Friday, September 20, 2013

Keeping kids entertained on the go. Bumper Wipe Clean Activities {A review}


Wipe Clean

Bumper Wipe Clean Activities is a small (6 1/2 x 8 inches) children’s dry erase activity book.

Written by Juliet David and Illustrated by Marie Allen. 

This book retails for $12.99.

This 65 page book is full of a variety of Christian based activities.  These activities range from dot to dots, spot the mistakes, mazes, matching games, hidden objects, tracing letters and numbers and more!


The first thing I noticed about this book is how sturdy it is.  I love that every page is high quality laminated. The size is perfect to stick in a purse for those moments when you may need to pull out a quick activity.  I also like that it is spiral bound and therefor stays open.  That is essential for a book that a small child is trying to work in.  Can you imagine your little hands trying to do a maze and the book closing on you?  How frustrating!   The bright color pages with short stories are eye catching and attention grabbing.

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The book comes with its own small marker.  However you can use any dry erase or felt tip marker (or even a crayon on the pages) and they just wipe clean with a damp cloth.  photo 2 (1)

This book is recommended for ages 3 and up. 

My 4 year old just loved this book.  With a crayon he was happy to use it in the car, or at quite time, even at church.  Each page has a simple sentence describing the picture scene.  

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The activities are all easy enough for my 4 year old to figure out.  Once I read him the little spiel on each page he can just go and dive right in. 

This book has kept him busy at some times when I really needed him to be entertained.  I love that I can just wipe it clean and use it again!  In fact, he is starting to remember and repeat some of his favorite stories and activities. 

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