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Getting comfortable with a writing utensil is a key step in preparing young kids for school and other activities. In this book, kids will trace and draw in a variety of fun activities that help them produce straight lines and become familiar with writing letters and numbers. Designed for kids ages 2 and up, this book has over 70 activities and 80 stickers that can be used as rewards for their hard work.
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My First Toddler Coloring Book features over 100 bold-lined illustrations of familiar concepts: letters, shapes, numbers and more. The simple drawings are large and open so kids can become familiar with the content while getting creative with the colors they use. This book is designed for children ages 1 to 3 and is great preparation for preschool.
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This activity lets 2- and 3-year-olds uncover something new in each delightfully themed scene. Along the way, help dress a cute plush doll in a variety of outfits for different events. The text in “What Should I Wear?” is easy to follow in order to hold toddlers’ attention. They will love to practice getting dressed with their cuddly newfound friend.
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There are many skills for tots to practice in this “Wipe Clean Early Learning Activity Book” from Roger Priddy. You’ll find lessons in drawing, counting, telling time and writing. Tracing letters and numbers allows children to hone their fine motor skills as well. This book is an excellent choice that will keep little ones busy while they learn.
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“The Big Book of Letter Tracing Practice for Toddlers” does more than just help kids recognize their letters. Children can also learn about numbers and shapes while building their writing muscles. The concise instructions offer a unique strategy for beginning handwriting skills, encouraging kids to touch and feel how each figure is formed. This is a wonderful way for young children to start learning letters, numbers and shapes.
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“The Preschool Color and Activity Book” by Roger Priddy provides simple activities that are engaging to toddlers. There are matching games and puzzle games, along with creative activities like completing a silly face. The cheerful color themes used throughout will keep children engaged.
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“I Spy – Animals: A Fun Guessing Game” is one every preschooler should have on their shelf at home. It provides a fun and captivating way for children to learn the alphabet, along with the sounds that each letter makes. Kids love animals and this book is full of them. This is a wonderful way to teach kids about letters.
“One important part of selecting activity books for very young children is visual aids. Letting the child see images connected with words that you speak is a way to increase the learning and impact from these activity books. As much as possible, I recommend personalizing the activities to fit the interests of each child.”