Lola Dutch again takes us on a bustling ride of imagination as she decides what she wants to be when she grows up. The problem is she wants to be everything and anything.
Follow Harvey on his journey with his Oragne 430 and how his experience will inspire children think about what they own, and encourage them to consider needs as opposed to getting every whatsydo or thingamajig for no apparent reason.
Do you want to count backwards – 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…BLAST OFF! Zooming around the Solar System in a rocket ship?
Not only is this a wonderful resource that can be used in the home or school setting, the author reminds us that it is about the process and not the product, that it is okay to make mistakes, encourage them to tinker, and give them the freedom to be innovative.
Here is the final part to the Smarty Arty Aussie Animals theme. I have really enjoyed sharing this theme with you and am going to finish off with a few books that will be a lovely addition to your crafting session.
There is something quite spectacular about this book, and just by looking at the cover you do not realise just how compelling it is until you open the pages and are presented with striking photos of animals. The words I have seem inadequate to describe the stunning photography.