3 imaginative activity books

January 28, 2014

"everything you can imagine is real"

Last week, as we were walking through Waterloo station Anya turned to me and said ‘I can see a pigeon riding the escalator’ and then broke out in a fit of giggles and started to create a little story from this thought.  Of course there was no pigeon on any escalator but that’s the thing about kids imaginations, there are no bounds and this still amazes me each day.  I’m often thinking about how I can feed and develop her imagination and I always find myself turning to books – story books, activity books, drawing books, craft books – the whole lot.  On the weekend I decided to look for some fun books for Anya to create, imagine and play with and I found 3 that I loved:

"fingerprint art book for kids""fingerprint art activity book"

Let’s make some great fingerprint art by Marion Deuchars – you can create a range of patterns, letters, animals  and characters using just your fingers and ink.

"travel activity book for kids""travel drawing book for kids"

32 to ways to dress… a fox, a pig, a bunny and a cat series of books – these mini books let you come up with different ways to dress up the animals.  They’re small enough to take a long to a restaurant or for those long plane journeys.

"draw your own story books supereditions"

Draw your own stories by Supereditions – possibly my favourite, these books have the story written but no illustrations.  Your child gets to use their imagination to draw the pictures on every page.

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