Halloween Origami Nick Robinson 2013-06-19 More than 20 projects, illustrated with photos and 2-color diagrams, range from easy to fiendishly challenging. Models include black cats, a tombstone, fangs, witches galore, and other familiar Halloween figures.
Halloween Games Highlights 2022-08-02 This spectacularly spooky puzzle book with a built-in spinner is a fun way to enjoy Highlights activities and games this Halloween! Designed for one or multiple players, kids can use the spinner to play more than 20 Halloween-themed games, from Hidden Pictures puzzles to fill-in story challenges to silly brain-teaser games. It’s a perfect Halloween treat that brings entertainment wherever you go!
Harper's Bazaar 1887
Easy Pumpkin Carving Colleen Dorsey 2020-10-01 Carve the perfect Halloween masterpiece! Whether you're a first-time pumpkin carver or an experienced pro, create the best jack-o-lantern on the block with this handy guide. Impress those trick-or-treaters with clever, easy-to-carve pumpkin ideas. Easy Pumpkin Carving offers tips and tricks for fang-tastic pumpkin carving with techniques that go way beyond traditional methods. Create luminary pumpkins and etched pumpkins, combine multiple pumpkins in creative ways, or embellish pumpkins without even touching a knife. With inspirational color photos and a dozen ready-to-use pumpkin carving patterns, you're sure to have a spooktacular Halloween with this book.
Paint by Sticker Kids: Zoo Animals Workman Publishing 2016-09-20 Find the sticker, peel the sticker, place the sticker. And sticker by sticker, a koala appears! Or an elephant, frog, red panda, puffin, peacock, snake, giraffe, tiger, or gorilla. (And no mess to clean up!) Designed for children ages 5 and up, Paint by Sticker Kids: Zoo Animals uses low-poly art—a computer style that renders 3-D images out of polygon shapes—and removable color stickers so that kids can create 10 vibrant works of art. The stickers are larger, as befits the younger audience, and the card stock pages are perforated for easy removal, making them suitable for displaying.
Origami for Kids Mila Bertinetti Montevecchi 2019-03-12 This fun and creative origami kit for children aged 5-7 features 20 fascinating projects and 100 sheets of quality origami paper for hours of folding fun. Fold lines are printed right on the illustrations, and each activity includes a QR code link to a video tutorial.
Ghosts in the House! Kazuno Kohara 2010-07 A New York Times Best Illustrated Book for 2008, this adorable ghost story will charm the very youngest Halloween trick-or-treaters.
Justice League Origami John Montroll 2015 "Provides instructions and diagrams for folding origami models of characters, objects, and symbols related to the Justice League"--
The Eensy Weensy Spider Freaks Out! (Big-Time!) Troy Cummings 2010-07-28 Artist Troy Cummings has created a clever spin-off of the "Eensy Weensy Spider" nursery rhyme in this humorous picture book, sure to appeal to kids and adults who also love fractured fairy tales. The Eensy Weensy Spider climbed up the waterspout . . . and everyone knows what happens next! By the time the sun comes out to dry up all the rain, the Eensy Weensy Spider has freaked out over her washout, big-time! "There's no way I'm climbing back up that gutter!" she says. Eensy has lost her climbing courage, but with the help of her best ladybug friend, Polly, she begins to take on bigger and bigger climbing challenges until she's rewarded with the most spectacular view of outer space that any bug has ever seen! Hilarious text and a retro, graphic art style take this popular nursery rhyme to new heights. There's also a fun size chart on the end pages for kids to track Eensy's progress as she tackles taller and taller objects. Spin-offs of children's songs and nursery rhymes are very popular with kids, parents, and teachers!
One Hundred Thirty-Six Party Ideas and Crafts Kids Can Make Highlights for Children Editorial Staff 1993-03
Handmade Halloween Crafts Ruth Owen 2016-12-15 Ghosts, pumpkins, spiders, and witches are great subjects for Halloween craft projects. Through the step-by-step directions in this book, readers can take on a plethora of fun crafts to celebrate the spookiest holiday, including a witch’s hat piñata, a spider bracelet made from duct tape, and a pumpkin candy dispenser made from recycled cardboard boxes. Whether Halloween is soon or it’s simply a rainy day, these crafts engage readers of all ages with their simplicity and the ability of each crafter to make the project uniquely theirs.
