Crayola TMNT Giant Coloring Pages. BIG coloring fun! Includes 18 large 32 x 49cm pages featuring Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles characters.
I was so stoked to be chosen to review this product as it is Mr6 and Mr2's "Most Favourite" thing at the moment! They both are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mad! And we have enough merchandise to show it!
The colouring pages come packaged well, they are enclosed in a cardboard folder and the individual colouring pages are printed on a thicker than average paper which I found fantastic! The outlines were thick which was great for both my boys and the big pages made for lots of fun!
Mr 6 had a friend over and he was insistent that they must have a colouring competition! The finished products looked great and over the weekend I will let Eli have a go at painting one as I think it will look great being on the thick card. We now have several Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle posters in the boys bedrooms, toy room and on the fridge! It is safe to say these are a huge hit and something I would purchase!
The pages are durable and keep the kids happy and entertained for long periods of time, perfect wouldn't you agree? There are also a great variety of pictures and scenes to choose from. Great birthday party or school holiday activity!
When a large parcel arrived in the mail from KIWIreviews I was pretty happy because I knew exactly what it was going to be. I let my daughter help me open it and her little face just lit up when she saw the Giant Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Colouring Pages. She was so excited and couldn't wait for me to open the packet and actually tried to use her teeth to get into it before I found the scissors.
The colouring pages are wrapped in a plastic wrap that completely seals the whole package which I think is a good thing because you can be sure that no pages have been drawn on or ripped out before you purchase it. Inside the plastic wrapper is a brightly coloured card folder which, when opened, contains 18 sheets of cardstock paper with different scenes all relevant to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The outlines are quite thick which is good for little hands and I love how the paper is all individual making it easier for many people to participate at once. The pages are made of cardstock which is a bit thicker than normal paper so it's stronger and can handle a bit of extra wear from the kids.
Originally I was hoping to pull this out for the older boys at my son's birthday party but it didn't arrive in time so instead I decided to take it into my daughter's daycare. All the boys there are very into Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles at the moment so they were very excited to see it when we arrived and had a lot of fun colouring in the pages.
Overall, my daughter and her friends really enjoyed the colouring pages and for this price I would happily buy something like this for a large gathering of children because it seemed to keep them all together and quiet for at least 30 mins - which, as any parent knows, is hard to do!
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