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Cameras for kids : fun and inexpensive projects for the little photographer

by John Crippen

  Book : Juvenile audience

Hours Of Inventive, Inexpensive Fun   (2010-03-18)

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From Christmas ornaments to puzzles to collages, Cameras For Kids has a wide variety of creative, inexpensive projects that children of all ages can make out of everyday photos and other images. In plain, straightforward language, author John Crippen outlines the basic instructions that children need to follow in order to bring their imaginative creations to life. Best of all, kids don't need advanced computer knowledge or the assistance of adults on the ready in order to see their projects through to ultimate success.

In an age when more and more parents tend to complain about the sedentary, video game-obsessed culture in which their children are being raised, Cameras For Kids provides a wide assortment of healthy alternatives, encouraging children not only to engage their minds - but also their bodies - in the active exploration of the world around them. Whether taking snapshots on a nature walk, capturing the joy of the Holiday Season, or immortalizing the sleeping family pet, Cameras For Kids features a plethora of fun-filled activities for the entire family. Kudos to Crippen for crafting such an innovative, practical guide to the ultimate in biodegradable enjoyment. Highly recommended.




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