On the Train Activity Book
Includes puzzles, quizzes, and drawing activities!
by Steve Martin
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 07 Apr 2020 | Archive Date 30 Mar 2020
Quarto Publishing Group - Ivy Kids, Ivy Kids
This fun and engaging fill-in book for readers aged 6+ is packed with a variety of interesting activities, including puzzles, mazes, quizzes, dot-to-dots and drawing tasks.
Fully integrated text and illustrations mean that each spread is bright, vibrant, and begging to be completed. As readers work through the activities, they’ll learn some interesting train facts along the way. How fast do Japanese bullet trains go? Where in the world does The Ghan train operate? And what’s a funicular railway?
Brimming with creative activities and entertaining games, On the Train Activity Book will compliment any train journey.
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 2 members
Sometimes it can be nice for kids to do something that is not screen related when traveling. This book reminds me of the kinds of amusements that were available before ipads; there is a place for this kind of book that I think will keep kids entertained while at home or on the go. This fun looking book is filled with activities and puzzles. There are spot the difference puzzles, matching games, mazes, dot to dots, coloring, quizzes and more. The activities are packed into a brightly illustrated book sure to provide hours of fun. Think about this book for a child you know who is in early to mid elementary school. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this title in exchange for an honest review.
There are still children out there who will love this activity book. It has a unique selling point, it exists, it has texture, it smells of paper, it’s sticky from the sticky fingers that hold it, it’s real!!! Okay, so my pre publication copy is on my ipad, but, I would buy it for a young child on a long train journey. I’m not a young child but, I still nearly missed my stop doing the first ‘spot the difference’ puzzle. Nine out of ten. I found all the hard one’s and missed the cloud!