The Toilet Roll Activity Book: Over 30 Wonderful Things to Create
Melanie Grimshaw & John Bigwood
Buster Books, 2016 (2016)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
or children six years of age and older this activity book offers thirty things you can do to fashion the innocuous toilet roll into something eye catching and useful.
ach project is rated with one to four stars that indicate the project's difficulty. Besides a list of all the materials needed, you'll find detailed, illustrated instructions on how to make the finished item, and there's also a color photo of what it should look like.
rom a bird feeder, mini mouse, and crackling crackers to basket, rocket and advent calendar, these projects will appeal to a variety of tastes and skill levels.
rt teachers as well as home schooling parents will find this book a handy resource and it will also interest grandparents who may wish to have it around on a rainy day when the grandchildren are visiting. So start collecting those toilet paper rolls (you could use paper towel rolls too) because now you have a good use for them!
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