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For a Rainy Day:
Jun 3rd, 2010 by Noodlenuts

One difficult I’ve noticed in dealing with children’s books is the lack of activity books (particularly really interesting ones) suitable for very young children. Indoors and outdoors, science and art–there are books here full of ideas and suggestions to get your preschoolers engaged and active and keep them busy anytime. Read the rest of this entry »

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Anti-Colouring Books
Jun 3rd, 2010 by Noodlenuts

The fantastic series listed here range from anti-colouring books (that is, colouring books with no lines to restrict kids’ imaginations, just ideas and suggestions and creative prompts), to complex patterns that stimulate visual perception and invite creative approaches to colouring.  These are the best of the best books that children can be encouraged to draw in!

(left: Wall Art Print Color Series by Elissa Hudson. See more of Elissa’s beautiful, playful nursery artwork at Elissa Hudson Illustration)

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