Scissors are basic tools for developing fine motor skills, and this book is the best way to introduce them to your child. Use this book to help your child practice cutting with scissors as a way to improve manual dexterity.
How big was the largest dinosaur? The smallest? The fastest? All of these answers and more are in this fact-filled coloring book for children ages 8 and up.
Simply by following the dots, playing hidden word games, doing crossword puzzles, working through mazes, and solving "what's wrong" pictures, kids can learn about the "terrible lizards" that lived millions of years ago.
Young paleontologists will come face to face with such Mesozoic monsters as the long-necked Apatosaurus, three-horned Triceratops, "hollow-tailed" Coelurus, carnivorous Tyrannosaurus, and more.
The farm animals are getting up to some fun and games, and they're looking for kids to join them Children ages six and up will love these word games, picture puzzles, mazes, jokes, and brain teasers. Crawl through a Worm Squirm, find out how to tell if there are cows in your refrigerator, and use the letters in "Rhode Island Red" to fill in an entire crossword puzzle. Delight in hours of enjoyment packed with pig races, clever riddles, and coloring challenges.
Fridolf Johnson, noted designer and former editor of American Artist, has created 30 handsome drawings of fabled creatures for this coloring book. Old favorites such as the mermaid, the centaur, and the phoenix are here, as well as some that are not as well known, such as the basilisk, whose glance can kill; the kraken, a huge sea monster sometimes mistaken for an island; and the manticore, who has the body of a lion, a spiked tail with the sting of a scorpion, a man's face with three rows of teeth, and a keen appetite for human flesh.
The Music Workbook contains pages of coloring, tracing, matching, ear training and listening that have been carefully designed to reinforce the musical concepts introduced in the Music Lesson Book 1. In full color, 48 pages.
This book teaches children to add 3, 4, 5 and bigger single-digit numbers in a step-by-step manner, enabling them to gain solid calculation skills without being confused about the concept of decimal places. Building basic addition skills is vital to later understanding the decimal system -- which is in turn the foundation of higher-level arithmetic. This book is designed to prepare children for school-level math.
Take a field trip to the zoo and find out who's who From the aardvark to the zebra, these 30 easy dot-to-dot puzzles take kids on a far-ranging journey through the animal kingdom. They'll encounter a gorilla, an elephant, a rhinoceros, a leopard, and three kinds of bears, plus birds such as the cockatoo, ostrich, and penguin. The big, full-page drawings are fun to color, too.
Brand new for beginning readers: An I Spy Reader with picture clue riddlesAll-new, easy-to-read riddles by Jean Marzollo are paired with fun photographs culled from previously published I Spy books to create an I Spy easy reader. With rhythm, rhyme, and picture clues, this book is written to support the newest reader.
A Level 1 reader with picture riddles and search-and-find funAll new, easy-to-read riddles by Jean Marzollo are paired with fun photographs culled from previously published I Spy books to create this I Spy easy reader that's perfect for spring With rhythm, rhyme, and picture clues, this book is written to support the newest reader