Sticker Stories: At the Zoo
With Sticker Stories: At the Zoo, kids tell their own zoo stories with drawing exercises and 150+ stickers!
The zoo is filled with so many colorful characters, from lions, tigers, and bears, to gorillas, hippos, and monkeys, and there are so many stories just waiting to be told. Sticker Stories: At the Zoo gives kids a chance to tell these stories themselves! This unique activity book features fun story prompts and colorful scenes to complete. With more than 150 stickers and some simple step-by-step drawing lessons to make zoo scenes, Sticker Stories: At the Zoo is a fun, interactive book that provides hours of entertainment.
Grab some drawing paper, pencils, an eraser, crayons, a copy of Sticker Stories: At the Zoo, and some imagination, and encourage your child make some zoo scenes! Children will first fill the story pages with stickers to complete the scenes. After that, they can follow the simple steps to practice drawing zoo animals. This book shows how to draw a penguin, a ball, a koala, a toucan, an elephant, a monkey, and a panda. The final step is to combine stickers and drawings on the scene page near the end to make their own zoo adventures!
Featuring Nila Aye's cheerful, retro-modern illustrations and simple step-by-step drawing instruction, this book encourages imagination and creative play by allowing kids to tell their own stories and express themselves through drawing. The simple prompts and colorful stickers will have young creative types telling tall tales and learning to draw in no time. Its the perfect jump-start intostorytelling and drawing for young authors and artists!
The Sticker Stories series of books is one that should appeal to primary age children. The simple instructions for how to use the book, and the materials needed are listed in the beginning of each volume. Each title includes over 150 stickers to use within the pages of the book. They are used as an activity to go along with brief sentence stories. These appear to be simple items that you are likely to already own, like drawing paper and crayons. There are also several pages of simple instructions for using shapes to draw objects. These books could be a great place for youngsters to practice following instructions on paper, or simply enjoy being creative. 24 pgs, pb. ~Judy