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Crazy, Crafty, Crafts: Klutz Book Reviews

Klutz comes up with some CRAZY, CRAFTY, COOL books (seriously, we’re impressed) that include pretty much everything you need to: make quick draw flip books; keep a vacation doodle diary; create spiral drawings; and survive the back seat on your next family road trip!


Klutz Quick Draw Flip Books

The Quick Draw Flip Book from Klutz teaches you how to make "motion pictures" using the patented “rip, clip, grip and flip” method! You can sketch, color and practice drawing right in this book using the special perforated pages with partially finished drawings to make unique, funny stories. Then, just tear out the finished pages, use the special clip and flip through your very own flip book – eight in all! Includes four sturdy slip-book clips, five colorful mini-markers and an easy technique guide.


The Klutz Vacation Doodle Book

The Klutz Vacation Doodle Book isn’t just for line drawings – it’s also a journal and a scrap book for your next vacation! The book includes over 50 vacation-themed doodles you get to complete yourself – translation: no drawing skills required! All you need to fill in this journal is a bit of imagination and a pencil. The book also lets you design your own sandcastle, draw your vacation home, figure out how much money you’re spending on holiday, record your favorite day on vacation, design a flag for your family, fill a beach with seashells and draw the twists and turns of a rollercoaster.


The Klutz Spiral Draw Book

The Spiral Draw Book is another fun fun drawing book from Klutz. This one comes with four cool, translucent drawing wheels that make it easy to create zillions of dizzying designs right in the pages of the book, three gel pens and lots of ideas for drawing twirly swirly spirals. You can fill a gumball machine with candy-colored spirals, make a fun mobile or create tie-dye soak spirals. Your head will be spinning!


Klutz Kids Travel: A Backseat Survival Kit

Kids Travel is a self-proclaimed Backseat Survival Kit from the editors of Klutz. This extraordinary book/kit is the best thing you can pack for your next family road trip. It’s filled with things to do and comes with all the supplies necessary to play the games, activities and quizzes. A plastic pouch is bound right into the book to hold game pieces, markers, etc. in place there’s a clip board with a pad of printed paper at the back that includes bingo pages, grids and more. The book will lead you through tons of activities, including classic car games and quizzes you can give your parents. There’s also a colorful, detailed map of North America, dice games, Parcheesi, mysteries, palm reading, song lyrics, sign language, decoders, hand games and more.


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    Fave Road Trip Destination?

    • Disneyland!
    • Mexico.
    • The Grand Canyon.
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    rainbowpoptart posted in General:
    This is probably the cutest thing about growing up I've ever read, I just... Everyone grows up. No one's the exact same person they were 3 years ago, sometimes they're not even the same way they were 3 days ago. Every single is person is going to look back at their past self and cringe at something- something they said, something they did, something they didn't do. It's a sign of maturity. Everyone gets there (eventually; some earlier than others). I came back from a break around two or three months ago and wow did I feel embarrassed. I was in such an extreme scene phase when I made this account and everything was so.. yikes. My bio and albums were scattered with pictures of band members and "emo" YouTubers and I wanted to, like, burn it all (I deleted a lot of them, but the less cringey ones are still there). And my username..? Oh man my username. Not gonna be able to live this one down, that's for sure. I'm going to stay until I'm 18, if I find the time to (which I should because cyber school isn't that time consuming so). Maybe the remnants of 12 year old Kristin are the bane of my existence, but I've made some nice memories here, and I'm looking forward to making many more. (:
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    AlphaT
    AlphaT posted in Debating:
    @Boysrock50  Do you mind if my response is lengthy?
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    Boysrock50
    Boysrock50 posted in Debating:
    "AlphaT" wrote:   1. He's building a wall to keep illegal immigrants out. Illegal immigrants are people who come into the United States without following our immigration laws. In other words, he's building a wall so that people will stop breaking the law.  2. He's hired many Muslims and has many Muslim friends. His ban on Muslims has recently changed, but even in its' original state, it was a temporary ban meant to combat radical Islam. Trump's Muslim policies have never had anything to do with thinking that all Muslims are bad, it's just that most terrorists are Muslim and a temporary Muslim ban would eliminate most of the terrorists coming into our country.  3. Business deals with politics, and perhaps we need someone who's not a politician? Many have become corrupt, have been found to blatantly lie to their people, have not kept their promises after being elected. If anything, the fact that Trump is successful and yet not a politician is even more of a reason to vote for him.  Honestly, I thought the whole "Trump hates Mexicans and Muslims" thing would have been over by now. It's so obvious that he doesn't hate them, all you have to do is listen to what he says.    1) Just a few issues with the wall, disregarding the purpose. Is the wall going to replace current fencing? There may be major breaches whilst the wall is under construction. Will Trump have permission to build on every inch of land the wall is to be placed upon? How do you expect Mexico to pay for it when they outright refused? The geography alone will not make it easy to build completely along the border. Do you not think the alienating Mexico will create a larger social divide between the two countries? Finally, the engineering alone behind the wall is so implausible, I don't think Trump himself realises just how difficult it will be. 2) "He has many Muslim friends" - Oh dear, the classic anti-racist comment. 'I'm not racist because I'm friends with blacks'. His current proposal is just as absurd as his original proposal. He wants to ban Muslims coming from countries with a terrorist past? (or has he changed his proposal yet again?). Let's see, that consists of almost every country in the world if you want to go back far enough. How far in the past does he want to look? He also mentioned that he wants to suspend immigration of the same people trying to enter countries with US alliance. What, does he plan on flying over and stopping Iraqis from entering the UK? That should be entertaining. This ban though... yes, you're preventing 'Muslim terrorists' from entering the US but you're also preventing 1.5 billion other Muslims from entering. That totally seems fair. Why don't you ban holiday makers from entering the US too, because 1 decided to commit murder in the past? You'll probably get a similar attacker-innocent ratio. 3) Can we stop with the whole idea that being able to run a business means you can run a country? If that were true the UK would have had Sir Alan Sugar in power years ago. He's not even an economist. He probably doesn't even know what a Current Account is. The government isn't a business. The US has a free market economy, not a command economy. Trump isn't going to be a salesman, he's going to be a Prime Minister. It's vital he knows his politics. He may have ideas that people love but he has no idea how to run a country. P.s. I really worry for America's future economy if their idea of a 'successful' businessman is someone who ends up piling on so much debt that his businesses reach bankruptcy. There are countless businessmen more successful than Trump that 90% of people haven't ever heard of. Trump loves to big himself up and so do his supporters. You're making the man sound far greater than he actually is and it's possibly going to cost you the future of your country.
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    AlphaT
    AlphaT posted in Debating:
    "KingShawn13" wrote:And now I ask how much of this was the fault of the Presidents before him and how much was actually his fault? It was entirely his fault, or the fault of his administration. The only thing you could blame Bush for is the war in Iraq, but even though Obama didn't start the war in Iraq, he ended it in the worst way possible. 
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    trinityac
    trinityac posted in General:
    Don't worry I felt the same way when getting back on this account. I had made it when I was about to turn 11. I am 15 now. Time changes a lot and I am definitely not the same person I was when starting kidzworld. I'm starting my Sophomore year after summer is over and honestly I'll probably try to stick to this website for as long as I can until they lock my account when I'm 18.  
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