Paint by Sticker Kids is the same compelling craft first introduced in Paint by Sticker , but just for kids The book includes everything you need to create 10 bright, playful, full-color illustrations--illustrated templates printed on perforated card stock, and 10 pages of stickers to fill in and create the artwork. Read more...
Paint by Sticker Kids is the same compelling craft first introduced in Paint by Sticker, but just for kids The book includes everything you need to create 10 bright, playful, full-color illustrations--illustrated templates printed on perforated card stock, and 10 pages of stickers to fill in and create the artwork. The fun, vibrant images are rendered in "low-poly," a computer graphics style using geometric polygon shapes to create a 3-D effect. As in paint-by-number, each template is divided into hundreds of spaces, each with a number that corresponds to a particular sticker. Find the sticker, peel it, and place it in the right space. Add the next, and the next, and the next and voila
It's a rocket ship blasting through space. A Tyrannosaurus rex prowling his domain. A pickup truck hauling its load. A friendly toucan hanging on his perch.
Kids will love watching these pictures come to life. Plus each is suitable for framing or the fridge.
- ISBN-13: 9780761189411
- ISBN-10: 0761189416
- Publisher: Workman Publishing
- Publish Date: April 2016
- Page Count: 34
- Reading Level: Ages 5-9
- Dimensions: 8.8 x 9 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds
Series: Paint by Sticker
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2016-05-23
- Reviewer: Staff
This nifty activity book riffs on the paint-by-numbers concept, instead using colorful numbered stickers—included in 11 sheets at the end of the book—that readers can use to complete 10 geometric pictures of a truck, puppy, rabbit, shark, and more. Applying the stickers transforms the white outlined shapes into colorful tableaus that resemble digital 3-D models; perforated pages let readers tear out the finished images to display. With its combination of number-matching, precision, and art-creation, it's a clever idea that ought to appeal to left- and right-brained readers alike—even if they don't lay the stickers exactly right. "Don't worry if the lines are a bit off," assures the introduction. "They look like the irregular stones in a mosaic." A companion book for adults is available simultaneously. Ages 5–9. (Apr.)