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by Morteza E. Sohi

Download Look What I Did with a Leaf! (Naturecraft) eBook
ISBN:
0802782159
Author:
Morteza E. Sohi
Category:
Science Nature & How It Works
Language:
English
Publisher:
Walker Childrens (October 1, 1993)
Pages:
32 pages
EPUB book:
1382 kb
FB2 book:
1511 kb
DJVU:
1985 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
120


Morteza E. Sohi has illustrated and designed many books for children published in his native Iran. Look What I Did with a Leaf!, his first book to be published in the United States was a best-seller with nearly 200,000 copies sold. He is also author of Look What I Did with a Shell!

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Morteza E. Sohi gives careful directions on how to choose leaves for shape and color, how to arrange them in an animal form . perfect book to read before and after a leaf hunt. Sohi gives careful directions on how to choose leaves for shape and color, how to arrange them in an animal form, and how to preserve the finished work of art. A field guide helps young leaf artists learn more about the tools of their craft. Oct 01, 2017 Kathryn rated it really liked it. Shelves: nksgiving, oks, crafts. Such a neat idea! Really love the ideas for making collages with leaves.

Sohi, Morteza E. Publication date. no page number in the book. Nature craft, Leaves, Handicraft, Handicraft, Leaves, Nature craft.

Look What I Did with a Leaf! will show young art and craft lovers how to use nature's bounty to create fanciful animals and natural scenes.

Readers will develop their artistic eye and soon learn to see the artistic possibilities that surround them. Morteza E.

book It also shows you how to do these leaf creations.

Look What I Did with a Leaf! will show young art and craft lovers how to use nature's bounty to create fanciful animals and natural scenes. It also shows you how to do these leaf creations. It's perfect for nature walks and collecting your leaves getting your child's imagination to create terrific works of art and is also another terrific way of teaching your child how even things in nature can be recycled. Using leaves this books shows you how to make: cow, butterfly, elephant, turtle, owl, parrot, rooster, fox, frog, rat, peacock, fish (from the cover). An excellent combination of art and science.

Readers will develop their artistic eye and soon learn to see the artistic possibilities that surround them

This book has fun projects that show the reader how to make animals from various kinds of leaves. Along with the crafts, the reader can also learn about the life cycle of a leaf and how photosynthesis and chlorophyll affect leaves.

This book has fun projects that show the reader how to make animals from various kinds of leaves. This book has fun projects that show the reader how to make animals from various kinds of leaves. Other Books You Might Like.

Create a colorful collection of characters using fall leaves with this open-ended art project for kids. Even if you don't have a photocopier/scanner in your home, you can still make a leaf picture/critter with your child Guardado a partir . . He is also author of Look What I Did with a Shell! show more.

June 24, 2017 History. NatureCraft, NatureCraft series. Look what I did with a leaf! Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. First grade from Djanalyst. Are you sure you want to remove Look what I did with a leaf! from your list? Look what I did with a leaf! Pbk. ed. by Morteza E. Sohi. Published 1995 by Walker and Co. in New York NatureCraft, NatureCraft series.

Look What I Did with a Leaf! will show young art and craft lovers how to use nature's bounty to create fanciful animals and natural scenes. Readers will develop their artistic eye and soon learn to see the artistic possibilities that surround them. Morteza E. Sohi gives careful directions on how to choose leaves for shape and color, how to arrange them in an animal form, and how to preserve the finished work of art. A field guide helps young leaf artists learn more about the tools of their craft.

  • JOIN
This book offers several suggestions of pictures that can be made from leaves. Detailed pictures show the kind and size of leaves that could be used. The pictures range from simple to very detailed. The reader is also told how to prepare leaves for making them into pictures. Very informative and something fun to do with the colorful fall leaves.
  • Tto
I am a children's librarian and this book is one of our holdings. It's an incredible little book. It's absolutely wonderful for the classroom but it's also great for anyone who wants to use nature to create some wonderful, artsy pictures, crafts, etc. Let your imagination run with this little gem.
I purchased this for my daughter who teaches first grade. She also has children of her own and when they recieved it, it was a huge hit!!!
In my opinion, this is an absolute little marvel. I highly reccomend this book. It's great for anyone.
  • Isha
I bought this for myself and I'm sure not a kid. I found it interesting in spite of its obviously being aimed at younger folks. I even learned a couple of things about how trees work! There are also lots of pictures of leaf animals to which I may actually refer sometime for my various crafts. I think the pictures are all in color, by the way.

I highly recommend this book to anyone of any age.
  • Windforge
I really love this book. Even though we live in south florida & a lot of the leaves can't be found here, the book shows you how you can use similarly shaped leaves to create the art work. If your child loves nature & art it's a great book with simple instructions & all the materials you need are free, all you have to do is walk outside!
  • Bolv
This book arrived as promised and on time. It's a great book for children ages 5 to 10; it encourages their observation of nature and creative bent. We love this book and have had great fun with it. I am a grandma who likes to give stimulating, interestng gifts to my grandchildren. I want them to get out of the house and use their brains and imaginations, not sit with their eyes plasterred on a computer or TV screen. This book was a great gift for them.
  • Marilbine
I'm surprised this book is not more famous than it is. I only learned about it because I saw it at a friend's house. So I had a chance to flip through it before purchasing it. Once I flipped through it I had to order one for myself. The content is so original and the directions are clear and concise. The author is really talented and comes up with some wonderful ideas. I highly recommend this, don't hesitate.
  • Brariel
Great creative little book !
Our Grand daughter is very creative and started collecting leaves on her own to make collages and leaf pictures. This book with give her some new ideas.