DIY Triceratops Suncatcher Craft Inspired by Paw Patrol Dino Rescue

The dinos are back in Nickelodeon’s all new DVD, PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue, available on March 23, 2021! PAW Patrol returns to DVD in their continuation of their dinosaur series to reunite with their prehistoric friends as they help a runaway Brachiosaurus, perform some dino-dentistry, stop a pie-clone, and more. The DVD also includes several dino shorts kids will love to watch



The episodes included in this dino-tastic collection are:

  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save a Hum-Dino
  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save a Sore Dino
  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save the Triceratops Tag-Alongs
  • Pups Save a Waiter Bot
  • Pups Stop a Pie-Clone
  • Pups Save the Big Bad Bird Crew
  • Pups Save a Soapbox Derby

The Dino Rescue Original Shorts are:

  • Pups Save a Tromping Triceratops
  • Pups Save a Baby Stegosaurus
  • Pups Save a Dino Christmas
  • Pups Save a Pterodactyl Egg
  • Pups Save the Baby Raptors
  • Pups Save a Tyrannosaurus’ Birthday

In celebration of PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue: Roar to the Rescue coming to DVD, we have a fantastic Triceratops Suncatcher Craft that is easy to print,, create, and display..

To make this craft, suncatcher enthusiasts will need:

Once you have all the items needed, follow the instructions below.

NOTE: An adult should handle all the sharp objects and should do all the cutting required.

1. Print the template on cardstock and cut out the inner white areas.

2. Pour glue into a bowl and cut the strips of tissue paper into several triangle shapes.

3. In small increments:

  • Place a layer of glue on the wax paper using the sponge brush,
  • Haphazardly place a layer of tissue paper on top of the layer of glue,
  • Using the sponge brush, place a layer of glue on top of the recently placed tissue paper.

4. Repeat step 3 until you have an 8×8 inch piece of art. Let it dry.

5. Once all the tissue paper is dry, glue the template over the tissue paper art and glue a wiggle eye below the horns, near the mouth. Let it dry.

6. Cut around the border of the triceratops suncatcher, punch a hole at the top where it has the best balance of weight, tie a string through the hole, and hang the suncatcher in a window.

To get the printable template and begin your own dino adventures in the suncatcher world, click the image below and save the PDF to your computer. Then print and create for epic spring-time fun!

You can purchase PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue on DVD from (affiliate link) or try your luck by entering our DVD giveaway! Many will enter only one will win. The giveaway ends April 5, 2021.

This post is sponsored by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. All opinions are my own.

Bubble Guppies Bubble Bites Popcorn Snack – Recipe

Bubble Guppies: The New Guppy! is now on DVD! Fans get to dive into brand new adventures featuring their favorite guppies, Molly and Gil. This new DVD also features a brand new guppy named Zooli, who loves to help animals. The guppy gang will also find magical jewels to destroy The Sea Witch, discover a genie who will grant a wish for one guppy, and search for the Titans that made a mess on the goat farm. Bubble Guppies: The New Guppy! can be purchased from (affiliate link) today.



In celebration of Bubble Guppies: The New Guppy! being released on DVD, Nickelodeon has created a delicious recipe all fans will enjoy called Bubble Bites. These Bubble Bites are made from salted popcorn, marshmallows, blue dye, and butter. To get the recipe go to or follow the directions below.

Bubble Bites Recipe

  • Servings: 12
  • Difficulty: easy
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A Bubbleicious Snack.


  • 4 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp butter, softened
  • 5 oz marshmallows
  • 4 cups cooked and lightly salted popcorn
  • Blue Food Coloring
  • wax paper


  1. Combine the butter and marshmallows i a large pot and stir until thoroughly melted.
  2. add two or three drops of blue food coloring to the marshmallow mixture and stir well
  3. Add the popped popcorn to the blue mixture and stir until popcorn is completely coated with the mixture
  4. Grease hands with the soften butter and grab a handful of popcorn. Kids can help making the balls and placing them in the wax paper or parchment to set. Continue shaping the popcorn balls and greasing hand to prevent mixture from sticking until all popcorn is shaped..

Be sure to Enter for a chance to win Bubble Guppies: The New Guppy! on DVD by using the Rafflecopter form on my blog here. Many will enter only one will win. The giveaway ends March 31.

