Our last entry focused on special moments you can share while teaching little ones valuable lessons about food and cooking. This time around, we've compiled our favorite activity and interactive books for kids from our bookish family at Sourcebooks Kids.
Setting time aside to sit, chat, and create together is a wonderful way to spend quality time. Creating crafts and dedicating days to DIY with your little one leaves you with a cherished, homemade keepsake and memories of moments together to be remembered forever.
A lifetime love for drawing starts here—My First Learn-to-Draw activity workbooks are perfect for kids ages 3 to 6!
Featuring clearly-illustrated steps and space for the child to create their own drawings, this wipe-clean learning activity workbook helps budding young artists to perfect their skills.
• 25 things that go projects featuring only 4 simple steps to create: tractors, airplanes, cars, trucks, and many more
There's so much more to explore. Shop the whole series:
Discover the magic. Conquer the challenges. Catch the fun! Packed with over 75 awesome activities for hours of screen-free fun inspired by the How to Catch Series.
• Learn-to-draw all 12 magical creatures in the How to Catch series
• Illustrated, step-by-step STEM traps
• Simple recipes with STEAM connections
• Hilarious hidden picture and spot the difference puzzles
• Marvelous mazes and dot-to-dots
• Creative coloring pages and complete the story activities to inspire the imagination
• ...and a special How to Catch Club certificate in the back!
From the author/illustrator of Ten on a Twig comes an interactive picture book for toddlers that counts down a school of fish, color by color, perfect for fans of Eric Carle books.
In this hysterical, deceptively simple picture book, ten little fish are minding their own business when a much bigger fish comes up behind them. As the die-cut pages turn, he eats them one by one, until the littlest fish takes a dramatic stand!
Larry is always up to something silly! Shop his adventures:
Lovable Larry the monster is up to his usual shenanigans in this bedtime spinoff from USA Today bestselling author Bill Cotter! A great read-aloud, interactive board book that kids will go back to time and again.
Larry's had a busy day, but now it's time to go to bed. Larry knows he shouldn't push the button…but he can't resist one tap before going to sleep. Or maybe two…or three! Each push helps him get ready to cuddle up for the night.
Beautiful, Vivid Art with Die-Cute Pages
Play Your Way Through a Nighttime Routine