Sew and Play - Handmade Games for Kids

by Farah Wolfe
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Engage preschoolers and schoolkids with a variety of active games that are gender-neutral, safe, washable, and ideal for travel. You'll enjoy every stitch as you make delightfully fun games that promote physical, cognitive, and social skills. No batteries required!

  • Full list of game pieces with step-by-step illustrated instructions for creating each piece
  • Game rules provide age-appropriate play options for toddlers, preschoolers, and schoolkids
  • Designs and instructions for storage accessories to cleverly package the games are included--great for gift-giving

by Farah Wolfe
8.5" x 11" printed on your home computer
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full color, PDF digital download
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Publication Date:
December 2nd, 2014

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Review from Morna McEver Golletz, ICAP Newsletter, December 2014

Will your holidays include little ones? Is one of your goals getting them interested in sewing? You will find several ways to engage them in Sew and Play by Farah Wolfe. An occupational therapist, Farah shares 11 games that will get your kids playing with fabrics and build physical, cognitive and social skills. The games are varied and you can get kids to help you pick out the fabrics or sew, if they are old enough. For example, Foot Frenzy will look familiar to fans of the Twister game. Kids could select fabrics and help cut the feet. You'll come up with lots of ideas to engage your young ones, whether it's playing the games or participating in its construction.

Farah Wolfe

Farah Wolfe is an occupational therapist and a very grateful mother of two. She started hand sewing doll clothes with her grandmother when she was young; then her mother let her use her sewing machine. The rest is history. Self taught and inspired by nature, Farah enjoys experimenting, getting messy, and playing in the rain with her children. She hopes that future generations will learn to treat all creatures with kindness and understand how to nurture our delicate ecosystem.

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