The Old Testament Aqua Brush Color-With-Water Activity book: Helps children quietly engage with the scriptures on their level. Learn about Adam and Eve, Noah and the Ark, Queen Esther, and Moses Parting the Red Sea. Cardboard pages are reusable so you can paint over and over again. You will want to take this everywhere: in the car, on the airplane, to church, to the doctor's office, or anywhere else you need to entertain your child.
GOSPEL LEARNING: Each book is designed to engage kids with the scriptures in four ways. First they paint the scripture scene, then they find the hidden images. As they grow older they can also read about the story and ponder the questions to build understanding. Spiritually, this is a great, mess-free, activity best for kids from 3 to 5 years old.
3 WAYS TO DEVELOP YOUNG MINDS:
1. Practice Fine Motor Skills while painting over and over
2. Develop Cognitive Skills to find hidden pictures
3. Use Verbal Skills to process questions about each scene
EASY TO USE: The chunky Aqua Brush is easy to fill with just a little bit of water so your child can paint with water.
NO MESS: Forget the messy markers, crayons, pens and pencils that fall everywhere and ruin your furniture. With this book all you need is your Aqua Brush that is included and a little bit of water to paint these magical gospel scenes.
REUSABLE: Paint each scene with water, let it dry, and then paint again for endless fun.
DESIGNED TO TRAVEL: The compact size makes it easy to include in a purse, backpack or diaper bag. Use a water bottle or drinking fountain to fill the Aqua Brush, and your artist is ready to go.
BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS: Each scene was especially created to engage young minds with bright colors, surprising hidden things, and fun characters.
This is a must have in every mama’s to-go bag.
My kids love the Kanga aqua brush activity books! They will do them over and over again and still get excited every two. The quality is great and they dry quickly for reuse.We love using them for a quiet Sunday activity.
My grandchildren use them at church to keep them occupied after the sacrament during sacrament meeting. Ages 3 and 6. They love them.