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A really attractive, really clever activity book
Everyone loves an activity book, especially one as clever and appealing as this one. It’s packed with an excellent array of puzzles and activities, just right for rainy days, long journeys or boring afternoons. But all these spot the differences, quizzes, mazes and memory tests have an eco-theme, which makes solving them not only particularly satisfying, but even more of a brain-expanding exercise. Through fun activities, they’ll make you think about how to reuse and recycle, explain how conservationists are working to save the orangutans, and test your ability to turn leftovers into tasty meals. Within all the different challenges are hands-on-tips to help the planet, and they all demonstrate too that if we work together, we’ll solve the challenge of climate change that much quicker. Who’d have thought the simple activity book could be so inspiring?
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Filled with games and activities that are themed around everyday environmental topics, this book is guaranteed to entertain and inspire green-minded kids.
Find the correct parts to build a bug hotel, spot the plastic rubbish on the riverbank, design a climate march message and much more! The book also contains fun, DIY activities - such as making a no-sew bag or creating a herb garden from a plastic bottle.
These engaging, accessible projects, combined with proactive tips throughout the book, show young readers the simple changes they can make at home or school to make a difference and help protect our incredible planet.
|Publication date:||8th April 2021|
|Publisher:||Buster Books an imprint of Michael O'Mara Books Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||Ecological and Environmental, Puzzles / Activities|
Frances studied English Literature at UCL and Cambridge and now works as a children's editor and writer in London. She enjoys working across a range of non-fiction subjects for kids - from animals, space and science experiments to unicorns, origami and puzzles.More About Frances Evans