[Review] Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea: Create 10 Pictures One Sticker at a Time! by Workman Publishing

With Paint by Sticker Kids, your little ones can explore the ocean under the sea with vivid colors and imaginative stickers. This fun activity book is perfect for young artists who want to create works of art on their own!

What is Paint by Sticker Kids?

Paint by Sticker Kids is a coloring book for kids that features illustrations of scenes from the movie Under the Sea. It is written by Workman Publishing and illustrated by Sergio Dominguez.

The book is divided into six chapters, each with its own theme. The first chapter is about underwater creatures. The second chapter features scenes from the battle between King Triton and Ursula. The third chapter has stories about SpongeBob and Patrick fighting jellyfish. The fourth chapter is about Ariel and her friends going on a treasure hunt. The fifth chapter features scenes from the ending of the movie. The sixth and final chapter is a special bonus chapter that celebrates the release of the movie.

The artwork in Paint by Sticker Kids is beautiful and colorful, just like the movie Under the Sea. The stickers used to create the images are also very high quality, making it easy for kids to create pictures that look like they came straight out of the movie.

If you’re a fan of Under the Sea, then you will love Paint by Sticker Kids. It’s a fun way to spend an hour or two coloring and enjoying the beautiful artwork in one of our favorite movies.

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How Does the Game Work?

The Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea game is a fun way for children to create pictures one sticker at a time.

To play the game, children select a picture from the supplied booklet and place stickers on the picture in accordance with the provided instructions. Once they have finished, they can view their picture on the included screen or take it to a photo printing service to have it printed out.

This game is perfect for kids who love to paint and draw. The easy-to-follow instructions make painting a breeze for youngsters, while the fun and colorful pictures will keep them entertained for hours on end.

What Do You Get When You Win?

If you’ve ever played Paint by Sticker Kids, then you know that the game is all about creating pictures with your stickers. In Under the Sea: Create Pictures One Sticker at a Time!, you get to play as an undersea creature and take on the role of a diver.

In Under the Sea: Create Pictures One Sticker at a Time!, players are tasked with assembling scenes from the movie Under the Sea. The scenes in the game include things like pirates attacking a ship, sharks swimming in the water, and fish jumping out of the water.

To complete each scene, players must collect different objects and stickers. Some of the objects in the game include treasure chests, octopuses, and crabs. The stickers in the game can be used to create background backgrounds or facial features for characters in the scene.

Players can also use their stickers to create new creatures for Under the Sea: Create Pictures One Sticker at a Time!. There are over 100 different creatures in total, and players can mix and match different creatures to create their own designs.

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Overall, Under the Sea: Create Pictures One Sticker at a time! is an enjoyable and creative way to spend some time playing paintball with

Our Review of Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea

If you’re looking for a kids’ sticker book that offers an interesting and creative under-the-sea theme, Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea is a great option. This book is filled with over 120 stickers that children can use to create beautiful pictures. Whether your child loves making realistic fish and coral reefs or combining fun cartoon characters with aquatic scenes, they’ll be able to create some amazing pictures with Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea.

Another great feature of this book is that it can be used as a creative tool for teaching kids about marine ecology and oceanography. For example, youngsters can learn about the different types of coral, how coral bleaching effects the ocean, and more. With Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea, your child will have plenty of fun learning while creating some fantastic artwork.

The Verdict: We Loved It!

We absolutely loved Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea! It was so much fun to create pictures one sticker at a time! The stickers come in a variety of colors and patterns, so there’s plenty of variety to choose from.

The illustrations are colorful and eye-catching, and the text is easy to read. We also really appreciated the fact that the book includes tips on how to create picture frames, collages, and more.

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If you’re looking for a fun way to spend some quality time with your kids, we highly recommend Paint by Sticker Kids: Under the Sea!

Conclusion

If you’re looking for an easy, kid-friendly activity to do with your family this summer, Paint by Sticker Kids is a great option. With 10 pictures to choose from and each picture taking about 15 minutes to complete, it’s the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon. Plus, if you’re ever feeling lost or like you need a break from painting, there are also stickers included in the set that can be used as prompts for new paintings.

FAQ

1. What is Paint by Sticker Kids?

Paint by Sticker Kids is a children’s book that uses stickers to create pictures.

2. How does the book work?

The book comes with a pack of stickers and a guide to help children create pictures with the stickers. Children are encouraged to use their imagination to create scenes from famous stories, such as Under the Sea or The Lion and the Witch.

3. Is the book suitable for children aged 6-12?

The book is suitable for children aged 6-12, but parents may want to supervise younger children while they are using the stickers. Younger children will also enjoy looking at the finished pictures once they have been created.

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