On the Farm Activity Book (Watch Me Read and Draw)
With Watch Me Read and Draw: On the Farm, kids can read a story and learn to draw 11 animals and objects from the farm, and then complete the tale with stickers!
What's better than reading and drawing? Doing them together, in the same book! The Watch Me Read and Draw book series is special because it blends two things together that kids love: reading and drawing!
It's easy and fun to learn to draw, especially when there's a story to read and lots of stickers. In Watch Me Read and Draw: On the Farm, a city mouse named Flynn visits his country-mouse cousin to discover everything that happens on a farm each morning. Throughout the story, readers will learn to draw a farm full of friendly animals, step by step. The step-by-step projects in this book will help young artists learn to draw a mouse, baby birds, a cow, a sheep, an owl, a pony, a cat, a pig, and a chicken, as well as a tractor and a barn!
Each page features easy-to-follow instructions for drawing all of the characters from the story, one step at a time. Basic shapes that kids will recognize make it easy to follow along and learn how to draw. The flip-out drawing pad also offers drawing prompts and simple shapes for a jump-start, making it enjoyable and fun to draw favorite farm animals. Plus, there's a whole bunch of colorful stickers inside to reward them as they complete the story along the way, and a farm scene at the end to make their very own! It's the perfect starter drawing book for kids who love to read and draw.
It’s a cute story book! No, wait, it’s a how-to-draw book! No, wait, it’s a drawing pad! And there are stickers too? As you open the tri-fold, the left and middle are a story book with step-by-step drawing instruction from the story. On the right is a drawing pad with the image started for you - perfect for the less-than-confident artist. The child can open the book and enjoy the colorful illustrations, then use it as a springboard for a drawing lesson, adding their own touch of creativity to the story. After finishing the drawing, add a sticker to the story page. A page at the end has a light background where they can draw and add stickers. A sweet certificate of accomplishment provides the final touch. That’s a lot of entertainment for not a lot of money. 8.5” x 11”. ~Sara