[The Stick Book] Pdf ñ Fiona Danks
Branches or boughs Surely Schofield and Danks are scraping the barrel at some stage I remember musing to myself How wrong I some stage I remember musing to myself How wrong I It would be futile to attempt to convey the depth and variety of activities within this book so I will just list a couple of my favorites out of the 70 stick projects chronicled in this tome Project 16 make stick charactersProject 17 make stick animalsProject 20 make hobby animalsProject 24 make fish sticksplease note that none of these are ven remotely the same thing and reuire completely different instructions Project 43 throw a stick for a dog this one does reuire some pretty close reading of the instructions It took me several attempts to master itProject 56 play percussion sticks hit things with sticks is another name for this one I came up withAnd my personal favoriteProject 47 invent your own stick gameI can t stress nough how inadeuate these highlights are at demonstrating the VARIETY AND DEPTH OF THIS BOOK IT COULD and depth of this book It could asily several people occupied minutes and I mean that sincerely Without a doubt the best book on sticks and their uses I received this Christmas period55 would recommend to all parental supervision is reuired on some projects. F Fame 'It can be a Wild West horse a medieval knight's sword a boat on a stream or a slingshot with a rubber band ' In this book Fiona Danks and Jo Schofield offer masses of suggestions for things to do with a stick in the way of adventures and bushcraft creative and imaginative play games woodcraft and conservation music an.
review È Book or Kindle PUB Ø Fiona DanksEverything you can think of to do with a stick this was a okay book alright i know this is not a novel but i just had to review this i got this on sale at this local book store Now this book was nice but most of the crafts seemed tricky to me i m not sure if this is worth the money sigh I loved browsing through this book with my kids It spurred them on to so many ideas It is a bit colder outside now but once we get some warm days again I want to take an afternoon outside and create some
Of The Projects We Found I Knowthe we found I know 10 and create of the projects we found I know my 10 old wants to make a fort We have a small section of woods so sticks shouldn t be hard to come by I love the idea of making a mini village with sticks and using little figures to run through it I remember seeing something like that at a museum once and it was so creativeThis is a beautiful book rich in imagination and ideasI received a copy of it in From Notes to Narrative exchange for an honest review Full of simple wonderful ideasI ve often recommended it Lockdown has turned me into a nursery teacher so I can t wait to use some of these ideas when I go and attempt to teach 2 year olds All the stars I love books and I love sticks so this was a natural pick for me In fact I wis. “while many projects have tangible payoffs a sun clock musical percussion sticks magic wands and charcoal pencils pleased both the boy and meach project seldom reuires than a page of description ven when providing actual learning opportunities within the fun” Dallas NewsThe stick is a universal toy Totally natural. ,
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I owned it and I wish I had found it years ago when I still had stick collection Underwhelming Not to sound like an old stick in the mud but I felt there wasn t much imagination xpended in coming up with these ideas It seems that having listed the dozen half decent ideas the authors twigged that this wasn t nough so started rehashing the ideas under a different name Why it reuired two of them is beyond me The root of the problem is that despite it s undeniable versatility there is simply a limit to the number of things that can be done with a stick I would perhaps ncourage the authors to branch out into a larger subject next time and leaf the stick games to one s imagination Trunk Perhaps the best Hard Bread (Phoenix Poets (Paper)) example of a stocking filler I received this year this highlyntertaining book caused many a chuckle on Christmas Day This book does xactly what it says on the tin In short it lists activities that can be completed with sticks it is worth noting at this stage that at times other items are reuired I will confess to being a little baffled at the outset wondering how it was possible to fill an ntire book with such a limited subject Just sticks No twigs. Allwish I owned it and I wish I had found it years ago when I still had
purpose free it offers limitless opportunities for outdoor play and adventure and it provides a starting point forfree it offers limitless opportunities for outdoor play and adventure and it provides a starting point for active imagination and the raw material for transformation into almost anything As New York's point for an active imagination and the raw material for transformation into almost anything As New York's National Museum of Play pointd out when they selected a stick for inclusion in their National Toy Hall