Shopkins is a children’s toy produced by Moose Toys from Australia. Shopkins toys are inspired by items found in supermarkets, for example groceries or household items. Not only miniatures of items in supermarkets, Shopkins toys have very cute and adorable shapes because they are given faces and unique characteristics of each character. In addition, each Shopkins toy has its own name and group.
Shopkin went on sale in 2014. As of 2019, Shopkins toys already have 11 series, where each toy from each series is made differently. In addition, Shopkins has different types of levels such as common, rare, ultra rare, special edition, limited edition, and exclusive. The higher the level, the more difficult Shopkins toys to find.
The Shopkins storybook has adorable illustrations. The illustrations in the book are made exactly like the animated web series so that children will enjoy reading them more. In addition, the colors in the Shopkins storybook are made bright to attract children’s interest in reading. The writing in the Shopkins storybook is large so that it can make it easier for children to read the story.
Shopkins Storybook Characters for Coloring
Cheeky Chocolate Shopkins
Shopkins Muggy Cat
Shopkins Birthday Cake
Banana Splitty Shopkins
Shopkins Cupcake Queen
Story of Shopkins
Shopkins Cake and Ribbon
Shopkins Gift Box
Shopkins Egg and Ribbon
Shopkins Butter and Cake
Shopkins Twin Cerries
Poppy Corn Shopkin
Coloring for Kids
1. Coloring is a medium of expression
Coloring activities, especially coloring empty fields, are a way for your little one to express his feelings. Through the pictures he made, he could see what he was feeling, whether it was a feeling of joy or even a feeling of sadness.
For example, if your child draws gloomy shapes such as skulls and so on, it can be a sign that your child is in trouble and needs your help. On the other hand, cheerful pictures such as the sun, and so on indicate that your little one is happy and feeling happy.
2. Helps Recognize Color Differences
Can help them recognize colors, so they can distinguish between one color and another. It can also make it easier for them to mix and match colors. This ability will help your little one to be creative as they age.
3. Color is a therapeutic medium
Color is often used as a global language to read a person’s emotions. A child who paints the sun in dark colors such as black or gray may indicate their anger at the time.
In addition, the way your child draws colors can also express their basic nature, for example, if your child colors by drawing regular lines on the picture, it shows that your child has a tendency to an orderly lifestyle.
Shopkins World Style
Polly Perfume Shopkins
Shopkins Chocolate Bar
Cake in A box od Shopkins
Shopkins Strawberry, lipstick, and Fruit
Ice Cream in A Cup
Chocolate Cheeky Shopkin
Shopkins World Poster
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