How to Amaze your Son

How to Amaze your Son

Crafts, Recipes and Other Creative Experiences to Teach Him to See the Extraordinary in the Ordinary

Book - 2015
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How To Amaze Your Son has more than 50 truly creative and inspiring projects that will elicit "wow" and "cool" from the most skeptical of boys. There are crafts, science experiments, creative experiences, and easy magic tricks. Each is cheap and easy.

All the amazements use items found in the home. Here are some examples:

Things To Do Together: Sprouted Potato People; Make Fake Snow; Treasures Nature Walk; Show Him How to Inflate Snow in the Microwave Treasures: Sprouting Onion Flying Fish; Secret Stash Treasure Book; Broccoli Treehouse; Tin Can Drum Set; Candy-Launching Catapult To Play: Grapefruit Dwarves House; Ice Ring Dinosaur Dig; Under-the-Table House; Jungle Rock Cave; Secret Message Rocket Experiments and Magic: Small Craters Chemist; Magic Campfire; Shaving Cream Fake Snow; Separating Eggs Using a Bottle Projects To Eat!: Playmobil® Popsicles; Honeybee Pancakes; Babybel® Family; Mountain Cake With Rock Climbers; Castle Cake.

How To Amaze Your Son is a practical and inspiring resource for all parents, teachers and caregivers.

Publisher: Richmond Hill, Ontario : Firefly Books, 2015.
ISBN: 9781770856028
Characteristics: 144 pages :,colour illustrations.


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ontherideau Mar 08, 2016

Great ideas to engage boys or girls, maybe not the princesses.

Jan 09, 2016

The author also has a book called _How to Amaze your Daughter_. The gender division of the titles is just for marketing. Both books have projects that may be of interest, and entertaining to children in general.

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