With increased awareness about the negative effects of extended screen time on young children, providing wholesome movement experiences is even more crucial. Long advocated by Dr. John Taylor in his seminars, reducing television and other “screen time” is best accomplished by providing young children with fun arts and crafts activities. This interesting book depicts simple craft projects involving visual and muscle control skills that use household items, cardboard boxes, scraps of fabric and materials found in nature. Projects include paper windmills, people and animals, puppet theater, pom-poms, pinata, wool puppets, papier mache items, a newspaper boat, and others that young children enjoy making at home or at school.
Author: Guadalupe Rodriguez