Alphabets and Numbers Colors and Shapes: Animal Rhymes and Picturebook for Kids (alphabets and numbers colora and shapes)

Alphabets and Numbers Colors and Shapes: Animal Rhymes and Picturebook for Kids (alphabets and numbers colora and shapes)
Author: Louise Folger
Language English
Pages: 114
Genre: Uncategorized
ASIN B00J1KBO4Q
Goodreads Rating: 3.00
Published: March 15th 2013 by Loral Enterprises

This is one of the best books to teach children alphabets, numbers, color, shapes and animals. This charming book of alphabets, numbers, colors, shapes and animals provides more than just ABCs. It includes 90 pages of several basic skills with colorful animal photos and rhymes in one book. Children love animals. What better way to get their attention than animal pictures and rhymes to keep them interested in learning. This book also teaches children the names and characteristics of animals. By giving children topics that interest them they realize that learning can be fun and develop a positive attitude toward learning. When children develop a love of learning at an early age they become more successful with learning throughout their life.

If you want to give your child a headstart on learning, buy this book. The funny rhymes help children rememberthe alphabets, colors, numbers, shapes and animals. With the upper and lower case letters children will recognize the letters when they see them written. Plus there are quizzes to reinforced the material the child reads. Details of book: 1. Animal rhymes 2. Animal pictures 3. Alphabets 4. Upper and lower case alphabets 5. Numbers 6. Colors 7. Shapes 8.

Fun Quizzes 9. 90 pages of learning fun This is one of the best books to teach children alphabets, numbers, colors, shapes and animals. Your child will have so much fun learning they will look at the pictures and the words again and again. Recent research indicates that parents are a child’s first teachers.

What parents do related to learning has a lasting impact on their child’s reading skill Excerpt from rhymes: F f is for Frog That jumps here and there. I love to see them swimming And hop up into the air. According to the National Research Council Children who learn from parents that reading is fun may be more likely to sustain efforts to learn to read when they get older. Some experts believe that parental emphasis on reading as entertainment, rather than as a skill, develops a more positive attitude toward reading in children. Research of high school seniors show that early educational experiences, such as, playing number and word games, learning rhymes and having parents read to them, predict a child's later learning and reading ability. Go to the picture of the book at the top of this page and click "Look Inside" to see a sample of this book.

Buy this book to teach your children that learning can be fun.