Dot-to-dot puzzles are accompanied by easy-to-follow adventures in this activity book. Both entertaining and educational, this book encourages children in the acquisition of number skills and helps them practise drawing skills.
A write-in activity book for young children, full of mazes, dot-to-dot, drawing, colouring, stickering, spot-the-difference, counting, spotting and matching activities - all themed around space. An interactive way for children to find out about what's out in space, with exciting space facts and lots of space-related vocabulary. Illustrations: Full colour throughout WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts. Choking Hazard.
Lots of satisfyingly challenging dot-to-dot puzzles in a large-format, write-in, tear-off pad. The perfect size to be used as placemats. Individual mazes can be torn off and handed out to a group of children during quiet moments or to entertain them at parties.
Contains lots of different activities on a space theme for young children, including mazes, dot-to-dots and doodling. Wipe-clean pages mean that the activities can be done again and again, with the wipe-clean pen provided, providing lots of repeat practice in pen control.
Packed full of exciting dot-to-dots, this title lets you use the special pen to join the dots and find out what the pictures show. Each page is wipe-clean so that children can complete the dot-to-dots over and over again. It helps young children learn about numbers, counting and pen control.
THIS SERIES OF ACTIVITY BOOKS IS BOTH ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL. DESIGNED TO BE USED WITH ADULT GUIDANCE, THEY WILL PROVIDE YOUNG CHILDREN WITH HOURS OF FUN, WHILE ENCOURAGING THE ACQUISITION OF NUMBER SKILLS AND HELPING IMPROVE PENCIL CONTROL.
Author: Simon Tudhope
Release Date: 2014-06-01
Young passengers on long journeys in a car, plane, boat, or plane are sure to be entertained using this fun activity book. Packed with nearly 200 pen-and-paper puzzles, the tear-off pad features picture puzzles, word puzzles, simple logic puzzles, odd ones out, spot the difference, and others. Illustrations. Consumable.
Author: Sam Taplin
Release Date: 2016-03-01
Pen control is an essential skill which children need to master before they can learn to write. This wipe-clean book provide plenty of opportunities to practice this and their counting skills, as children move the special pen from one dot to the next to reveal a variety of vehicles.
Contains lots of different activities for young children, including mazes, dot-to-dots and doodling. This title features wipe-clean pages so that the activities can be done again and again. It offers an useful way to help practise pen control. It also includes a wipe-clean pen.
This bright, friendly activity book is both entertaining and educational. Young children will have lots of fun finding the hidden pictures and developing their number skills and pencil control at the same time.
"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.
This fun book is a perfect way for young children to practise pen control. Use the special pen to draw simple pictures following the step-by-step instructions provided.Each page is wipe-clean so new drawings can be made over and over again, and mistakes just don't matter. Not suitable for children under 36 months because of small parts.
Lots of amazing mazes set in space, each one completely different from the one before. Many of the mazes contain extra puzzles to solve and challenges to complete en route, and the mazes get gradually more and more difficult throughout the book, pushing children to develop their problem-solving and visual recognition skills.
Children need to add lots of words to their spoken vocabularly and this fantastic look-and-talk book will provide them with plenty of opportunities to do so. Images borrowed from Usborne's 1,000 Things...series are collected here in a compact, simplified series for younger children. Thin board will withstand constant use.