The Mailbox 2000-02
Everyone Can Learn Origami Peter Saydak 2017-11-18 The ultimate book for beginners who want to learn origami! In this book you'll learn all the basic folds and techniques through incredibly detailed sets of diagrams and written instructions. After learning the basics you'll find easy to follow instructions showing how to fold 77 traditional origami models including animals, flowers, insects, boxes and much more. By working through this book and folding the different models you'll practice all the different folds and techniques, improving your skills and folding progressively more complex origami. When you reach the end you'll know everything you need to become an origami master! Please note, this book is not for you if you're already an origami expert. If you know how to fold the traditional origami frog from a frog base then you probably already know everything this book can teach you.
Working Mother 1999-10 The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.
Reading, Language & Math Activities: Fall Mary Rosenberg 2004-10-13
The Pumpkin Man Shoo Rayner 2001 Shiver with fear...shake with laughter!
Kinderart : Born to Create Andrea Mulder-Slater 1999
The Glass Castle Jeannette Walls 2006-01-02 Journalist Walls grew up with parents whose ideals and stubborn nonconformity were their curse and their salvation. Rex and Rose Mary and their four children lived like nomads, moving among Southwest desert towns, camping in the mountains. Rex was a charismatic, brilliant man who, when sober, captured his children's imagination, teaching them how to embrace life fearlessly. Rose Mary painted and wrote and couldn't stand the responsibility of providing for her family. When the money ran out, the Walls retreated to the dismal West Virginia mining town Rex had tried to escape. As the dysfunction escalated, the children had to fend for themselves, supporting one another as they found the resources and will to leave home. Yet Walls describes her parents with deep affection in this tale of unconditional love in a family that, despite its profound flaws, gave her the fiery determination to carve out a successful life. -- From publisher description.
The Ladies' Home Journal 1999-09
Spooky, Spooky Little Bat Cottage Door Press 2019-07-02 Play along with this "spooky" story an adorable little bat puppet! This Halloween story features a fun finger puppet toy built into the book, encouraging interactive play, hand-eye coordination, and language development in your little one. Babies and toddlers learn best when they are playing, especially when their grown-ups in the fun! Collect the entire series in the Finger Puppet Collection! Rhyming stories entertain while teaching language patterns The adorable bat finger puppet encourages interactive play between little ones and their grown ups Soft plush and a rhyming story combine to provide both tactile and verbal learning opportunities Practice hand-eye coordination while enjoying together time Great gift for Halloween to get little ones excited for the celebration!
Five Little Pumpkins Public Domain 2015-07-07 Come roll with the pumpkins and their friends as they get into some spirited fun!
Adventureland in Preschool Kym Statum
Holidays and Special Days Project Index for Young People Mary Anne Pilger 1992 Crafts.
St. Patrick's Day Origami Ruth Owen 2014-12-15 St. Patrick's Day is usually known as a fun holiday of parades, music, and people dressed in green from head to toe. Readers may wonder about the images associated with St. Patrick's Day, though. They may question what a leprechaun is and wonder why a shamrock has come to symbolize the Irish people. In this engaging activity book, they'll learn the answers to these queries and more, while using the exquisite art of origami to create the most popular symbols of St. Patrick's Day. Colorful photos, labeled illustrations, and easy-to-follow steps guide budding origami artists through each paper-folding activity.
Activities to Foster Communication Alesia Holewinski 2010-05-15
Who-Me? Do a Program? Cynthia E. Cowen 1995-07-01 Designed to be a 12-month guide, there are programs for Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and Halloween, as well as for more traditional church seasons. Programs come with leader's helps, enabling groups to know what props, songs, readers, and other participants are needed.
Mothers, Tell Your Daughters: Stories Bonnie Jo Campbell 2015-10-05 “Bonnie Jo Campbell is a master of rural America’s postindustrial landscape.” —Boston Globe Named by the Guardian as one of our top ten writers of rural noir, Bonnie Jo Campbell is a keen observer of life and trouble in rural America, and her working-class protagonists can be at once vulnerable, wise, cruel, and funny. The strong but flawed women of Mothers, Tell Your Daughters must negotiate a sexually charged atmosphere as they love, honor, and betray one another against the backdrop of all the men in their world. Such richly fraught mother-daughter relationships can be lifelines, anchors, or they can sink a woman like a stone. In "My Dog Roscoe," a new bride becomes obsessed with the notion that her dead ex-boyfriend has returned to her in the form of a mongrel. In "Blood Work, 1999," a phlebotomist's desire to give away everything to the needy awakens her own sensuality. In "Home to Die," an abused woman takes revenge on her bedridden husband. In these fearless and darkly funny tales about women and those they love, Campbell’s spirited American voice is at its most powerful.
