Entertaining Unplugged Children was written to assist parents and children in their quest to find entertaining things to do when children are unplugged from the various technologies. Outdoor play with a lot of kids and indoor things with a few children are covered. Being unplugged does not necessarily mean doing physical activities, so quiet activities are also exploredfrom kids songs to nursery rhymes and prayers. There are even a few arts and craft activities, but that would be another book in itself! Have fun learning, sharing, or revisiting things that you might have done growing up.
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About the Author
Christine Grant was born and raised near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She attended Washington and Jefferson College, where she received a BA in chemistry. She works as a chemical analyst for US Steel Corporation. Christine is a mother of four and a grandmother of four. Christine currently resides close to family with her husband and two of her children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love to read and was curious what this book had to offer. My friend handed me this book a few days ago. After 10 minutes of my life I will never get back. Bland writing. I think a good way to entertain children and to NOT let them read this. I only recommend this as a coffee table item, in which you're forced to read since there isn't anything else. The book should be cheaper. I'm glad I didn't buy it.