Colour Me In! An Activity Book by Okido
  

Synopsis

Colour Me In! An Activity Book by Okido

This is a hands-on activity book jam-packed with fill-in, on-the-page games and puzzles, including: doodles, counting, spotting, sorting, colouring, dot-to-dot, spot the difference and matching up. This is a bumper book that features all the classic activities that children love but with a quirky OKIDO twist. Play germ sudoku by completing the grid of bacteria; make an elegator; turn fruit and vegetables into superheroes; draw pictures of body sounds such as burps, whistles and rumbling tummies; match the monsters to their footprints. In the spirit of all OKIDO projects, the activities stimulate creativity and inspire interest in the sciences as well as being fun.

Reviews

Over 100 pages to color in, plus mazes, puzzles, dot-to-dot, and games, all with a quirky twist.

About the Author

OKIDO is an innovative group of designers, illustrators and authors, who create and art-and-science magazine of the same name for young children. Dr Sophie Dauvois teaches university level science, and Rachel Ortas is an illustrator and artist-in-residence at Central Saint Martins.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Okido
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Publisher

Thames & Hudson Ltd

Publication date

5th August 2013

ISBN

9780500650172


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