Outlining "real life" arts and crafts activities, most of which do not need specialist tutor skills, this work is written in an anecdotal style by two youth workers, who have spent much time experimenting with these activities, which can be used in informal and group settings. Each entry includes: advice on materials - and often manufacturers; how-to-do-it information on the art or craft activity; information on what can be produced and how it might be used; commentary on working with young people of different ages and abilities; space, time, safety and staffing considerations; and problems, pitfalls and how to avoid them.
- Dewey Decimal: 745.5
- Physical Description: 6.7"x9.4"x0.4"; 0.8 lb; 184 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2005-06-18
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