I review a fair number of activity books for children. I was surprised at the variety of activities that this book actually had. There are the standard coloring pages and dot-to-dots. But the book has probably more of a variety of activities than I've seen in an activity book. There are other standards, like looking for shapes or looking for things that matched or didn't fit. There were also word searches and matching words to pictures. But what I found surprising were the actual activities that you could do without the book. For instance, there was one page that discussed coloring Easter eggs. Another page, so relevant for these times as I write this review during the coronavirus pandemic, actually listed activities that children could do inside, and most of them sounded pretty fun! I also thought it was good that the pages that weren't meant to be colored by the child were actually quite colorful. It is unusual to see so much color in an activity book. So if you're looking for a really different Easter activity book for your child between the ages of 4 and 8, you may very well enjoy the variety of activities in this book.
I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.