New! Sticker Playbooks

April 21, 2015

Miles Kelly has released four new titles in its brilliant Sticker Playbook collection: Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, The Wheels on the Bus and Old Macdonald had a Farm.

Little Red Riding Hood Sticker Playbook – Miles KellyAs well as fantastic stories and rhymes, Miles Kelly’s new Sticker Playbooks can be used for play and learning multiple times thanks to the reusable vinyl stickers. Currently selling at only £5 on the website until 30 April 2015, these books are spectacular value for money and will keep kids entertained for hours.

Sticker Playbooks are a great way to get young children learning through fun illustrated stories and rhymes, reusable vinyl stickers and enjoyable activities. Each play mat is one long double-sided concertina page that can be folded out onto the floor and turned into an interactive play mat, which is perfect for children aged 3+ years. The play mat format also allows for it to be easily folded and stored away after playtime.

The Wheels on the Bus Sticker Playbook – Miles Kelly
Classic, well-loved nursery rhymes feature inside The Wheels on the Bus and Old Macdonald had a Farm, which will capture children’s attention. Sticker Playbook Cinderella and Sticker Playbook Little Red Riding Hood both have exciting illustrated stories. Enjoyable learning activities are included throughout the pages of the sticker books and are accompanied by 50 reusable vinyl stickers.

Sticker Playbook Cinderella – Miles Kelly Sticker Playbook Little Red Riding Hood – Miles Kelly
Stiker Playbook The Wheels on the Bus – Miles Kelly Sticker Playbook – Old Macdonald had a Farm

These sticker books for kids are full of fantastic illustrations and sticker activities, which make them a fun and stimulating learning tool.

If you would like to know more about how Miles Kelly’s Sticker Playbooks can help your child’s development, check out our fantastic blog The importance of learning through play.

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