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Let's Draw and Color Dinosaurs (A Let's Draw and Color Book) Free - Amazon Kindle

Posted 11th Jul 2020

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Learn to draw DINOSAURS with AMAZON BESTSELLING children’s book author and illustrator Lindsay Ward!
Perfect for ages 5+
Includes:

32 PAGES of drawing fun!
12 STEP BY STEP VISUAL GUIDES to learn to draw dinosaurs
14 COLORING PAGES to color and practice your drawing skills
FUN FACTS about each dinosaur!
GUESSING GAME to play and encourage detail awareness on each page
Encourage and develop the following skills:
Fine motor skills
Hand-eye coordination
Scale and spacial awareness
Interest in science and paleontology
Bilateral coordination
Sensory processing
Creativity!
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