Friday, October 7, 2016

A Christmas Fun Book for Kinders

Again, I grew up on The Berenstain Bears (but I don't remember it like this). But they have come out with some cute books and activity books. This is one of them.

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The Berenstain Bears Christmas Fun Sticker and Activity Book is going to make a great present for my youngest child, who is going to be six before Christmas day. Meaning he is still five but will be turning six in the next couple of months.

It is meant for ages 4-8 years old. It also has all kinds of puzzles and counting in it as well. During winter break, this is definitely appreciated in an activity book. It also has 50 reusable stickers. I am just hoping they stay in the book and don't wonder out of the book itself.

There are colouring pages, crossword puzzles, counting, word searches, Phonics pages, and so much more.

This is very cute and I am glad I get to review it. Now, this is something that I wouldn't get for my middle child is doesn't believe in Jesus but my other two do. We are a household that allows our children to come to faith on their own. No matter what that faith is. Because at the end of the day it is a personal choice.

If we as adults struggle with faith, and we do, I do, then we can assume by every right that so do kids. Right now, I am struggling with it. I know I believe in God and I am spiritual. Not sure how that looks right now though. My oldest son is more defined in his faith of God and Christianity than most kids his age because that was a choice for him. I can't stand the label of Christian, and maybe it's the label. Maybe it's not. I don't know. My youngest is more indifferent and I believe his believes in God. He tends to like those kinds of books read to him.

But because I know this is something my youngest child would like, it is a good thing to review. This is an activity book with substance on the mere surface of how it is delivered. It is done in taste and done well. I appreciate that about this book.

Keeping the kids busy during the break and building their reading skills, their art skills, and just allowing them to do it in a fun way is appreciated and this book does that!

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