Encourage your kids to get in touch with their creative side with What Shall We Do Today? For children, the experience of creating is every bit as important as the end result. Crafting will fire their imagination and offer an inspiring alternative to endless hours in front of the computer or TV screen. What Shall We Do Today? is packed with more than 60 colorful, fun, and imaginative projects designed for boys and girls aged between 3–12 years. The book is arranged by season, and each section is crammed full of vibrant, appealing ideas for fun crafting activities, great gifts and pretty decorations. Every project can be completed using readily available materials – just follow the step-by-step instructions and you can't go wrong.Catherine Woram studied fashion at St Martins School of Art in London, followed by a masters in fashion at the Royal College of Art. She writes for many publications, including the Telegraph magazine, Ideal Home and Prima. Her earlier books include Crafting with Kids, Gardening with Kids, Christmas Crafting with Kids and What Shall we Do Today? and Felt Button Bead, all published by Ryland Peters & Small.