Color & Pop-up Animals
Pages: 8 spreads + pops
Coloring and pop-ups, together at last! First, color the animals in the eight double-page spreads. Then find the pop-up parts in the folder in the back of the book. Color them, then press them out. Fold and glue to the spreads as directed. Presto! You’ve made your own pop-ups!
Across the USA Activity Book
Age: 6 and up
Draw, sticker and play (and learn!) your way across the USA! Word
searches, matching games, letter scrambles and more, highlight
everything from state mottoes and famous monuments to natural wonders
and roadside attractions to make this a road trip to remember!
Discover the essential skills required on the way to becoming a computer coding expert in this innovative activity book, encouraging imaginative play and problem solving. The fresh, contemporary artwork helps to make basic coding concepts accessible.
Do you dream of taking to the skies as a pilot and flying high above the clouds? Enroll at Pilot Academy to learn skills used by real-life helicopter, airline, and jet pilots, such as how to navigate, take off and land aircraft, test your hand-eye coordination, make a roto-copter, and lots more.
Learn all about the skills you need to be a primary care doctor or surgeon, including how to work out what’s wrong with your patient, what different organs and bones do, how to take a pulse, and how an X-ray machine works. So grab your stethoscope and start your training!
This is Not Another Math Book: A Smart Activity Book
A smart art activity book in which readers learn incredible math facts
while creating beautiful designs. Perfect for kids of all ages with an
artistic bent who think that math is dry and boring, and math
enthusiasts who want to discover new ways to be creative.
The age-appropriate drawing and writing exercises in this book will help the child to define and understand their feelings, deal with emotions, and discover paths to happiness, peace, and positivity.
The supportive activities in this book are designed to tackle child anxiety and stress, help the child to work out how and why they feel worried, encourage them to talk to others about their worries (if they want to), and feel calmer.