The Big Picture Interactive Bible Story Coloring and Activity Book

The Big Picture Interactive Bible Story Coloring and Activity Book is a great book for kids who like to color and do activity type worksheets. This large book has more than 200 coloring pages and more than 150 activity pages. This book is 384 pages total. It retails for 6.99 and I honestly thought it was a great buy for all of the fun things to do in this book. Along with the fun, kids are learning about Jesus and the Bible too.

The Big Picture Bible Story Coloring and Activity book starts out with a note to parents explaining the goal of this book--to turn our young people's hearts to Jesus. This book is also designed to stand alone or to be used in companion with the Big Picture Bible and related books. The second page of the activity book offers a Parent Connection page to do a devotion and ask questions with your children along with the book. Then this big book is divided into Old Testament and New Testament activities. Besides all of the coloring pages, the activity pages include word searches, crossword puzzles, hidden messages, secret codes to decipher, words to unscramble, mazes to do, matching games, fill in the blank story pages and more.

I would highly recommend this activity book for both the activities and the educational value of learning about the Bible and Jesus. Honestly, there is a lot of fun activities in this book recommended for children 4 to 8 years old, but I would say up to 10 or 12 years old. This would be a great rainy day activity book during the summer, great for travel for kids that like to stay busy in the car, and for any other time kids want to keep busy doing these fun and educational activities. It would also be a great book for grandparents to keep at their house too.

I received this book from Broadman and Holman Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for the book.


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