Friday, 15 April 2016

Creativity Books with Carlton Kids

When it comes to books Blake has quite a collection of different types from general story books, lift and flap books and touch-y feel-y ones. He loves to sit on my lap and listen to me read to him on a daily basis and I make it part of his routine during the day to have story time. He has recently started getting into his sticker book which one of his friends got him for his first birthday so when I was given the option of choosing a few kids books from Carlton Kids I chose some creativity books as they will be ideal for him as he gets older. 

The ones I chose are the monster creativity, dinosaur creativity and the cars, trains and planes creativity books. These are all themes I know that Blake will love. He is especially into cars, trains and planes at the moment. 

The books include: 
  • Drawing Fun 
  • Puzzles and Games
  • Mazes 
  • stencils 
  • reusable stickers
At the moment I feel Blake is too young for most of the activities in them but I feel he will be able to have fun with the stickers and possibly the stencils once he is a little older. 




Carlton Books have a fab range of books that are suitable for boys and girls and I would recommend you check them out.  Do your little ones love books like these? 

25 comments:

  1. These books look great. Have not seen them before. We have a few of the Usborne books

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  2. When I was a kid I loved all things dragons and monsters; so these would have been perfect for a younger Zoe x

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  3. I do love these kinds of books but i wish they would make some of the activities more age appropriate sometimes. I find that my boys tend to complete colouring pages and use the stickers but leave everything else. xxx

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  4. They look fabulously fun - I love the idea of the dragon one!

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  5. My children really enjoy these kinds of activity books - although like you say, sometimes it can be difficult getting ones that are age-appropriate for the younger children. Sticker books are always a hit for us x

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  6. Ooo these look good! I will have to get some for my daughter xx

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  7. This looks fun! Activity books are so handy to have. I like to keep them too, especially when travelling. I take one out when T gets really bored, like waiting to board a plane :) Dean of Little Steps

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  8. These sounds good! I like the illustrations on them :) x

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  9. These look great for when Lucas is older, lots to keep him entertained c

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  10. These would keep my nephews busy for hours!

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  11. I really love activity books. They allow you to always have something to do.

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  12. These look like fabulous activity books - perfect for rainy days

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  13. My little sister is a very creative kid so she would love the Carlton kids books. I think it is important to foster creativity from a young age!

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  14. These sound brilliant, my nephew would love the activity books

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  15. I've never seen these books before but they sound like a great idea!

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  16. I have never heard of these books before, my two toddlers love books too and we have loads of them. I am hoping they inherit my love of books x

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  17. These look like something to hide away for a boring rainy day

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  18. Pam Francis Gregory17 April 2016 at 21:23

    They love the drawing!

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  19. These books look like great fun for little ones.

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  20. When Jenny was in hospital she developed a love for these sticker books. She still loves them! Lots of fun.

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  21. These books look fab! Love the activities and how bright and eye-catching they look!

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  22. Looks like great fun for little ones

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  23. Pam Francis Gregory18 April 2016 at 21:08

    These books look fantastic fun!

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  24. One of my boys is into stickers but the youngest isn't quite old enough yet at 19 months. My eldest loves activity books like these though. Keeps him quiet for ages. x

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  25. My eldest loves books like these, but unfortunately has the attention span of a gnat! x

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