by Brittany Lynch
There are tracing pages to help little fingers learn how to draw letters and numbers. There are connect-the-dot games and matching games to get them thinking with logic, and to improve their memory. Moving from identifying basic colors into finally reading small words, there are even sections about rhyming words, and counting the syllables in a word. The pages gradually teach the reader their colors, shapes, numbers, alphabet, and simple spelling as they grow throughout the school year.
The best part about this workbook are the colorful illustrations. Each page is full of color and energy, which makes the activities fun and entertaining. The cartoon style of the illustrations are simple, but bright and lively, drawing the attention of young readers, without overwhelming the page or making it too busy.
I really love the balance of fun and learning in this workbook! I can’t wait to do some of the activities with my toddler niece!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.