Friday, September 14, 2012

"The Beginner's Bible Super-Duper Mighty Jumbo Coloring & Activity Books" Review

The Beginner’s Bible is a popular children’s Bible that has been around for a while from Zondervan. I have not actually read this children’s Bible, but I have read a couple of single-story softcover books that were taken from The Beginner’s Bible (Jesus Feeds the Hungry and Jesus Heals the Sick), and I enjoyed them. When I requested to review those story books, Zondervan also graciously sent me The Beginner’s Bible Super-Duper Mighty Jumbo Coloring and Activity Books to review as well.

For more information about these books, click on the pictures below.


These books all came at a great time, too, because I had just started looking for a simple preschool-level Bible activity book that I could use along with my Bible reading time with my three-year-old daughter. So far, this has worked out really well. We read a chapter of the Bible that correlates with one of the coloring pages or several of the activity pages, and then we color or work on the pages together.

My daughter likes to color, but she likes the activity pages even more. There are dot-to-dots, word searches, mazes, matching, and even pages where you can trace and learn letters and numbers. The coloring pages are good, too, and are done in the same manner as The Beginner’s Bible (which I thought was a bit cartoon-y for a book, but it’s good for coloring pages).

As far as value, these books are excellent. They are each $5.99, but there are 384 pages in each book. And to use it as we are – as kind of a preschool Bible curriculum – it’s a really good deal.

I would recommend these Bible coloring and activity books as a fun way for preschoolers to learn even more about God’s Word.
I will give this coloring book and this activity book ... 4 ½ BookWorms!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Zondervan Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this is accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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