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The Thinking Tree Coloring Books

The Thinking Tree is more than just fun-schooling journals. They also have fun coloring books!
Coloring Books by The Thinking Tree
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I thought I'd introduce what I have.
These two coloring books are slightly different but have the same coloring pages.
The large one is nice because it's a good size: 8.5x11 inches! The Secret Village is nice and big. I love this one because of the size.
Nice large pages!
 I enjoy looking at all the details on these pages. They are secret little places that I use to dream about when I was little.
 Places of underground little homes.
 I'd love to explore this secret little village.
 This one has the same coloring pages with extra pages to write, doodle, or sketch a picture. The size is 8.5x8.5.
 Sarah made this book just for her and was kind enough to make her special book available to us all.
 I love that this one has plenty of space to write. You can write your hopes, dreams, prayer request, or journal about your day.
 In the back section there's lots of pages to add pictures, doodle, or draw your favorite things.
I can't draw beyond stick figures but hope to add some of my practice drawing that I do using Dyslexia Games

Even the back of the books are lovely!
The Secret Village coloring book that has a white background (shown below) has the same pictures as the other two but without the extra lined and blank pages. It only has the Secret Village coloring pages and is 8.5x8.5 in size.
What's great about  these pages is many of them are one sided so if you want to use paints or markers the ink won't bleed on to a picture because the back of the drawing is a blank page.

In the graphic when I say small I'm meaning smaller than the 8.5x11. That one is pretty huge.

There are also coloring books to share. Like the Big Sister and Little Sister Coloring Book for Two. This is unique coloring book because there are two pictures exactly the same. One on each side for big sis and little sis. What a great idea!
Don't let the title limit you. Annette doesn't have sisters but she does have cousins!
 Everyone loved the bunny page. When another of my nieces came over she wanted to color the bunny page and I had to tell her there was only one. Poor thing.
There are simple pages to color leaving lots of room to be creative if your girls choose to. When I color pages like these two I love adding verses and doodles.
Some pages have more detail which is great for teaching detail and fine motor skills.
 If you have a three or four year old, they can color these pages too.
 Let the little ones have fun coloring the same picture no matter how detailed as their older sister.

Another Coloring Book for Two is one to share with a loved one. Like the sister coloring book this one has two pages of each picture.
A Coloring Book for Two
 The first few pages have two different pictures on the two page spread.
A Coloring Book for Two
 The rest of the book has the same picture to color on both sides.
A Coloring Book for Two
If you were to turn the page from the above picture your next page would look like the one below.
A Coloring Book for Two
 One page with lines to write. The first half of these types of  pages have a little prompt like "How we met" or "Never Forget" and the opposite page is blank.
A Coloring Book for Two
A Coloring Book for Two
A Coloring Book for Two
A Coloring Book for Two
 The second half of the book will have lines without the prompts.
A Coloring Book for Two
Ember's Favorite Things to Color was created for Sarah's three year old daughter.
Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree
 Just the right size for little hands.
Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree
 Lots of adorable pages to color
Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree

Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree
 I must admit that I've already started coloring a few pages.
Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree
Ember's Favorite Things to Color by The Thinking Tree

 The Sketch and Doodle Notebook is a favorite of mine. It was on my wishlist for months. I just got this one a few weeks ago and couldn't wait to share it.
Therapeutic Coloring Book
This one is special because it was especially created for students with learning challenges like ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Inside the book is a note you can have your doctor sign informing the teacher that during "listening time" your child may need to pull their notebook out to color, sketch, or doodle. This helps the child focus, learn, and remember because integration of the right brain and left brain.
Therapeutic Coloring Book
If your child goes to public school or is part of co-op he can take this book with him signed by your doctor and hopefully the teacher won't mind your child using it.
Therapeutic Coloring Book
This may be new to many teachers and they might not understand that while the child is coloring or doodling and being creative that it activates the creative side of the brain thus it's actually helping them remember what the teacher is saying during class. It's amazing how God created us!
Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book

Therapeutic Coloring Book
The next book I'm sharing in this post is A Day Like Tomorrow: For the moms and kids who dream about living in the country . . . yup that's me!
A Day Like Tomorrow Coloring Book
 This one is special to me because Sarah just really captured what's on my heart. I felt like she was able to just reach into my thoughts and write a book about how this is a dream of mine someday.
A Day Like Tomorrow Coloring Book
 Sarah's daughter Anna (who was 9 years old at the time) helped her illustrate this little treasure of a book.
A Day Like Tomorrow Coloring Book
 Anna Brown is dyslexic and is what inspired Sarah to create Dyslexia Games!
A Day Like Tomorrow Coloring Book
 At the end of the book there is a page that introduces each family member and you are encouraged to go back through the book to find each one.
A Day Like Tomorrow Coloring Book
And that covers all the coloring books (at the time that this post was published) by The Thinking Tree.

I purchased all the books except for the Big Sister and Little Sister coloring book.

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