Friday, March 18, 2011

What can I do today?

What can I do today?
projects by Linda Nicol and David Clark (Design Group Ltd.)
illustrations by Brian Edwards
Rand McNally, 1973


I'll be back on Monday with a full week of posts. Until then, here's "Over 100 projects for boys age 6-12". Though I don't understand the gender-specific logic, I'll never turn down a vintage craft book, even if it is all full of little boy cooties! Ewwwwwwww.


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4 comments:

Mikelle Smith said...

love this book. wish they had one for the 2 to 4 age.

daysease said...

Oh, OH, Oh!!! I could SOOOO use this book. I have four boys and one girl, and three of the boys are between those ages. :-9 Makes for lots of brainstorming when they are bored or needing activity. Handy sort of interesting book!! Like It! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

I owned this book when I was about six years old. It was a lot of fun. My parents had a box in the garage they would throw old plastic bottles, toilet paper tubes and (wooden!) thread spools into so I could make the projects from this book. Defining book of my childhood. :)

B. Streetman said...

so great to hear that... thanks for sharing!

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