With the educational system decaying at a rate faster than my youth, it is imperative that we adults do everything in our power to help the younger generations stay on the path of learning and knowledge.
But there’s no reason we can’t make it fun.
Which is where the Heavy Metal Fun Time Activity Book comes into play.
With pages and pages of some awesome noggin’ dexterity activities, kids will be on top of their game when it comes to solving word scrambles, mazes, crossword puzzles and even connecting the dots in order to give Buzz from The Melvins his proper hairdo:
Yep, educational funtivities have never been so righteously badass.
Granted, there will be those who question the reasoning behind allowing young, impressionable kids to finish drawing Eddie from Iron Maiden:
Or why coloring and connecting-the-dots in order to complete Dimebag Darrell’s goatee would help a seven year-old to do better in math, but I promise you, there is some scientific precedent (that I’m not going to bother to look up) that states that allowing kids to to do such things will help them do better in school (and if there isn’t, there should be).
But in the end, isn’t it better that these young ‘uns are busy filling in Ronnie James Dio’s Holy Diver Metal-Libs:
then chopping some Molly into lines out behind the monkey bars?
Yeah, I thought so.