subjects

Juvenile Fiction

Languages

English

Levels

Text Difficulty:0-5

If you care about rainforests, you will be wild about these projects. There are models of some of the rainforest inhabitants - a Curly-Haired Tarantula, an Emerald Tree Boa, or a sweet little Fruit Bat. For those who enjoy rainforest plants, there are instructions to make "Hand"some Orchids or Dictyophora Fruits. A true rainforest fan might want to dress up in a Howling Howler Monkey Mask or a Hercules Beetle Hat. Colorful step-by-step illustrations for projects that are made from things you'll find around the house guarantee dramatic results. While the crafts are primarily designed for fun, they will also teach you about the rainforest and its inhabitants. Many of the items you create would make great models for school projects on the rainforest environment.

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