Who has children who love stickers? And do your children also love Christmas? Then I have just the activity and sticker book for them! Christmas 4000 Stickers: Frosty, Festive and Fun! By Parragon will keep them busy for hours.
We’ve just become a Book Buddy for Parragon, which means every now and then we’ll be sharing a new book with you. How exciting!
Last week we received our copy of Christmas 4000 Stickers while we were out. I had a sneak peak, and then kept it a surprise until the next day for the children. When they opened it up after their work was done, they had such smiles on their faces.
This book is much more than just stickers, it includes 94 full-colour pages of fun activities to do, such as:
- Finish drawing the picture
- Crack the code
- Spot the differences
- Learn to draw
- And much more!
And of course there are the stickers! There are 8 pages of fun stickers in all shapes and sizes that can be used to complete scenes in the book, and any left-over can of course be used for other things.
There are also an additional 8 pages of small square stickers to use. These would be great for reward charts, letters, notes, Christmas card envelopes, and just about anything that could use some Christmas cheer.
The activities in Christmas 4000 Stickers vary in levels of difficulty. Some are very easy and would suit pre-schoolers, while others are more challenging and suit Tristan well at second grade. In our case, this means that both children are able to use this book.
Kallista has taken it to the library to work on while Tristan was at a book club, and it kept her busy and not so jealous that she’s still too young to join in.
Tristan has used this book at home while Kallista was making a bracelet for her pen-pal. Tristan would really like his own pen-pal, but until we find one for him, he can keep himself busy other ways, and stickers and activities are always a good distraction.
So if you’re looking for a gift or special treat for a young child on the lead up to Christmas, this will keep the kids happy and entertained for hours. With my own 2 kids, if each child does 2 pages each day in December they’ll finish the book for Christmas Eve – now doesn’t that sound like a lovely way to celebrate Advent without sugar?
Ps: If we send you a Christmas card this year, you’ll see some special stickers carefully placed in it with love from Tristan and Kallista.
If you know of someone who would enjoy their own copy of this wonderful book, here are some Amazon (affiliate) links to make it easy for you: