To be honest, I but a lot of Melissa & Doug Jumbo Coloring Pad. Read my review and see why.
My kids love to color. I’m sure that goes the same to your kids as well. My twins know that the only time they could color is when a coloring book is laid out. Call it weird, but I am blessed with children who do not doodle on walls.
I’ve tried every coloring book out there, but the Melissa & Doug Jumbo Coloring Pad is one of the best–if not the best–in the lot. The pad contains 50 high-quality drawings printed on premium white bond paper. It measures 11 x 14 inches, leaving a lot of room for the kids to get creative and colorful. The outline drawings appear on just one side, so there is no case of my kids’ masterpiece getting smudged if they face the table.
I also like how the Jumbo Coloring Pad lays flat on the surface even if you open it right at the middle. The pages tear out easily, so my twins can have their own coloring sessions in case my daughter would rather color the dinosaurs on my son’s pad instead of the fairies on hers. And when they are done, they can post it on the fridge or you could even have them framed.
There are different coloring pads to choose from. Some are geared for boys like dinosaurs, sports, and vehicles; while there are also one suited for girls like fairies and princesses.