A Printable Coloring Page of Slingshot from The Princess Palace Pets

Slingshot was going to be a Princess Palace Pet for Princess Merida. There were mock ups of his design and a possible toy, however, Slingshot never made it before Disney cancelled the Palace Pets franchise. That didn’t stop fans from creating a fake Furry Tail Friends toy of Slingshot. Thanks to these avid fans, I was able to get a picture of the fake toy in order to make a Slingshot coloring page.

Slingshot’s Story (written by Marissa Grubbs, an avid Palace Pet fan):
Slingshot is a deerhound puppy. He was a gift from Merida’s mother. Since his sense of adventure matches Merida’s personality, Slingshot was a great companion to Merida and provided protection when Queen Elinor joined Merida on her rides.



The coloring page features Slingshot in his mint green fur and red tail. He also sports a red Palace Pets paw print marking. To download the Slingshot Coloring Page simply click the link below the image and save the PDF to your computer. Then print, color, and display. If you want Slingshot to become a puppet:

  1. print the coloring page on thick cardstock
  2. Color the fox to your liking
  3. Cutout the fox along the outer solid black line
  4. make a kickstand out of cardboard.
  5. Glue the kickstand to the back of the fox (or glue Skyla to a popsicle stick)
  6. Let dry
  7. Display

How to Make Rainbow Cookies for St. Patrick’s Day – Recipe

March is the start of spring, the start of craft fairs and farmer’s markets, and it is the time of rainbows and wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day. I am usually very safe on March 17 since I have a bright green shirt, green hair ties, green earrings, and even green socks. One can’t be too careful when it comes to the national day of making pinching others okay. My ensemble will be bright, noticeable, and most of all, keep me safe.



With me safe and sound and not having to worry about the secret police flying from behind me to exact punishment for my lack of the yellow and blue combo, I can actually spend time making March 17 a day to remember. This year my family will enjoy a wonderful corn beef dinner, fun chocolate coins scattered throughout the home, and a very unique rainbow cookie recipe.

In my infinite wisdom, I have decided to make these cookies in advance so that I am not rushing around the kitchen all day on St. Patrick’s Day. This will also give my family a few extra days of fun and delicious desserts before we go on a pinching spree.

To start making these cookies, I took my room temperature butter and creamed it with the sugar, and vanilla extract. Once the butter and sugar was creamed, I added the egg. This is what it looked like at this point.

In another bowl I mixed together the flour, salt, and baking soda. I then slowly add the dry to the wet and beat it until it formed a soft crumble. I gradually added milk to the mixture until it formed a dough. Sometimes I need more milk and sometimes I use less depending on the size of the “large egg” i had on hand.

Now for the fun part, adding the colors! I divided the dough into 6 balls. I then began my color coding process. With the three primary colors, red, blue, and yellow, technically one can create every color under the sun. I, on the other hand, will be lucky to get anything in the general color spectrum of the rainbow.

The rainbow colors are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. For these cookies, I cut indigo out of the equation. This means I had to make 6 colors and half of them were already done! I mean, I just needed to add enough drops of red, yellow, and blue to create the rich color I desired. Even then, however, the colors went wacky and dark. I used 7 drops of each color just to get a rich enough color scheme. NOTE: Use gloves to fold in the colors…unless you want to look like you stole a bag of Lucky Charms.

Orange, green, and violet are a little more difficult. I know from 4th grade art class that orange is made from red and yellow, green is made from yellow and blue, and violet is made from red and blue, What I didn’t know was how much of each color I needed to make the desired effect. Before adding anything to my dough, I made a mixture in a separate cup and tested the result on a paper towel.. SIDE NOTE: the paper towel trick didn’t help…at all. My purple constantly looked black. So I ended up winging it.

Once my six colored balls had been made, I rolled each ball into a 12 inch cylinder. This step is probably the easiest to complete. The years of rolling playdough and enhancing my skills of the perfect roll finally became useful. Oh yeah! Expert dough roller coming through!

After I used my expert skills of rolling dough, I then layered the cylinders on top of each other and twisted them together to make a large tube. It sort of looked like something I would find from Pillsbury or some other cookie in a tube company. Only this one didn’t pop and scare the cookie dough out of me.

