Wipe Clean Activity Book 2 By Juliet David

Wipe Clean Activity Book 2
Juliet David
Candle Books (2010)
ISBN 9781859858448
Reviewed by Max Aures (age 4) and Mom for Reader Views (09/10)

“Wipe Clean Activity Book 2” is a biblical-based workbook containing various activities such as dot-to-dots, mazes, and drawing.

Max:

“I like books that you can write in and then erase with a paper towel.  You can do them over again.  Or maybe my brother wants to do the book too!  My favorite part of the book was following the lines to get the people to the other people.  I liked the dot-to-dot fish too!”

Parent’s comments:

My son had a lot of fun with the “Wipe Clean Activity Book 2.”  On the back it says that “most good quality felt-tip pens and crayons can be used on the laminated pages in this book.”  We used dry-erase markers and the writing came off easily with the swipe of a paper towel.

Although we enjoyed the book there was one part where my four-year-old was a little confused.  There is a section where your child is to trace the numbers 1-7.  The 1 on this page looks like the 1 on a computer keyboard with the diagonal line up and then straight line down (no line across bottom either).  My son was adamant that it was a 7 that he was looking at instead of a 1.  In school he is taught just a straight line down for a 1.

Other than that we had a lot of fun with “Wipe Clean Activity Book 2” and my son has been through it at least three times already!

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