About the Activity Book

How does a snake see? How do architects design cities? Why does a tiger need stripes? To find out, open your activity book and start... studying? No, playing! The easiest way for a child to develop and to learn new things is through playing.

Activities with a storyline

Build a hut together, protect the island from pirates, design your own city... Your child will immediately want to start working, because each activity is a little adventure.

Educational topics

With the help of this activity book, your child will learn about the northern lights, the friendship between actinia and clown fish, how scientists recreate the appearance of dinosaurs... And many more informative, interesting facts.

Gradual increase in difficulty

Your child will practise spreading modelling clay on paper, learn how to make balls and sticks, and will also try to make more complicated shapes such as deer antlers, a shield and a sword.

Lots of stickers

Not only are stickers loved by all children, but their careful placement also helps develop fine motor skills.

This activity book contains 50 sturdy stickers, which you can safely remove and reposition without fear of them tearing.

Spiral binding

We have carefully designed the convenient spiral binding so that the book will open flat and will not bend or get in the way of activities. This is especially important for young children.

And at the end – a medal!

Completing a task is a great accomplishment, and it deserves a reward! Place the medal from the sticker page onto your little one’s T-shirt, or stick it on the fridge for everyone to see.

Useful Tips

What are the scissors for?

In some of the activities, your child will use scissors to cut the modelling clay into pieces. Children love doing this, and it also helps them practise working with scissors.

Choosing modelling clay

  • We suggest trying out different types of modelling clay or dough before choosing the one that works best for you and your child. We recommend softer types of modelling clay (e.g. light air dry modelling clay) for younger children.

  • The quality of the results might vary significantly depending on the materials you use.

  • When purchasing a modelling clay set, make sure it includes white, black, grey and brown in addition to the normal more brightly coloured clay.

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