Is your little one a budding Dynamo? Or perhaps you have a pint-sized-scientist with a dream of building their own robot?
Whatever your kids’ passions in life, books are a brilliant way of helping them realise their ambitions while being both fun and educational.
Both my sons, Oliver and Xander are huge fan of activity books. Hours of fun are hard working through each book – page by page, task by task, adventure by adventure.
As a family we travel a lot. Just last weekend we travelled down to London for a weekend of adventures and later this summer we’re planning a summer holiday to Turks and Caicos. Activity books are a great way to keep the kids entertained on our travels – they’re essentially a parent’s best friend. The journey will fly by and there’ll be no more cries of ‘are we there yet?!”.
Just last weekend we travelled down to London for a weekend of adventures and later this summer we’re planning a holiday abroad in the next few weeks. Activity books are a great way to keep the kids entertained on our travels – they’re essentially a parent’s best friend. The journey will fly by and there’ll be no more cries of ‘are we there yet?!”.
We were recently sent an amazing bundle of 5 activity books to review by The Salariya Book Company and I’m excited to announce that I have the same haul to giveaway to one lucky Honest Mum reader worth £34.95! Details of how to enter at the end of the post.
Here’s what the bundle contained:
Make Your Own Magic Tricks
This beautifully illustrated book is packed full of magic tricks and illusions that will impress the whole family. From card tricks to detachable thumbs (yikes!) your little one will never be short pf party tricks and is guaranteed to be the toast of the playground.
Mixed Up Robots
Budding inventors will love this book that allows kids to design and assemble their very own robots using household items such as laptops and musical instruments. The robots can be mixed and matched into whopping 32,768 different combinations – perfect for even the longest of journeys!
I love the quirky retro illustrations
You Wouldn’t Want To Be A Mammoth Hunter
Transporting kids back to prehistoric times, this fun book takes kids on miles and miles of adventures. Finding food…finding shelter….and then catching a mammoth! None of which is easy – especially in the Ice Age. The books narrative style and humorous illustrations allow the kids to connect with the characters as they head off on adventure together.
Build A Town
This super fun sticker book lets kids build their perfect town resulting in hours of fun! Think your town needs more trees? No problems? Two cinemas? Done! Each section features things to look for, find and count, along with fun facts and questions.
Fright Night: I’m Not Afraid Of The Dark
This book is great way to helps kids get over their fear of the dark. This humorous take follows the anxious adventures of a boy at nighttime as he begins to see scary monsters everywhere he looks. Eek!
Luckily with the help of his trusty torch, he’s able to discover that its simply his imagination running wild and that the creatures are merely furniture and household pets.
By pulling the book’s tabs, readers can replace the pictures of shadow-dwelling monsters with illuminated everyday objects. Happy days!
To win this amazing bundle of books simply enter via The Rafflecopter below
Ends midnight August 29th 2016.
No cash alternative.
If winner does not respond within 7 days from email sent, a new winner will be chosen.