My dark tube of colors had to endure one more step before it could become a tray of cookies. It had to be sliced at 1-inch intervals to form 16 disks. I know this may seem rather thick for a cookie but these cookies hardly rise or spread when baked. I am sure they will bake just fine smaller, however, I suggest a shorter baking time for trial and error purposes. I cut my tube into 1-inch thick disks and placed them on a cookie sheet about an inch apart.

I placed the cookies in a 350 degree preheated oven and set the timer for 10 min. At this point I was really hoping these would not turn into a gooey rainbow mess and look like melted troll dolls. I am pretty sure, no one is gonna want to eat a melted Poppy. Making a cookie recipe is so scary sometimes. Will I have a huge mess to clean or a beautiful creation to show off? Only time will tell. In 10 minutes I would know how my creation turned out.

And…Success!! I am absolutely shocked to see how vibrant the cookies look. The colors lightened enough to actually make these cookies appear like a rainbow!

To make these cookies use the recipe below and follow the directions. They are a quick treat that is different than the classic chocolate chip cookie. More like a cake, these fluffy morsels are the perfect surprise for St. Patrick’s Day.

Rainbow Cookie Recipe

  • Difficulty: easy
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A rainbow-tastic cookie.


  • 1/2 cup (1 stick) of butter, soft
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • Food coloring (red, orange yellow, green, blue, and purple)
  • One large egg
  • 2 1/4 cups flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 3 tablespoons of milk


  1. Preheat Oven to 350
  2. Cream together butter and sugar.
  3. Add vanilla and egg and beat until well mixed.
  4. In a large bowl combine 2 1/4 cups flour, 1/2 tsp baking soda, 1/4 tsp salt.
  5. Gradually combine the flour mixture to the wet mixture and mix well. Add milk as needed to form a dough.
  6. Divide dough into six equal size balls
  7. Add food coloring to each ball and fold together until well blended. You should have 1 red, 1 orange, 1 yellow, 1 green, 1 blue, and 1 purple, ball.
  8. Roll each ball onto a counter until you have a roll about 12 inches long
  9. layer and twist the rolls together to form a fat tube,
  10. Carefully slice the fat tube into 1-inch disks for each cookie. About 16
  11. 11 Lay the disks of dough on a cookie sheet, about an inch apart
  12. Bake the cookies for 10 to 11 minutes or until done

Printable Cubeecraft Template of Raya from Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon

Disney’s newest film, Raya and the Last Dragon is now in select theaters and streaming with premium access on Disney+. This fantasy driven film takes place in Kumandra, home to a warrior named Raya. When her home is threatened by evil, Raya must go on a search for last dragon in hopes that it will save her people and the world.



Inspired by Disney’s newest film, I had to make a Raya cubeecraft paper craft! This printable craft features Raya’s awesome double braid, epic sword, and iconic hat.

The Raya cubeecraft is a little harder to make due to her long hair. There are tiny tabs at the neck that must be cut in order for them to connect. Be careful that these small tabs are not accidently removed or sliced in half. They are needed to keep the head sturdy. The optional hat will come together to look almost like a pyramid with the lower flaps folding inward to connect to the already created slots that form the head.

Use the instructions below to build your very own Raya and the Last Dragon Cubeecraft Paper Craft. Be sure to share your creations in the comments below!

Materials needed the Raya Cubeecraft

  • Printer
  • Card stock
  • scissors
  • x-acto knife
  • Templates


  1. Cut out each item along the outer black lines.
  2. Cut along the white on each tab using the x-acto knife
  3. Cut along each red line using the x-acto knife
  4. Fold along each inner solid black line and slide each tab into the slots you created with an x-acto knife to form a cube of the head, body, arms, and feet
  5. Slide the arms through the red slots on either side of the body.
  6. Slide the feet through the red slots at the base of the body.
  7. Slide the now completed body through the red lots of the head.
  8. Cut out the sword along the outer black lines. Be sure both sides stay connected. Fold the two in half to make the image double -sided
  9. Cut out the hat along the outer black lines.
  10. using an x-acto knife, cut along the white on each tab
  11. Fold along the sold black lines
  12. connect the hat together to form a pyramid
  13. fold the tan tabs inward and connect them to the head so that Raya is now wearing a hat
  14. Put the sword in her hand and she is complete

To get the Raya template, click the images below and save them to your computer. Then print and create by following the instructions above.

