What do you do with a bunch of empty cardboard boxes? Make a castle, of course! Stanley brings his paint box to decorate the castle with Mr. Woo, Sophie, and Benjamin. They have red, blue, yellow, and white paint, but where are the other colors? Don’t worry! Stanley will help them mix the paint to make orange, green, purple, and pink. Stanley’s Paint Box is an early introduction to primary and secondary colors, painting tools, and patterns. Fostering creativity and experimentation, this addition to the Stanley series will inspire little artists to mix and create on their own.
For more hands-on fun, download the Stanley’s Paint Box activity sheet!
Stanley is helping Little Woo repair his tree house. They need to build a ladder, fix the roof, and hang some pictures. But Stanley also has a surprise for his friends—what could it be? Perfect for Stanley’s youngest tool-loving fans, Stanley’s Toolbox provides fun opportunities for little helpers to explore the basic features of a house and discover the names and functions of common tools, like twisting a screwdriver, banging a hammer, and squiggling the glue.
Check out the Stanley’s Toolbox activity sheet, perfect for home and in the classroom!
Can’t get enough of Stanley and friends? Head over to the Stanley Fan Page to explore more Stanley board and picture books, meet the lovable characters, and download activities, recipes, and more!
Find Stanley’s Toolbox and Stanley’s Paint Box this March at your local library, indie bookstore, or Barnes & Noble, and don’t forget to check out the rest of our brand-new Spring 2020 titles as well as our picture books and middle grade titles coming to Peachtree this season in paperback!