I Can Do That! Activity Books ~ The Review Stew
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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

I Can Do That! Activity Books

A product was given for review for my honest opinion. No other compensation was given.

Summer is here and parents everywhere are stockpiling games, activities, and great ideas for keeping their kids occupied an engaged. And now that school is starting soon (or has already!) you can also continue the learning at home with 3 new activity books that are budget-friendly, imaginative, and perfect for preschoolers who are bursting with creativity and eager to show off their independence.

I Can Do That! activity books are filled with fun, super-easy activities that empower children 3 and up to create amazing art, make cool paper-folding projects, and master mazes and other puzzles with adorable stickers.

These three charming interactive books are popular in Japan. And they are now available for the first time in the U.S.

They are:
• great for boosting skills over the summer
• ideal for rainy day play and quiet time
• perfect to pack for any car ride, flight, or train trip
• budget-friendly (and beloved) birthday gifts and thank-you gifts

Check out more about each activity book below:


The illustrations of food, animals, clothing, and vehicles by La ZOO are designed to get little ones to use their imaginations—and their fine motor muscles. Who wouldn’t want to decorate their dream donut or give a zebra its stripes. Wipe-off pages hold crayon beautifully and can be wiped clean easily with a paper towel so little artists can make their mark again and again. (Wet erase and dry-erase markers also work on the pages.)


Children as young as 3 years old can follow simple instructionsfor cutting and folding to transform an elephant into a teapot, make a hippo roar, or turn a car into a dessert. The activities are clever and surprising and help to build focus, encourage children to follow sequential directions, and enhance fine motor skills.


Matching and counting games, mazes, picture puzzles, and other fun activities will keep preschoolers entertained for hours. What’s more, these value-packed pages help children ages 3 to 5 build problem-solving, number sense, fine motor, and reasoning skills while they play. Plus, the 350 reusable stickers in the book can be enjoyed again and again.

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