How to Make a Pet Rock of Gary the Snail from Spongebob Squarepants

Spongebob Squarepants returns to the big screen in an all new adventure, The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run With the help of his Bikini Bottom friends, Spongebob begins his adventure to search for Atlantic City in order to rescue his pal/pet Gary from Poseidon.



Now fans can also search for their pet snail by finding a perfectly smooth rock from their backyard and making a Gary of their own! This project is perfect because it gets the kids (or adults) time in the sun to find the perfect rock, and gives them the opportunity to paint their very own pet rock snail.

Supplies needed to make Gary the Snail:

  • Red, Pink, Purple, Blue, and Green Paint
  • Smooth rock
  • Blue Pipe cleaner
  • Googly eyes
  • Green and Yellow Markers
  • Super glue

Once you have collected all the supplies, click the image below and download the PDF to your computer. Then print and create Gary the snail by following the instructions. Share your images in the comments section below!

Pabu Cookie Recipe Inspired by The Legend of Korra

The Legend of Korra the Complete Series will be released on Steelbook March 16, 2021. With all the episodes, several bonus features, and beautiful artwork, this set will be a great addition to any collection. In fact, SKGaleana is hosting a Legend of Korra Steelbook (affiliate link) Giveaway! Be sure to enter for a chance to win by going to my blog here. Many will enter only one will win!



In anticipation of The Legend of Korra being released as a Steelbook collection, we have a wonderful Pabu cookie recipe to share! Pabu is Bolin’s adorable pet fire ferret. He likes to get into a ton of mischief but is also extremely helpful on Team Avatar. The cookies feature the fire ferrets cute masked face and color. While the cookies may be delish, I know for me, they will be extremely difficult to eat due to Pabu’s adorableness.

To make the Pabu cookies, you must have cooked and cooled cookies ready to go cut in the shape of the template, which is attached to the recipe. Use your favorite Sugar cookie recipe to make these cookies. If you need a cookie recipe, I have a wonderful one here.

Items needed to decorate the cookies:

  • 2 sticks of butter, room temperature
  • 3 cups pf powdered sugar
  • 3-4 tbsp milk
  • 1 tsp Vanilla
  • Food Coloring – brown, red, blace
  • 3 icing bags
  • Icing tips – small star, round, and basketweave tips
  • Pabu cookie shape stencil

To get the recipe click the image below and save the PDF to your computer. Then print and create for delicious Pabu desserts!

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PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue DVD Giveaway!

PAW Patrol returns to the Dino Wilds in their brand new DVD adventures PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue, available on March 23, 2021! This DVD episode collection features the remaining episodes of the popular Dino Rescue story arc from the hit preschool series PAW Patrol, airing on Nickelodeon and produced by Spin Master Entertainment, and includes six Dino Rescue original shorts! Fans get to watch the PAW Patrol reunite with their prehistoric friends as they help a runaway Brachiosaurus, perform some dino-dentistry, stop a pie-clone, and more.



The episodes included in this dino-tastic collection are:

  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save a Hum-Dino
  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save a Sore Dino
  • Dino Rescue: Pups Save the Triceratops Tag-Alongs
  • Pups Save a Waiter Bot
  • Pups Stop a Pie-Clone
  • Pups Save the Big Bad Bird Crew
  • Pups Save a Soapbox Derby

The Dino Rescue Original Shorts are:

  • Pups Save a Tromping Triceratops
  • Pups Save a Baby Stegosaurus
  • Pups Save a Dino Christmas
  • Pups Save a Pterodactyl Egg
  • Pups Save the Baby Raptors
  • Pups Save a Tyrannosaurus’ Birthday

PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue will be available on DVD March 23. Fans can buy the DVD from (affiliate link).

Or, use the rafflecopter form below to enter for a chance to win PAW Patrol: Dino Rescue Roar to the Rescue on DVD. Simply complete the prompts for a chance to win! The giveaway ends April 5, 2021. Many will enter, only one will win.

