Hi everyone! Ms. Haneen and Ms. Jenni here. Just like many others, we’ve been quarantined and our children are getting restless. Remote learning is just as taxing on them as it is us. Take a breather or two and check out some of these e-books that can help your kiddos pick up a new skill, like learning to sew. If they become really good at it, task them with making an entire outfit (it’s not child labor if they like it, right?).
We especially enjoyed Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape, which features a ton of fun projects to keep the kids busy. Our personal favorites were the DIY Checkerboard (perfect for family game night) and the picture frame and wallet (hello handmade Father’s Days gift!).
Enjoy these eBooks and have fun getting crafty!
Peg Looms and Weaving Sticks by Noreen Crone-Findlay
Ultimate Slime by Alyssa Jagan
Dinosaur Amigurumi by Justyna Kacprzak
Sew It! By Allison Nicoll
Sewing School 2 by Andria Lisle
Sticky Fingers: DIY Duct Tape Projects by Sophie Maletsky
The Lego Adventure Book, Volume 1 by Megan H. Rothrock
Kids Draw Big Book of Everything Manga by Christopher Hart
Kawaii Doodle Cuties by Zainab Khan
Make sure to share your creations with us by tagging #PLYMCAnywhere! We’d love to see what you make.
Jenni is a youth services librarian at the Newport Library. She loves to read all sorts of genres, except for horror. She also likes spending time with her family.
Haneen works at the Main Library as a Youth Services Librarian. She enjoys reading parenting books (1-2-3 Magic – the latest), binge watching tv series, attempting cooking lessons with her toddler and time spent with her husband!