With this easy-to-solve puzzle book, children can learn the alphabet, sharpen their picture recognition skills, solve crosswords, and express their creativity through colors -- while having fun every step of the way Twenty-one delightful crosswords contain a variety of numbered objects that serve as clues to the puzzle's words. Children determine the names of the items and fill them in the appropriate "Across" and "Down" boxes in the crossword grid. Each crossword is based on a different letter: the "P" crossword features such picture clues as pig, pencil, and pizza. Plus, when children are finished with each puzzle, the whole page can be colored
Budding artists can easily create a variety of different pets by joining circles, ovals, rectangles, cylinders, and other common shapes
- 30 pictures to draw: a dog, cat, mouse, parakeet, pony, potbelly pig, lamb, hermit crab, sugar glider, and more
- Simple directions, step-by-step illustrations
- Includes blank practice pages
- Illustrations can be colored when finished
- For children ages 5 to 10
Your favorite little globetrotter will create a masterpiece of memories with The Children's Travel Journal. While on the road, this unique diary is a fun-filled work-in-progress. When completed, it becomes a treasured keepsake that vividly preserves memories of a special trip.TOPICS include: Calendar * Making Plans * The Destination * First Impressions * People * Food & Restaurants * Money * Landmarks & Monuments * Museums & Galleries * Best Day / Worst Day * I'll Never Forget & more SPECIAL FEATURES: Fits easily into a backpack * Plastic cover for durability * Pocket for mementos * Heavy paper stock
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.
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.
Create your own picture book Young children will love working with these durable, reusable stickers, and they can have fun using them to make picture books and projects on their own. These entertaining books provide a hands-on way to explore new subjects.
Blaze a trail through a juicy apple, a buzzing bee, a seagoing sailboat, and other objects. Twenty-six simple mazes -- one for each letter of the alphabet -- will take you through an igloo, over the ocean floor, around a giant yo-yo, and more. For extra fun, color the big pictures when you're finished traveling. By the way, if you get stuck, take a peek at the answers. They're at the end of the book