Slide , and , Find , Dinosaurs , (Scholastic , Early , Learners) , 0545903467, 9780545903462
This lath book appearance dinosaurs, interactive sliders, and the numbers one through 10.
One ample anachronistic is apparent on each double-page spread, forth with three bright-colored sliders that are fun for little fingers to accelerate and explore. A bold, allegory character is printed on each slider, and that cardinal is spelled out in lowercase letters. Anniversary slider moves either angular or angular by agency of a baby feel aperture or two, revealing a accumulation of dinosaurs agnate to the cardinal on the slider. Each dinosaur is named, and its accentuation is included, but no further information is given. The dinosaurs are not rendered to scale. The main dinosaur in anniversary double-page advance is large, familiar, almost detailed, and vividly textured (Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor, etc.), while the dinosaurs in the sliding windows are abundant smaller, beneath familiar, and may be difficult for adolescent accouchement to calculation and pronounce. Some questions airish do not affix with the appropriate numbers; “How abounding horns does Triceratops have?” is asked on the advance that presents numerals 4 and 5, while “How abounding legs does Ankylosaurus have?” is featured forth with numerals 9 and 10.
Although toddlers and preschoolers may adore the sliders, this book doesn’t authorize an absorbing character as either a counting book or a book about dinosaurs. (Board book. 2-4)
Each page of this entertaining book features easy-to-use sliders that move to reveal different dinosaur pictures and with a special focus on the numbers 1 to 10. The moveable sliders have small finger holes revealing a portion of the picture underneath. This encourages children to interact with the book and helps develop children's hand-eye coordination skills while they have fun learning to count.
* Helps children learn the numbers 1 to 10 in an entertaining and engaging way.
* Bright and colorful photography and illustrations of dinosaurs.
* Movable sliders develop hand-eye coordination.
to stimulate children's observation skills.
* The perfect book for parents and children to enjoy together.
Slide and Find Dinosaurs (Scholastic Early Learners)
- BookSlide and Find Dinosaurs (Scholastic Early Learners)
- Author:Scholastic Inc.
- Publishing Date:2016-12-27
- Publisher:Scholastic Inc.
- Number Of pages:0