Dot to Dot Count to 75

Author: Balloon Books
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 140273770X
Release Date: 2006-10-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Dot to dots make learning to count fun, plus they improve children’s concentration and manual dexterity. And these go all the way up to 75, so kids will feel really proud when they’ve finished connecting all the numbers. Plus, they’ll love the fact that every completed picture features a vehicle: there are dump trucks, cement mixers, cars, motorcycles, scooters, helicopters, planes, and even rockets. (Both men and women are pictured at the wheel.) A number line, divided by tens, runs across the top of each page, giving a little extra guidance to youngsters.

Alphabet Dot to Dot

Author: N. V. De Ballon
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 1402718357
Release Date: 2004-09-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

In these simple and cute pictures, children don't follow the numbers to connect the dots; they follow letters instead. When they have completed outlining the scene, they can then color in the picture. Illustrations. Consumable.

Poke a Dot Old MacDonald s Farm 30 Poke able Poppin Dots

Author: IKids
Publisher: Innovative Kids
ISBN: 160169024X
Release Date: 2010-09-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Once you start popping, there's just no stopping These fun, tactile books help kids learn to count without losing count! Raised buttons pop in on every page so kids can press them as they count. With ten spreads and 30 poke-able buttons How many animals does Old McDonald have on his farm? Count them all with this one-of-a-kind 'pop-a-tronic' book. This poke-able popping dots book lets kids track of how many animals are on each page. It's a great way to learn to count to 10!

The Greatest Dot To Dot Book in the World

Author: David Kalvitis
ISBN: 0970043716
Release Date: 2001-05-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

"A relaxing and fun book for anyone who knows how to count. Connect the dots in this challenging collection of dot-to-dots and dot-to-dot variations for surprises that will entertain young and old alike"--Back cover.

1 100 Dot To Dots

Author: Steve Harpster
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 1402707142
Release Date: 2003-08-01
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

Learning to count, refining fine motor skills, and having a blast: that's what children will be doing when they complete these fun dot-to-dots. Each cute picture has 100 dots to connect, and youngsters will surely count along as they move the pencil from one number to the next. Nothing's tricky, because the dots follow one another in a nice, smooth, logical progression, not zig-zagging too much to throw kids off course. With delightful images such as a smiling seal, wild-haired boy, and beanie-clad dog, this will become a favorite with pre-schoolers and kindergarteners.

Poke A Dot Who s in the Ocean 30 Poke able Poppin Dots

Author: IKids
Publisher: Innovative Kids
ISBN: 1601692706
Release Date: 2012-08-01
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

Out in the ocean where the big waves roar, tons of different creatures come out to explore. Kids can count them all as they read along with this boucing rhyme. With beautiful, colorful illustrations and irresistible click-to-count buttons, kids will love learning their numbers as they discover who lives in the ocean.

Poke A Dot 10 Little Monkeys 30 Poke able poppin dots

Author: IKids
Publisher: Innovative Kids
ISBN: 1584769386
Release Date: 2009-09-14
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

Once you start popping, there?s just no stopping These fun, tactile books help kids learn to count ?without losing count! Raised buttons pop in on every page so kids can press them as they count. With ten spreads and 30 poke-able What?s more fun than a barrel of monkeys? How about a house full of `em? Kids will love poking the dots and hearing them pop as they learn to count down from ten in the favorite childhood rhyme `Ten Little Monkeys?. Casebound book with ?pop-able? buttons that can be pressed through die cut holes.

Dot to Dot

Author: Anna Pomaska
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486295354
Release Date: 1997-05-31
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

20 large size, simply drawn illustrations invite youngsters to connect the dots and create pictures of a snail, bunny, bird, star and other subjects.

Dot Dot Draw Connect the Dots Book

Author: Activibooks For Kids
Publisher: Activibooks for Kids
ISBN: 1683212762
Release Date: 2016-03-22

Do you know that connect the dots is a wonderful introduction to drawing? You can treat it as guided drawing but soon, you can slowly wean your child off it to allow more freedom and flexibility to create. Other than that, it's also effective in helping a child master counting and maybe become familiar with how written numerals look like. Grab a copy now!

Ten Black Dots Board Book

Author: Donald Crews
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061857799
Release Date: 2010-06-22
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

How many black dots? One? Two? Three? What can you make? Read this book and see!

Alphabet Master A to Z Connect the Dots Activity Book

Author: Bobo's Children Activity Books
Publisher: Bobo's Children Activity Books
ISBN: 1683272919
Release Date: 2016-07-06

There's an order that your child will need to follow when connecting dots. That order is like counting from 1 to 10. It's interesting to note that this activity provides an alternative yet possibly more effective means of number mastery. Plus, it's really fun to do, too! So what are you waiting for? Get your child started on connect the dots tod

Thirty Million Words

Author: Dana Suskind
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780698194328
Release Date: 2015-09-08
Genre: Family & Relationships

*Nominated for the Books for a Better Life Award* The founder and director of the Thirty Million Words Initiative, Professor Dana Suskind, explains why the most important—and astoundingly simple—thing you can do for your child’s future success in life is to talk to him or her, reveals the recent science behind this truth, and outlines precisely how parents can best put it into practice. The research is in: Academic achievement begins on the first day of life with the first word said by a cooing mother just after delivery. A study by researchers Betty Hart and Todd Risley in 1995 found that some children heard thirty million fewer words by their fourth birthdays than others. The children who heard more words were better prepared when they entered school. These same kids, when followed into third grade, had bigger vocabularies, were stronger readers, and got higher test scores. This disparity in learning is referred to as the achievement gap. Professor Dana Suskind, MD, learned of this thirty million word gap in the course of her work as a cochlear implant surgeon at University of Chicago Medical School and began a new research program along with her sister-in-law, Beth Suskind, to find the best ways to bridge that gap. The Thirty Million Word Initiative has developed programs for parents to show the kind of parent-child communication that enables optimal neural development and has tested the programs in and around Chicago across demographic groups. They boil down to getting parents to follow the three Ts: Tune in to what your child is doing; Talk more to your child using lots of descriptive words; and Take turns with your child as you engage in conversation. Parents are shown how to make the words they serve up more enriching. For example, instead of telling a child, “Put your shoes on,” one might say instead, “It is time to go out. What do we have to do?” The lab's new five-year longitudinal research program has just received funding so they can further corroborate their results. The neuroscience of brain plasticity is some of the most valuable and revolutionary medical science being done today. It enables us to think and do better. It is making a difference in the lives of both the old and young. If you care for children, this landmark book is essential reading. From the Hardcover edition.