Star Wars The Last Jedi Activity Book with Stickers Paperback – 15 Dec 2017
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There is a nice mix of word, pictorial, puzzles and problem solving activities along with blank background sets to recreate your own scenes from the film with included stickers. The content is certainly value for money with plenty to keep a child occupied and thinking and the good quality paper is full colour ink and graphic illustration that matches with similar targeted products in the Star Wars line.
It's perfect for most independent readers 8 & up considering the vocabulary and the expectation of times table knowledge though not all activities require literacy and some could be completed with adult assistance or explanation. A younger or less literate child may struggle for example with the crossword and decoding activities but could excel at spot the porg and differences, even the pictorial sudoku with symbols and vehicles.
Overall a great way to treat or incentivise a young Star Wars fan with especial focus on the content of The Last Jedi.
Younger children won't be able to engage with all the activities (the crossword and word wheel,) but they will be able to complete the detailed colouring pages, spot the difference, find hidden characters and set up sticker scenes, amongst others. Unlike some sticker books, a space background is provided to set up the sticker scenes. One of the activities is a maths (times table) puzzle, which should mollify those wanting something a little more educational.
The book is A4 format, so the pages are large enough for small hands to write on reasonably legibly. There's enough here for a couple of wet school holiday afternoons, pretty good value really, at little more than the price of a magazine. The drawings are good reproductions, this has the look of an official product.
There are three double page scenarios to place the stickers, of which there are plenty (50+). The space battle looks epic afterwards.
My nine year old found this pitched just right, although some content would be good fun for any aged primary-schooler (maze, stickers, spot the Porg and more). Whilst older children will still enjoy the theme and find the easier puzzles a guilty pleasure, it certainly won't offer as much longevity. Well themed and doesn't outstay it's welcome - a very good activity book.
You get around 12 activities - ranging from very easy "spot the porg" pictures to quite a challenging crossword at the end of the book which requires both Star Wars knowledge and spelling ability. In addition there are colouring/drawing pages, and pages with Star Wars landscapes which you use for the 50 stickers.
It's difficult to know what age this is aimed at. My 5 year old would enjoy the stickers and the spot the difference but would be unable to do the crossword and maths puzzle. My 8 year old would find some of the easier stuff a bit boring and would whizz through the hole thing in less than an hour.
Realistically it's also one use only. But the quality is decent and for a Star Wars fan it is a fun diversion.
This is a good quality activity book containing a wide variety of activities to entertain children from age 6 upwards. Throughout the book, there are high quality illustrations that children might want to cut out and keep. Some of the pages are quite shiny, so will need to be coloured in with felt tip pens or good quality soft colouring pencils. The activities include:
* Code breaking puzzle (insert symbols from an alternative alphabet to reveal a message)
* Spot the difference between two drawings
* Spot the porgs hidden in an illustration
* A sort of sudoku puzzle where you draw pictures of aircraft in the right spots in a grid
* Identify puzzle pieces
* Word wheel puzzle
* Dividing a circle with lines puzzle
* Trace a line puzzle
* Colouring in - both individual figures and an entire double-page spread
* Maths puzzle (add, subtract, divide and multiply)
* Crossword puzzle
* Spot the odd one out
* Copy a figure using a grid-based system
* Word search puzzle
There are also three double-page spreads of scenes on which the supplied stickers can be applied. The stickers are at the back of the book, along with answers to the various puzzles.
For sale at the time of writing this review at £4 (RRP £5.99).
It's not too long so most of the activities will be done in one sitting...things like word search games, crossword, code breaker, colouring exercises, spot the difference, find the little characters type games. However there's a nice variety of stuff to do which has kept our nearly 6 year old son very entertained on a weekend away.
One of the best features is the stickers combined with create your own scenes. I used to love these when I was younger (fond memories of the beano) and my son has gone back to those a few times now to make up stories of his own.
The design work and printing etc. is high quality as you would expect from a proper star wars product. Really good product overall.
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