Subject: Games, Mazes, Bible Stories
Age 3+, 72 pages
$11.69 (hardback/spiral bound)
About the book:
Wipe clean and start again! Seventy-two pages of wipe clean fun activities with a short Bible story at the top of each page and the related activity below.
Help children learn while discovering their favorite Bible stories through mazes, dot to dots, spot the mistake, and many more. The laminated pages can be wiped clean for use again and again and includes a felt-tip pen so children can get started right away.
This is a really cute little book. I have tried during the spring and early summer to sit down with Connor (5) to work on Dot to Dot's and Mazes and he has always said "they are to hard" or "I don't want to do these". Until 4 year old Jace came over for a playdate and fell in love with this book. LOL (nothing like a little jealousy and seeing another kid pick up your book hmmm?) Jace has not been to preschool yet and I don't think he has really heard any Bible Stories at home and yet he connected to the book right away. Jace particularly loves doing the mazes.
So, this week Connor and I have been doing a few pages every day as well as reading a Bible Story or two from the Classic Children's Bible and then trying to work on a few preschool pages from a workbook. It's been really nice having an activity book to extend our Bible Time even just a little. Usually Connor is up for doing 4-6 pages and then he is ready for something else.
The Wipe Clean Activity book has big beautiful pages full of bright fun colors. The illustrations are really cute and fun to look at. At the top of each page is a 4-5 sentence paragraph that mentions what the page is about and then there are instructions for the kids to follow. You'll find mazes, dot to dots, what's different type pages as well as coloring and finish the picture type activities. It's perfect for small hands to hold on their lap while working on the pages. We are planning on keeping this book in the car and possibly even in a bag of activities when I have Dr Appts or other things where there might be a wait for a little while.
Disclaimer: I was offered a copy of the book to read and review on CCB. I was not required to have a positive review and no $$ exchanged hands. Thanks for reading CCB.