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Let's Build Kids' Activity Guide ages 3-8

Let's Build Kids' Activity Guide ages 3-8
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This guide is for parents or teachers to expand on the picture book Let’s Build by Sue Fliess, illustrated by Miki Sakamoto. Activities include pre-reading questions, craft stick raft, pretzel fort snack, cardboard fort craft, marshmallow catapult, rhyming printable, big red toolbox rhyming activity with cut out tools, and a printable maze.

About the Book: http://amzn.to/1ufgty3

Let’s build…a fort! Grab a pencil, draw the plans. We’ll construct it with our hands. Dad and son hit the hardware store. And then they start to build! Raise the walls up, hoist that beam. Real construction takes a team! When they’re all done, they’ll have the coolest fort ever!

About the creators:
Sue Fliess is the author of eleven published and forthcoming picture books, including Shoes for Me! and A Dress for Me!, both illustrated by Mike Laughead. Sue lives in Mountain View, California, with her husband, two sons, and a rescued Lab named Teddy. Learn more: www.suefliess.com.

Miki Sakamoto studied fine arts and illustration at California State University, Long Beach, California. She has illustrated picture books and board books, including her recent title Every Day’s a Dog’s Day, written by Marilyn Singer. She lives in Orange County, California, with her husband, one cat, and two mice.
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