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe Penelope Lively 2018-03-08 The classic ghost story from Penelope Lively, one of the modern greats of British fiction for adults and children alike.When James' family moves to a ancient cottage in Oxfordshire (with grounds that are great for excavations and trees that are perfect for climbing), it doesn't take long for odd things to stard happening. Doors crash open and strange signs appear, written in an archaic hand. James soon discovers the culprit: a ghost! It's the spirit of Thomas Kempe, a 17th century apothecary who wants James to be his apprentice. The problem? No one else believes in ghosts. It's up to James to get rid of him... An iconic ghost story for children, The Ghost of Thomas Kempe is adored by generations of readers.
Origami for Halloween Robyn Hardyman 2016-07-15 Even though for many kids Halloween is most associated with trick-or-treating, this holiday hasn't always been about candy! In fact, it's a very old holiday, and a lot of its traditions have lasted many years. Readers will enjoy learning about Halloween's roots while making origami projects to decorate for today's celebrations. A ghost, witch's hat, bat, and jack -o'-lantern are just some of the great paper-folding crafts readers can try by following clear, concise instructions. Full-color photographs guide them through each step and show off the spooky, completed origami!
Creative Forecasting 2005
Q Road Bonnie Jo Campbell 2011-06-14 Welcome to Q Road, in Greenland Township, where the old way of life is colliding with the new. On the same acres where farmers once displaced Potawatomi Indians, suburban developers now supplant farmers and Q road (or "Queer Road," as the locals call it) has become home to an unlikely mix of people. The neighbors include a sixth-generation farmer and his rifle-toting child bride, and evangelical bartender, a tabloid-reading agoraphobe, a philandering window salesman, and an asthmatic boy who longs for the love of a good father.These folks all smell the pig manure from the Whitby farm and share the same grand views of the Kalamazoo River and the oldest barn in the township -- until one disastrous October afternoon. Bonnie Jo Campbell's first novel combines offbeat humor, eccentric characters, and unique insights into modern rural America, where family traditions have flown the coop and only the cycle of the seasons remains. At the heart of this tale are three characters so integrally connected and devoted to the Harland farm that they might not survive anywhere else; their lives, their livelihoods, and their sometimes violent love for one another are all rooted in the soil of this square mile. As The Village Voice said of Campbell's story collection, she "crystallizes those moments when benumbed everyday routine is briefly jolted by dizzy instants of lucidity." It may take a spring tornado or a lightning bolt in the garden to get the folks of Q Road to pause in their work, but when they lift their gaze collectively, it can be life-altering. Brilliant atumn foliage creates the backdrop for the rich and ragged human landscape of rural southwestern Michigan, a place Campbell has explored in her award-winning short stories. In this passionate and funny novel she digs even deeper, to reveal the beauty and strangeness of her ferocious women, confused men, and hungry children.
Aaaarrgghh, Spider! Lydia Monks 2007 A rip-roaring read-aloud (shout-aloud) picture book about a spider who wants to be the family pet from the internationally acclaimed illustrator of Julia Donaldson’s What the Ladybird Heard. Spider wants to be a family pet. But the family whose house he lives in are terrified of him. Whenever he tries to show them what a great pet he would make, they simply cry: ”AAAARRGGHH, Spider!” The illustrator of Julia Donaldson’s famous titles such as The Singing Mermaid and The Rhyming Rabbit proves she is an author in her own right with this best-selling picture book story.
Red Ted Art Margarita Woodley 2013-03-28 Crafting has never been more popular and Maggy Woodley, the creative force behind Red Ted, is passionate about making things with her children, Max, four, and Pippa, two. Using recycled materials and bits and bobs collected when out and about, here are over 60 utterly irresistible things to make with your kids. From adorable peanut shell finger puppets to walnut babies, loo roll marionettes and egg carton fairy lights, fabric mache bowls, stick men and shell crabs, stone people, and many more, these are projects for all the family to have fun with. And what's more, the end results are so cute and desirable that they look great around the home, or make wonderfully unique and personal gifts. With a funky, modern design and vibrant full colour photography throughout, this is a must-have addition to every young family's bookshelf.
