Wednesday, July 19, 2017

{Book Review} Mom & Me: An Art Journal To Share!

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I received this book for free in exchange for my honest opinion.

This full-color art journal for moms and kids to color and draw together in is designed to be a sharing experience. Mom and child can write each other letters, draw what scares them, imagine what they want to be when they are grown up, color a scene using only one favorite color, whatever their imaginations lead them to!
Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share is filled with fun hand-lettering and artwork from Bethany Robertson along with creative prompts from licensed art therapist Lacy Mucklow.

Mucklow offers up the best ways to communicate with a child through creating together; how to start an open conversation with your child; questions you can ask that will help generate thoughtful responses; and how to tailor the quality time so it's still fun and engaging for your child.
This art journal has 50 full-color spreads to color, fill in, draw, and more. Each spread has a creative prompt or another exercise for mom and child to fill out together.

  As homeschoolers, we love creative art. We love creating beautiful art together as a family. This a great side by side drawing book for moms and kids who love to spend time together.  Each page focuses on showing your thoughts and feelings with a gentle prompt to make a creative picture with a matching page on the other side for your child to create their perspective and show their feelings. I love giving my children the tools to show their creative side and you can do exactly that with this book. 128 pages of beautiful art work with fun and engaging prompts to help you connect as mother and child.  Once this book is completed it will become a great keepsake for many years to come showing your children's perspective through creative art. This a great book we received from QuaroKnows

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