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The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run Printable Activity Book Part 2

On March 4. 2021 Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run was released on Premium Video-on-Demand (PVOD), Paramount+. and other streaming services. Fans can now watch Spongebob and his friends go on an epic adventure to save Spongebob’s pet, Gary, from the evil clutches of King Poseidon. With friendship at the helm, Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run is a trip down memory lane and fantastic friendship goals.



I know the title of this post isn’t the most creative thing you will read today but it gets the awesome message across: In celebration of Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run being released, fans get to enjoy a second part to the already epic Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run Printable Activity Book! That means more activities, more coloring, and more games that are as easy as download, print, and create!

The second addition to the activity book includes:

  • Spot the difference
  • color the memes
  • Unscramble the words
  • connect the dot
  • word search
  • color by number
  • answer key

To get the second installment of the Spongebob Movie: Sponge on The Run Printable Activity Book click the image below and save the PDF to your computer. The simply print and create to have a square time with Spongebob and his friends.

iSeek Will Be Releasing Fun Interactive Books The Whole Family Can Enjoy

“Expanding Imaginations Removes Limitations” that is the statement my blog makes. I like to encourage my family, friends, and readers to be creative, which helps many of them realize that they can go as far as they want with a little imagination and effort. So when I received a request to review several books that emulate SKGaleana’s statement, I jumped at the chance.



The award-winning publisher, Insight Editions, recently contacted me with a request to review several of their new iSeek interactive books that encourage multi-sensory learning and creativity. From painting to paper crafts, all of their new books feature innovative ways to keep the fun going at home or on the go. I selected five books I knew my family would enjoy and those that would encourage the imagination from Insight Editions long list. Let me just say, it was a hard choice. All of the new iSeek books convey SKGaleana’s statement and it makes me so happy to see such creativity being released into the world!

The list of new iSeek books being released this Spring are below and they include Amazon affiliate links so that you can go and purchase the ones you like.

The five books I chose were Cut & Color Masks: Unicorns; Color, Cut, and Fold: Ocean Animals; Design and Draw 50 Cat Outfits; Fingerprint Fairies; and Magical Water Painting: Under the Sea. I thought this list allowed for the greatest diversity and of course fun. Each of the reviews you will find below are 100% my own opinion.

Cut & Color Masks: Unicorns

This spiral-bound book comes with 10 pages of unicorn masks in different styles. Some wear glasses, have different hair styles, and even wear different hats. Each mask is mostly a blank slate for kids (or adults) to color and create their own style. There are a few colors already placed in the mask to help facilitate the imagination.

However, artists don’t have to follow the pre-printed color guidelines. Sometimes one just has to take a crayon to the page and let it all out in a color explosion. Who said one has to color within the lines anyway?

Once the unicorn is colored, it must be cut out. I suggest that the supervising adult complete this task. This paper is thicker than normal paper and it will require a more substantial pair of scissors than the safety scissors. I did the cutting for this project due to the thick paper and sharper scissors.

Once the unicorn mask is cut out, we tied some strings through the already punctured holes. I am so happy they included holes for the strings, I didn’t have to dig through my house to try and find a hole puncher. It made my job so much easier.

Of course, everything is tried on baby Yoda (Grogu). He is the master of crafting in our house and looks good in everything he wears. At least, we haven’t found something he looks terrible in. We call him Baby Yodacorn.

A note on the paper: while it is thicker than normal paper, a slight tug will cause the mask to rip where the strings are tied. In our efforts to get the mask on Baby Yoda, we had a mishap and had to slide the string through the eye hole. For the other masks, I will be adding a piece of scotch tape to the sides to give the paper greater strength, especially since I know these masks will be removed, refitted, stretched, and put to the test.

With Baby Yodacorn fitted to join his new team of unicorns, we will now start the choosing, coloring, and wearing of other fun unicorn masks. What I find delightful is that there are 10 masks, which means there is another few days of unicorn fun to inspire imaginative play.

Color, Cut, and Fold: Ocean Animals

Having an affinity for paper crafts, I have to admit Color, Cut, and Fold: Ocean Animals is probably my favorite book of the five I picked. There are so many steps and so much kinetic learning when it comes to paper crafts. And when one thinks about it, almost anything can be made from paper.

