A breathtaking journey with John, aka Mr.Who, as he discovers himself through daily challenges. One of John's adventures revolves around developing essential soft skills that are crucial for life.
Unleashing the Artist Within. Mr.Who's Journey to Creativity - This book is a focused exploration of an essential skill, "Creative Expression", providing a complete educational experience. It includes an engaging story, activity questions for parents and children to enjoy together, and captivating coloring pages featuring a selection of John's characters.
Mr.Who - Creativity - Single Skill
- The book is a digital book and is received immediately upon payment in the form of a PDF file, ready for printing at home or, alternatively, for professional printing at a printing house.
- For the purchase of the digital product, the purchaser receives a private license to maintain it for private use or use in any educational setting. Along with this, it is forbidden to transfer the aforementioned digital product to any third party. Transferring the product to any third party will constitute a violation of this license agreement.
- While the digital products offered on www.mrwho.me are designed to enhance child creativity, soft skills development, and critical thinking, it is important to note that Mikulitski Creative Ventures Ltd. (MCV) cannot guarantee that the use of these tools will infallibly result in the development of specific skills in children. The products, such as experiential activity books, are intended to provide an engaging and educational experience for the child and the whole family. However, it is crucial to understand that the acquisition of these skills is a personal journey that depends on various factors beyond the mere consumption of the digital products. MCV and the authors of the books do not claim to guarantee the imparting of any specific skill, as each child's learning and development process is unique and influenced by various external and internal factors. The products aim to inspire and stimulate learning, but the actual skill development depends on the child's receptiveness, effort, and individual growth path.