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by Tsia Carson

ePub Side by Side: 20 Collaborative Projects for Crafting with Your Kids download
Author:
Tsia Carson
ISBN13:
978-1590309568
ISBN:
1590309561
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Publisher:
Roost Books; 1 edition (August 21, 2012)
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Subcategory:
Crafts & Hobbies
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1788 kb
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1194 kb
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Rating:
4.7
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332

Side by Side: 20 Collabor. has been added to your Cart. The first chapter, Collaborators is projects you do with your children.

Side by Side: 20 Collabor. Some of them you set up the project and provide some guidance, such as the giant paper snowflakes, others like doll from a drawing will use different skills from both you and your child. All of the projects have a strong emphasis on the creativity of the child. Companion Projects are worked side by side, you can do one project and offer help as needed to the project they are doing.

The first chapter, Collaborators is projects you do with your children

The first chapter, Collaborators is projects you do with your children.

The craft projects in this book will help you to create just those moments with your child. Tsia Carson is the force behind SuperNaturale. com ("an independent site dedicated to the Do-It-Yourself culture in all its glorious forms"). Carson has taught at Yale and the Rhode Island School of Design, and is a partner at the design firm Flat, which counts Knoll, MoMA, and the American Red Cross among its clients.

In Side by Side, Carson advocates an approach that resembles parallel play

In Side by Side, Carson advocates an approach that resembles parallel play. Collaborators lists projects where parents and kids work together, Companions features projects where adults and children work in parallel on similar crafts at their respective levels, and Family Field Trips consists of projects that get the family outside together to make something in a new context. Highlights include a Giant Newspaper Snowflake, Glitter Glue Monoprints, Drawing with Thread, and Seed Self-Portraits.

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Collaborative crafts that work well even when one participant is young and one is old? Projects that an adult .

Collaborative crafts that work well even when one participant is young and one is old? Projects that an adult doesn’t have be bored by or bossy about, that a kid can contribute meaningfully to, that they’ll both enjoy just as well? Yeah, those are a little harder to come by. Side by Side, by Tsia Carson, has twenty collaborative projects for kids and adults to create together. Several of the projects are also eco-friendly, and my kids and I have been playing around with these. Here’s what we did together, and how we liked it: Next .

SuperNaturale Side By Side: 20 Collaborative Projects for Crafting with your Kids by Tsia Carson--I was most excited about a Giant snowflake out of newspapers taped together, bird seed self-portraits, and a living willow teepee. Place a bid on Side by Side: 20 Collaborative Projects for Crafting with Your Kids to help support the Attachment Parenting International fundraising auction. Random House Side by Side Paperback. Our friend Tsia wrote this amazing book about crafting with your kids

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Crafting is always more fun and more meaningful when it’s shared with those you love. Discover the joy of working alongside your child while creating arts and crafts that inspire. With these twenty whimsical projects in a variety of mediums, you and your child will find fun ways to work collaboratively and independently—together on the same project, or side by side on related projects. Create Giant Newspaper Snowflakes that take traditional paper snowflakes to magical new levels. Create surprising monoprints that take glitter glue to new heights. Explore the versatility of embroidery with a child-friendly version that uses a leaf as the canvas and a more advanced version that uses a child’s drawing for stitching inspiration. Get out in the garden and plant a Living Willow Teepee that will be a perfect playhouse and retreat for years to come. Some of life’s best moments are spent simply doing things in the presence of the ones we love, not necessarily doing the same thing together, but being together and working side by side. The craft projects in this book will help you to create just those moments with your child.
  • My 5 year old twins and I absolutely LOVE this book. The projects are incredibly simple yet beautiful and the photographs are stunning. We have thoroughly enjoyed picking one craft a week for our crafty Sundays as a family. My daughter loves to thumb through the book and decide what to do next. Just having this book laying on our side table has prompted lots of solo-crafting by the kids when they get home from school.... leaving me with just enough time to prep dinner knowing that they are into something creative.

  • Not what I thought it was

  • Side by Side: 20 Collaborative Projects for Crafting With Your Kids is focused on artistic projects you can either do with your children or projects you can set up for your children to do while you do something similar.

    The crafts remind me of the material in my vintage craft book collection, specifically late 60s- mid 70s books, in a very good way. These are very natural, open crafts that give children a lot of room to express themselves and to enjoy nature. This book contains monoprints, stamping, embroidery, some hand sewing and other projects, all of them fairly simple with lots of room for a child's natural expression. The author also includes a lot of tips on how to set it up and make the project as much fun as possible. Some of them are very outdoorsy, natural crafts, others are perfect for a rainy afternoon. All of them are good ideas for spending time with a child and encouraging their artistic vision and creativity.

    The first chapter, Collaborators is projects you do with your children. Some of them you set up the project and provide some guidance, such as the giant paper snowflakes, others like doll from a drawing will use different skills from both you and your child. All of the projects have a strong emphasis on the creativity of the child.

    Companion Projects are worked side by side, you can do one project and offer help as needed to the project they are doing. These include working with succulents to make a terrarium and a wreath, or a hand-sewn necklace for a child to make a simple, elegant crocheted lariat for an adult to make.

    Family Field Trips encourages kids to think of the world as a space to play and create. The Seed Self-Portrait is a great group project, and I'm absolutely charmed by the living willow playhouse.

    The projects have good instructions with great tips for doing them with children. The author is enthused and knowledgeable. It's a wonderful book with projects that have a strong focus on creativity and less focus on perfection. It's about quality time and building memories and confidence.

    My teenage daughter loves it as well, and we've been doing side by side crafting her entire life.
    [The book reviewed was provided to me at no cost for the purposes of review. I received no other compensation, and my review is my honest opinion of the product.]

  • The book is broken up into three sections. The first, features crafts that you can do with your children. The second is brilliant because each project is presented with two companion projects at different levels, so your child and you can work next to each other on independent projects that share a skill set. And the final section offers a few projects to do outside the home.

    One of Carson's tips for working with kids is to transform a typical craft project to something really big. I love this idea and can see how it might be applied to a myriad of projects around here.

    Not only are the projects unique and engaging (how about a huge seed self portrait on the ground at the park?), but her philosophy is worth reading too. She offers great reminders on working with children on creative projects.

    This would make a great gift for a crafty family with several children!

  • A beautifully designed book filled with inspiring projects to do together....the projects are wonderfully uncomplicated but completely engaging and really FUN for both child and adult. The text is thoughtful and clear and the photographs are beautiful.
    The whole concept of this book, "Side by Side", is so well considered and makes this an exceptional book!

  • My daughters and I get so engaged in these fresh creative projects that we have not been able to fully get through the beautifully written book yet. Each time we pick it up it inspires us to immediately get started on a project ourselves.