Color, Cut, and Fold: Ocean Animals is a more simplified form of paper crafting, I would call it an introduction to the paper crafting world.. Kids will love all the activities and play that comes with crafting the paper crafts. But trust me when I say, it is just as fun for the adults in the room.

Basically, this book features several pages of different ocean animals, from turtles to octopi. Each animal has portions where the crafter can color by either following the prompts or making their own design. The animal is then cut out, glued, and displayed. For this project we decided on the fish. The supplies needed were crayons, glue, and scissors.

First, we colored the fish till we were happy with the crazy wave-striped design. Second, I cut out the fish along the dotted line (all cutting should be done by an adult).

Third, we dipped the cotton swab into the glue and layered the glue where the instructions indicated. We then attached the two sides to make the fish pop up and waited for everything to dry. Once everything was set, we displayed the fish (for a short time) on the fridge. After that, the fish became a toy for amazing underwater adventures.

With this being my favorite crafting book, I give this the highest marks and, if I could, I would give it more than 5 stars. The coloring, cutting, gluing, displaying, and playing is nearly an all day event. And let’s face it, I enjoy the crafts as well.

Design and Draw 50 Cat Outfits

Cat fanatics and clothing designers will love Design and Draw 50 Cat Outfits. As the book says, we can “create [our] own purr-fectly adorable sketchbook!”

The craft book has 50 images of cats that need an outfit designed by a wonderful artist. Just by opening the book, artists can dive into a world of fashion designers, come up with amazing, outfits, and keep their ideas like a portfolio. Whether the artist is serious or just looking to play the pish posh rich designer with a world famous boutique, this book will assist in sparking the imagination.

While I love the ingenuity and creativity this book inspires, there is one small teeny tiny flaw. The pages are not easily removed. Unfortunately, if an artist wishes to gift their lovely design to someone who will admire their creation, the removal of a page leads to rips and tears. Everything else about this book is fun, imaginative, and very cat-tastic.

Fingerprint Fairies

When my family and I sat down to enjoy the book Fingerprint Fairies, I was ready for a mess. Ink and kids are usually two words you never want to hear in the same sentence. Turns out the book comes with washable ink. I love innovative inventions such as washable markers, paint, and ink from ink pads; it makes clean up so much easier.

Fingerprint Fairies is one of the few books I received that actually contains a story and depicts scenes for our fingerprint creations. While flying, riding bugs, or riding animals, the fingerprint fairies are a fun way for kids to discover the world around them.

Magical Water Painting: Under the Sea

I remember as a child, having a book very similar to something like the Magical Water Painting: Under the Sea. I used to dip a paintbrush in water and paint a page. Once the water touched the page, the magic began as colors shined under the water’s glaze. It is really neat to see something similar to what I had as a child.

However, unlike my childhood paintbrush, Magical Water Painting: Under the Sea comes with a paintbrush tube. All I have to do is fill the tube with water and let the art begin. The tube allows the water to gradually fall onto the brush making the reality of water spills almost non-existent; simply make a slight squeeze and paint the book.

The funny thing is, this is the most soothing activity. Watching the colors magically appear as one slowly takes their brush across the page seems to almost calm and relax the crafter. Because this book is reusable, I am sure no one will know that I will be coloring many of the pages with the awesome paintbrush.

The magical aspect of this book would have been enough for me to give it 5 stars, however, Magical Water Painting: Under the Sea goes above and beyond the call of duty. Within each magical scene there are also fun tasks to complete on the side and fun facts to read about the animals we are painting…I mean the kids are painting. For example, some of the fun activities are,

  • find the penguins,
  • count the birds,
  • ask what color is a specific animal

These five books that I received are absolutely amazing in inspiring creativity and the imagination of all who use and play with them. If the other iSeek books even remotely resemble the quality of the five I requested, than this group of books from iSeek will certainly bring adventurous fun to any household that receives a copy. When it comes to expanding imaginations, iSeek has hit the ball out of the park. I give the entire collection 5 stars and can’t wait to add the other books to our collection.

Disclosure: SKGaleana receives products in order to conduct reviews. Unless noted otherwise, no monetary compensation was provided. I only share and recommend products or services I think will be a good fit for my readers. All the opinions are 100% my own. In exchange for referrals, some posts may contain affiliate links that I may receive commission for payment. (See more here)