What will you do today? Look no further than this book! You'll find plenty of easy-to-follow activities, from Invent a Dance to Make a Museum . On each page, there are lists of what you'll need, tips for getting started, and ideas for making the most out of the activity you've chosen. As you read through, you'll discover new facts on every page.
Most of the activities can be done indoors, but there are plenty of ideas for outdoor fun, too. All you'll need to get started is a pencil and paper - and a lot of imagination!
Agnes & Aubrey
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Publication Date: 19 May 2022
English as a second language
Introduction / 1 Create a World / 2 Draw a Narwhal / 3 Invent a Dance / 4 Create a Board Game / 5 Read a Mind / 6 Write a Letter / 7 Make a Shadow Puppet / 8 Make a Den / 9 Create a Collage / 10 Invent a Menu / 11 Make a Museum / 12 Stage a Sports Contest / 13 Invent a Yoga Pose / 14 Be a Book Character / 15 Play Consequences / 16 Make a Storybook Quiz / 17 Create a Newspaper / 18 Draw a Self-Portrait / 19 Keep a Journal / 20 Design a Circus / 21 Make a Worry Doll / 22 Invent a Typeface / 23 Write a Song / 24 Impress Your Friends / 25 Create a Cartoon / 26 Invent a Secret Code / 27 Plan Your Signature / 28 Draw a Symmetrical Pattern / 29 Design a Building / 30 Make a List / 31 Create a Book Cover
Writer and illustrator Mary Richards is passionate about craft, curiosity and creativity! She spent many years working in London art galleries including Tate, and enjoys testing out her art activities at children's workshops. Mary is the author of the Take Me series of guided journals, which launched in 2019. Her most recent book, A History of Music for Children (Thames & Hudson) was published in 2021. Mary has also written Splat: The Most Exciting Artists of All Time (Thames & Hudson), The Modern Art Journal (Tate Publishing), and is co-author of ArtSongs, a set of songs about art and artists (with David Schweitzer) for Tate. Mary was Art Publisher at the Hayward Gallery and an Editor at Tate Publishing. She lives in London with four children, two cats, four chickens, and a large collection of Lego.