My Spooky Halloween Activity and Sticker Book Anonymous 2014-07-29 This spooky activity and sticker book is jam-packed with Halloween fun--and more than 150 stickers! Happy Halloween! Get on your broomstick, squash your pumpkins, collect your spiders, bats and ghosts, and enjoy a sticker activity ride through this book. Find your way through the maze, sticker the pumpkins' faces, do the witch's washing, and complete the creepy puzzles. Don't get frightened--with more than 150 stickers, it's all good fun!
Big Pumpkin Erica Silverman 2011-08-09 A little bat uses brains over brawn in this not-so-scary Halloween picture book. The witch has grown the biggest pumpkin ever, and now she wants to make herself a pumpkin pie for Halloween. But the pumpkin is so big she can't get it off the vine. It’s so big the ghost can’t move it, either. Neither can the vampire, nor the mummy. It looks as if there’ll be no pumpkin pie for Halloween, until along comes the bat with an idea to save the day. How can the tiny bat succeed where bigger and strong spooky creatures have failed? You'll be surprised!
Origami for Halloween Stéphane Gigandet 2017-10-20 Learn how to fold 10 original origami models including: - cute ghosts with a lot of personality but only a few easy folds, - an easy diamond eyes bat, - a skull that you can color and decorate like a Mexican Calavera, - Mr. and Mrs. Ghost, - a pumpkin box to store your candy, - and even a cool talking pumpkin and a spider web in 3D! All models come with full-color diagrams and instructions, and videos are available if you need help. Giving life to paper with just a few folds and your own interpretation The models in this book are easy to fold but have a lot of character, and they give a lot of room for interpretation: - You can personalize many of the models and choose the size of eyes, teeth, arms and wings. - Most of the models do not require very precise folds. Small or big imperfections will make your model unique and give it personality! - Please experiment! Most of the models are quick to fold, so you can make them multiple times, and you can add or change a few folds to give your model a new touch. Folders of all levels - including kids and beginners - will thus be able to find pleasure from folding and interpreting the models in this book!
Origami Puzzles Marc Kirschenbaum 2013-02-02 Some puzzles work very well as origami models - all of these works are based on existing puzzle designs. Providing the opportunity to fold your own pieces makes the geometric relationships of the pieces more apparent, but not necessarily easier to solve. Every effort was made to have the pieces for these puzzles begin with the same sized square.
Are You a Spider? Judy Allen 2009-04-09 Did you know that when a spider's web is damaged, a spider will often eat the remaining silk before making a new one? Young children will make many amazing discoveries about spiders in this captivating account.
100 Fun & Easy Learning Games for Kids Amanda Boyarshinov 2016-05-24 Learn While You Play With These Fun, Creative Activities & Games From two experienced educators and moms, 100 Fun & Easy Learning Games for Kids prepares your children to thrive in school and life the fun way by using guided play at home to teach important learning topics—reading, writing, math, science, art, music and global studies. Turn off the TV and beat boredom blues with these clever activities that are quick and easy to set up with common household materials. The huge variety of activities means you can choose from high-energy group games full of laughter and delight, or quiet activities that kids can complete on their own. All activities highlight the skill they teach, and some are marked with a symbol whether they are good for on-the-go learning or if they incorporate movement for kids to get their wiggles out. In Zip-Line Letters, children learn letter sounds as the letters zoom across the room. In Parachute Subtraction, place foam balls in a parachute, then kids shake the parachute and practice subtraction as they count how many balls fall off. Kids will have so much fun, they won’t even realize they’re gaining important skills! The activities are easy to adapt for all ages and skill levels. 100 Fun & Easy Learning Games for Kids is the solution for parents—as well as teachers, caregivers or relatives—to help kids realize how fun learning can be and develop what they’ll need to do well wherever life takes them.
The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin Joe Troiano 2014-10-08 One day in the pumpkin patch the strangest little pumpkin hatched . . . Spookley the Pumpkin was different. All the other pumpkins teased him, until Spookley proved that being different can save the day! This perennial best-selling children’s book delivers a special message of tolerance and kindness that is just right for fall . . . and any time of year! This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration.

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