Crayola Undersea Adventures Color Stories Review & Giveaway (Ends 5/25)
ABOUT THE GAME:
Crayola Color Stories are interactive coloring activities which tell the stories of Jerome, Pedro, Sadie and others from the Undersea Adventures world. Kids progress through the story by coloring on their pages along with the characters on the screen, learning as they go! Activities are randomized so that kids can play Crayola Color Stories again and again!
• Activity DVD
• 3 Crayola Color Stories Coloring Books (identical)
• 3 Packs of 8 Crayola Crayons
Players: 1 or more
Kids can play alone, with friends or parents!
Includes three unique coloring books
Download extra printable coloring pages from the DVD!
Includes three 8-packs of Crayola Crayons
First off this game is produced by Screenlife Games, which also makes games all the Scene It games so I knew it would be fun. I mean Scene It and Crayola combined has to be fun, right! So I put the kids table in front of the televsion and popped in the DVD. I thought my boys would ignore the TV but they actually waited like I asked until the DVD came on. Then came the stories that corresponded with the coloring book.
Aidan and Gavin loved the fact that not only did I let them color (we have had a lot of crayon on the wall incidents) but also in front of the TV! They loved the animation from the DVD and it was actually quite cute! Now the premise is that the kids are supposed to color when the DVD shows you that you should color and what color to use. So for example, it shows a purple crayon coloring a bird and then the kid should do the same. Now at first I thought my sons wouldn’t understand but my 3 year old did and he followed along, it wasn’t the greatest and he didn’t always use the right crayon but I am sure he will in time. It is such an adorable idea and it teaches kids not only to follow directions but also be creative and have fun! The three episodes on the DVD do have a nice storyline and once you use up the three coloring books, you can print out additional coloring sheets so the fun never ends! And actually you can print out full additional books so you can have as many kids following along as the amount of books you have.