These activity books for preschoolers will encourage your child to be creative. There are so many fun ways that preschoolers can learn before they formally enter school. Making the learning process fun means your child will enjoy learning throughout their life. I received product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
3 Activity Books for Preschoolers
Spring is here and that means it’s time for warm weather, flowers, and reading in the grass. You can celebrate spring with your child with these fun and exciting activity books.
Press Out and Play from The World of Eric Carl
Color in the card pieces, press them out and then slot them together to make animals from the Eric Carle stories. Read the fun pages and practice growling like Brown Bear, crawling like The Very Hungry Caterpillar, stomping like an elephant, and lots more.
This is a fun activity book that will encourage your child to use their imagination. They’ll be able to color in each press out animal and then use their imagination as they play with them. The activity book includes 6 crayons to color with and there are 7 different animal models.
Peppa’s Puzzles from Peppa Pig
It’s time for some puzzle fun with Peppa Pig and all her friends! Lead Peppa along the muddy puddle path, color in George’s dress-up costumes, help Mummy Pig collect the groceries, and lots more!
This book contains puzzles, coloring pages, games and more. There are over 40 different activities for your child to complete in this book. It also includes a fun Peppa Pig straw for your child to use. I really love the bright colors that were used in this activity books.
Marshall Saves the Day from Paw Patrol
Marshall wants to win the trophy for Fastest Fire Pup, but he’s not feeling very confident. Luckily, the PAW Patrol is here to help! Will Marshall beat the clock, and bring home the prize? This storybook contains a totally pup-tastic bag tag, perfect for any PAW Patrol fan.
This is a gorgeous hardcover storybook that your child will be able to read and then use their imagination with. While Chase turns on his siren, ask your child to make the siren noise. Let your child race their fire truck along with Chase as he speeds to the next activity. They will love having their very own bag tag too.
Which of these activity books for preschoolers do you think your child would enjoy more? Check out my other children’s book reviews.