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Cambodia Kids! Scout Guide & Activity Book Hardcover-spiral – 2015
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Discover an ancient empire, mysterious temples, new foods, amazing animals, and more. This travel activity book offers a unique combination of stories, activities, maps and fun facts to help kids 4-6 yrs get more out of their Cambodia travel experience.
Whether your child likes stories, numbers, drawing or puzzles, this guide has something for everyone, including:
• a picture story to get kids excited about Cambodia
• a scavenger hunt and map to explore Angkor Wat
• fun and educational activities about Cambodia to enjoy on the plane, at the hotel, or anytime
• colouring opportunities on every page
• free drawing pages & colourful stickers
• coloured crayon pencil securely attached with a loop holder
• Spiral binding and hard backcover for ease of writing and drawing on-the-go.
Top customer reviews
The book is organized into “before you go” and “while there” sections, and includes age-appropriate stories, activities, and facts. The kids LOVED having their own guidebooks and were so excited and engaged throughout the trip. My 6 year old son really enjoyed doing the scavenger hunt activities at the temple & coloring in the pictures in the Cambodia Scout Guide. The instructions were simple enough that I could give him quick directions, and he would stay occupied with each activity for awhile. My 8 year old daughter (who had the Cambodia Trailblazer Guide) loved reading the story and doing the drawing and writing activities. I love that the books also encouraged them to engage with the culture—teaching about how to greet others, the foods that are eaten and even how to use a squat toilet!
THANK YOU Greenfeet Guides—please write more!