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  • Zoo Animals Coloring Book & Crayons
  • Zoo Animals Coloring Book & Crayons

Zoo Animals Coloring Book & Crayons

  • Recommended Age: 1 Year Old
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$14.99
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Description


Block crayons are stackable crayons for little hands. Designed for pre-schoolers, the stackable Block Crayons combine two of shildren's favorite activities, building and coloring, into one.

Block Crayons are safe and user friendly for children age 1 and older. With block crayon, children can draw, associates images, and improve dexterity, making it an excellent choice for parents of growing children.

48 page illustrated coloring book with 5 block crayons.


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Why Our Experts Love It


Ahh, the art of coloring.

We love it. And we love that art is a great way to let the kids inspire themselves.

Not to mention, it really helps build dexterity in their hands. This farm coloring book is a great way to teach the kids about their colors and zoo animals!
  • Beginning artists think BIG! They love to see huge splashes of color cover the page. These block crayons are perfect for making a big impact and perfect for little hands to hold.
  • Your child will begin with a few simple shapes—first squiggles, then vertical lines, horizontal lines and circles.
  • Soon your little Picasso will learn to copy or trace shapes (use a paper cup or cookie cutters for him/her to trace around). He’ll/she’ll also begin to use more than just his/her favorite color. You can draw a rainbow to show your child what different colors look like next to each other.
  • In no time your child will begin to use simple shapes to draw recognizable pictures. Don’t label his pictures for him/her. Instead ask your little one to tell you what he/she drew. You may be surprised at the answer you get.
  • Teach your child numbers by writing them on a piece of paper. Have your toddler repeat the names of the numbers with you. Then see if he/she can copy the numbers you have drawn.  As he/she gains confidence with number recognition you can say a number aloud and ask him/her to draw it.
  • You can also work on letter recognition with your child by writing them on a piece of paper. Have your toddler repeat the names of the letters with you. Then see if he/she can copy the letters you have drawn.  As he/she gains confidence, you can say a letter aloud and ask him/her to draw it.
  • Reinforce this learning by drawing a picture that goes with the letter, like D for dog or C for cat.  Then have your child color in the picture by asking for a specific color and see if he/she gets it right.
  • Your child can collaborate with you or a friend to create one picture. Each child can use a different color or create consecutive lines. Now that’s teamwork!
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards