[Ebook] ↠ The Geek Dads Guide to Weekend Fun Author Ken Denmead – Pccare247.us

The Geek Dads Guide to Weekend Fun A Fresh Batch Of Geeky Weekend Science Projects For The Whole Family To Enjoy Ken Denmead Struck A Chord With Parents And Kids Across America With His GeekDad Blog On Wired.com, Which Receives Than One Million Page Views Per Month His Debut Book, Geek Dad, Was On Bestseller Lists And In Its Seventh Printing Just Two Months After Hitting Store Shelves With The Geek Dad S Guide To Weekend Fun, Ken Denmead Keeps The Nerdtastic Novelties Coming, With Projects That Teach Readers How To Build Homemade Robots From Scratch Write And Direct Simple Stop Motion Movies Hack Into Mechanical Toys To Add Cool Electronic Twists, And United By The Premise That To Really Understand Science And How Something Works You Must Design And Build It Yourself Or Remake It Better, Geek Parents Everywhere Will Celebrate This Latest Installment Of Weekend Workshop Wonders.

[Ebook] ↠ The Geek Dads Guide to Weekend Fun  Author Ken Denmead – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Geek Dads Guide to Weekend Fun
  • Ken Denmead
  • English
  • 20 January 2017
  • 1592406440

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ The Geek Dads Guide to Weekend Fun Author Ken Denmead – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    The book is fun to read, and it s interesting to imagine doing the projects, but I was not inspired to put any of them into action.


  2. says:

    First, let s start with terms Over the past 5 10 years or so the words geek and nerd have been conflated to mean one thing This is unfortunate because they re actually two different things So you can be a geek or a nerd or a geek and a nerd or a nerd who s sort of geeky or a geek who s sort of nerdy, but the two concepts related to geekdom and nerdom are just that two separate concepts.So nerds tend to be really intelligent people who are obsessed with complex sorts of hobbies mathemati First, let s start with terms Over the past 5 10 years or so the words geek and nerd have been conflated to mean one thing This is unfortun...


  3. says:

    What I loved about this book is that geeky moms like me will have just as much fun with these projects and the pop culture references as the dads.Projects vary in scope, with ideas for just about every age level While most of the projects are the hands on building type, there are also some inventive activities for little tots, like geeky variations on This Little Piggy Lord of the Rings themed for example The majority of the projects though are for grade school kids, but could be adapted What I loved about this book is that geeky moms like me will have just as much fun with these projects and the pop culture references as the dads.Projects vary in scope, with ideas for just about every age level While most of the projects are the hands on building type, there are also some inventive activities for little tots, like geeky variations on This Little Piggy Lord of the Rings themed for example The majority of the projects though are for grade school kids,...


  4. says:

    Read as an E galleyI love the Geek Dad books I bought the first one for my husband for Christmas and I ve already pre ordered this one for Father s Day I m excited to see that there s a third one on the way I like that some of the projects in this one are friendlier for younger children than the first book I can see now that we ll be making the modified...


  5. says:

    Even though I am not a dad, I am a geek, and one day I hope to have kids that I can share projects like the ones in this book with Some of the projects are not within my interest, or tendto the masculine side of things hence Geek DAD and not Geek MOM but on the whole they would appeal to either gender, kids and adults.My only gripe about this book is that it could ...


  6. says:

    A pretty great collection of short, geeky activities that can be done over a few hours Range from the simple making a supperhero cape, making medieval weapons to thecomplicated making a zip line with a camera attachment The author provides estimates on time required, difficulty, cost, and even a shopping list so you re not wandering around RadioShack aimlessly There s pretty detailed instructions, and some ideas for extending the project.I can t say I m going to try all of them, but A prett...


  7. says:

    I received this for Christmas and i m looking forward to working on several of the projects My only beef with the book is the cost of the better projects I just wish there would have been a fewhacks.


  8. says:

    Fun craft ideas and silly prose to boot Not bad


  9. says:

    some fun ideas


  10. says:

    First one was better, but this one had some fun ideas

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