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Christmas fun

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Christmas fun

  • A delightful activity book with stickers, specially designed for sharing with very young children.
  • Activities include glittery Christmas trees, stand-up Santas, sparkly snowflakes, and lots more festive fun.
  • Full of ideas for drawing and painting, fingerpainting and cutting and sticking, all using everyday craft materials such as paints, felt-tip pens and wax crayons.
  • As well as being fun, the activities will help to develop important skills such as hand control, coordination and concentration.

“packed with delightful and 'do-able' ideas for young children.”
Early Years Educator - "The Best of the Wintry Reads"

Information

Key Stage: EYFS; Age 4+

Paperback:
Price: £4.99
ISBN: 9781409530572
24 pages + 2 sticker pages
270 x 216mm

Author/Editor: Fiona Watt

Illustrator: Katie Lovell

Press Reviews

Despite the few glitter related accidents these activities have gone down a treat. So, if you are struggling to keep little fingers entertained this Christmas I definitely recommend investing in a copy of Usborne’s ‘Christmas Fun’. Just a word of caution, big fingers get sucked in too!
Iddybooks blog
There are lots of ideas here for drawing and painting, fingerprinting and cutting and sticking.
Right Start
As a pre-school, we found this book very useful and so will mums and dads at home too. This is a lovely book with lots of fun creative ideas for you to enjoy with children of many ages.
This is Kids' Stuff
"provides a raft of ideas to prepare for the big day."

Lancashire Evening Post
The cardboard page tabs, which are on a ring binder, allow the book to lie flat open (top tip for craft and cooking). The 11 simple yet imaginative craft activities use everyday materials, and the book is an ideal resource for church, school or home.
Church Times
Christmas fun has several ideas for things young children could make to keep the anticipation of the Great Day under control. What’s more, as you would expect from this publisher, they are all easy to achieve and don’t require a fortune spent on materials. An excellent book to enjoy with a child of three-plus on a wet pre-Christmas afternoon.
Newbery Weekly News
A brilliant way to get your children involved in the festivities and more fun than just buying decorations – this is a book we will use for many Christmas times to come.
KidAround Magazine
Christmas Fun includes ideas for drawing and painting, fingerprinting, cutting and sticking. With easy, step-by-step instructions, each project helps to develop important skills such as hand control, co-ordination and concentration.
Creative Steps - Reading Corner
This sturdy spiral-bound book contains ideas for 12 activities, each with its own tag to make it easy to flip to. Step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations make projects fun and easy to make.
Junior Magazine

Reader Reviews

Christmas fun
A fun and exciting book for Christmas. Gives me lots of ideas to make things for christmas. I like the one to make an angel.

Lora watson, 30th April 2018