Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - 64 Seiten
It’s never too early for kids to start solving puzzles! Not only is it fun, but it’s just the type of brain workout and skill-building young minds need. Every one of these enjoyable games fosters letter recognition—which is great preparation for reading. Here’s what children can do: At a “Tee Party,” circle the two tee-shirts that say the same words—and the one that’s different. Join the “B Club” by picking out the pictures of objects that start with this letter. Compare a three-letter word with a four-letter one, and write down the extra letter that distinguishes them. Cheerful illustrations throughout make this extra-appealing!
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3-letter word 4-letter 3-letter word Missing 4-letter word 3-letter 4-letter word Extra adult Answer ARTS begins blank space BOAT bottom BUNNIES child CHRISTMAS circled letters Connect the dots correct crafts Cross CROSS-OUTS Draw a line EASTER EASY EIGHT find the names finish five things FOUR four-letter word front going grid Heart help you put HOUSE PETS Jack letters to find LOCATION Look MEAN Month MOVING Musical Instrument Name each picture nursery rhyme object opposite PEEP PERSON PICTURE CROSSWORD placed playground puzzles rest ROUTE second column sentence SEVEN solving space start STOP supplies sure symbol WHEEL whole grid word 3-letter word word 4-letter word word Extra letter word Missing letter word will lead Write the letter write the word WRONG