The Christmas Promise Colouring and Activity Book

Colouring, puzzles, mazes and more

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Colouring and activity book based around 'The Christmas Promise'

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Description

32 pages of colouring, puzzles, mazes and activities for Christmas.

Use alongside The Christmas Promise to discover exactly how God kept His Christmas Promise by sending his New, Forever, Rescuing King.

Awesome present for parents, godchildren, and anyone who can hold a pencil/crayon/paintbrush!

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Specification

Age range: 3 - 7
Author Catalina Echeverri
ISBN 9781784980139
Format Paperback
First published 2015
Dimensions 210mm x 297mm x 2.1mm
Language English
Pages 32
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

“Fun Christmas poster”

(Review written for 'The Christmas Promise Giant Colouring Poster')

My children have had a lot of fun colouring in this poster- it has taken up several hours and reminded them of who Jesus is and His birth at Christmas.


17/12/2016

“good variety and pleanty of Nativity images to draw and discuss.”

I gave 2 of these books to my grandchildren before Christmas as an advent gift. They are 5 and 7 and immediately got involved in the drawing and puzzles. There is a good variety of activities and the pictures give plenty of opportunities for talking about Jesus


14/12/2015

“A good way to get the kiddos into the Christmas spirit”

So I will confess I was a bit dubious when I received The Christmas Promise: Colouring and Activity Book. It felt a bit thin and I wondered just how engaged my kiddos would be when I asked them to have a go. This instinct was about right for my 9 year old who only gave this book a quick flick through. But for my 6 year old The Christmas Promise: Colouring and Activity Book was pure gold. The puzzles and colouring tasks are pitched just right for him. He was captivated by this book, and it transported him into his own little imaginative world. While he coloured I would ask Bible content questions, which he was more than happy to answer because the questions corresponded with the activity he was doing at the time. But to be honest, most of the time he was happy to just engage with this book on his own. When I wasn't looking, he began to evangelise his younger brother (age 2) using the pictures he had drawn as a prompt.

Our son worked through the whole book in about 2 sessions, so there is a pretty short shelf-life to this edition. I guess my only request would be that it was a bit longer, but for £3 it’s about what one would expect. All in all, this is a good Saturday morning’s worth of fun and a good way to get the kiddos into the Christmas spirit.

I was given this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


25/11/2015

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