Project Kid: Crafts That Go!

60 Imaginative Projects That Fly, Sail, Race, and Dive


By Amanda Kingloff

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Thomas the Tank Engine. Hot Wheels. Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel. Richard Scarry’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go. Kids’ fascination with vehicles is insatiable. In Project Kid: Crafts That Go!, that excitement is translated into more than 60 inventive craft projects for parents to make with and for their children.

The book is organized into seven chapters: City, Rails, Sky, Space, Water, Country, and Dirt. There are police cars and ice cream trucks; circus trains and submarines; helicopters, rocket ships, cement mixers, and school buses. And because the car-obsessed kid doesn’t just want a new vehicle to play with—he wants a racetrack, his very own driver’s license, maybe even a child-sized gas station—each chapter includes not only toys but also thematic clothing, decor, accessories, and more. Projects feature clear instructions and step-by-step photographs wherever they are needed, easy for both kids and non-crafty adults to understand.


  • “Full of toys to make with your kids. Talk about maximum play value!”
    FamilyFun magazine

    “Amanda’s purposeful design of each project guarantees that every boy and girl will have success. . . . We of course expected nothing less from a mother of two who has delivered creative content to millions of parents for more than a decade. We’re giving Project Kid: Crafts That Go! five glued and glittered gold stars!”
    —from the foreword by Jonathan and Rachel Faucett, founders of Handmade Charlotte

On Sale
Sep 6, 2016
Page Count
272 pages

Amanda Kingloff

Amanda Kingloff

About the Author

Amanda Kingloff is the author of Project Kid: Crafts That Go! and the former lifestyle director at Parents magazine, where she oversaw all DIY content for the brand. Before joining Parents, Kingloff worked for lifestyle personality Katie Brown, producing and starring in Katie Brown Workshop on PBS, co-writing and co-crafting Katie Brown’s Weekends and Katie Brown’s Outdoor Entertaining, ghostwriting Brown’s New York Times syndicated column, and more. She has appeared on Good Morning America, ABC News Now, Lifetime’s I Do Diaries: Beg, Borrow, and Steal, and many local television news programs. She lives with her husband and two children in Brooklyn, New York.

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