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Planet Earth Projects
Author:Oksana Kemarskaya
Retail Price:$6.99
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Dimensions:8 1/4 x 10 7/8
Kids can transform ordinary household items into fun-filled science projects with the help of this book — and an occasional assist from an adult. They'll experience the satisfaction of recycling as well as the thrill of creativity with dozens of charmingly illustrated activities.
Geared toward readers ages 8 and up, these exciting projects range from coloring Easter eggs and building a bird feeder to growing sprouts, herbs, and sunflowers. Kids can mix up a batch of granola, fashion puppets from socks and paper bags, make toys, decorations, and gifts.
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