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100 Screen Free Ways to Beat Boredom

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Return to the all-natural, LEDless, battery-free fun of our ancestors with this inspirational activity book.

The projects contained herein are so far beyond apps and selfies, web-surfing and social media, you'll forget to check your Facebook notifications after a little while! Some ideas will require ingredients and preparation, like cooking up silly slime in the kitchen, making homemade ice cream in a bag, or growing your own herb garden. Some of them, however, were right in front of you the whole time - probably just hidden by the screens! Ideas like having an indoor picnic, or having all your travel buddies interpret your dreams, or doing yoga on a rainy day were just lying in wait for you to put your phone down! It's time to participate in the tangible world, sunshine, dirt, elbow grease and all.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for NO SCREEN.

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Why They'll love it

  • 100 ideas for having fun that are totally screenless
  • Complete instructions from start to finish, including materials needed, for each project
  • Funny cartoons and trivia sprinkled throughout

Technical Stuff

  • Ages: 8+
  • Size: 6.75" x 0.5" x 9.5"
  • Weight: 0.75 lbs

About Ten Year Olds

Highly active, clever little people with lots of opinions. They will undoubtedly be sitting by computers, but they also need toys and games to play with and real world objects. They have got stacks of energy so anything involving hurling objects around outside is good. Kites are great at this age as they can start to control them properly. This is the age when they get seriously speedy so you might need to dust off your running shoes if you want to keep up.

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