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Have hours of fun with this Ultimate Colouring and Activity book, starring Anakin, Obi-Wan, Ahsoka and your favourite characters from the TV series. 48 pages of colouring-in and activity fun to sharpen your Jedi skills.
Soft cover. 48 pages.
Suits ages 5 years and over.
With lots of star wars fans in my family I was pleased to be able to review the Star Wars The Clone Wars - Ultimate Colouring and Activity Book. As there is so many Star Wars fans in the family even my 3 year old niece loves Star Wars so even though the book is 5 plus I knew she would probably enjoy it as well.
When the book arrived and I looked through it I instantly knew both my nieces aged 11 years and 3 years would enjoy it and it was something they could do together. Miss 11 on the puzzles and Miss 3 the pictures. I like how there was a nice mix of both throughout the book it means younger Star wars fans don't have to miss out.
While some of the puzzles are really simple there are a number of slightly harder ones in there to make it a little more challenging. I really liked the mix of puzzles it had a little of everything mazes, word finds, connect the dots and lots of different word games.
The book has been well enjoyed by everyone who's had a chance to colour a picture or do a puzzle and I know it will continue to be a popular activity for a while yet as there's still so many bits to do. I was really impressed with the book as a lot of colouring and activity books are very thin and have very little to them. Star Wars The Clone Wars - Ultimate Colouring and Activity Book is certainly good value for money!
My husband is a HUGE Star Wars fans and so naturally my two girls are wanting to get in to it also. They have seen the "Lego Star Wars" movies and my husband is toying with the idea of letting them watch one of the Star Wars movies on May 4th "Star Wars International Day."
This book came at the perfect time - school holidays. My daughter started school this year and is learning to read and write so the activities were ideal for her age level. It has a lot of colouring in pages which were great for both of my girls five and when allowed my two year old. Connect the Dots, Spot the Difference, Mazes a lot she was able to do by herself. One thing I was really impressed with is there is an activity which has different symbols which represent the alphabet and she done it all by herself.
Only a couple of the puzzles were a little above her but on a whole this book was ideal for her age and ability. It is based on the Clone Wars a series which my husband has watched and my daughter has seen bits of so she was aware of most of the characters probably more so than I am. She is taking immense delight in showing him the pictures she has coloured in each day when he returns from work and I am really impressed with how much care she is taking with the book.
This would be ideal for anyone who has little ones just started out with school, a huge Star Wars fan and loves to colour in.
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