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This is one in a series of books which introduce children to the alphabet and help them take their first steps in reading and writing. Each Letterland character helps children with the sound and the shape of the letter as the child follows their adventures.
From Aunt Annie's alligator to the colourful Zizzer-Zazzer-Zuzz, Dr. Seuss's delightful book introduces early learners to the letters of the alphabet through an amazing array of crazy creatures.
Richard Scarry's classic title, What Do People Do All Day? is packed with pictures and things to spot on every page, this classic book brings the world of Richard Scarry to a new generation of readers.
Children will love learning about coloours with their friends from te Hundred-Acre Wood! Every page of this workbook features adorable illustrations and fun activities to complete. There are reward stickers and a colourful wall chart, too!
I LOVE SOUNDS
Moo, Moo! Ding, ding! Tweet, tweet!
Who makes these noises?
Can you hear them on a farm or in the garden?
Find out with 15 brightly coloured flaps.
Lets make some noises!
This series features easy-to-hold, board books which are interactive. Each book focuses on the life of a baby animal. Every page gives an interesting fact about the animal and questions prompt interaction between parent and child, encouraging recognition of colours and sounds.
Featuring over 120 key words, this sticker dictionary is designed to help young children learn the shapes and sounds of a-z.
First Time Learning is the deal start every child needs to gain confidence for nursery, playschool, early years and reception classes. Each First Time Learning book contains pages of illustrated learning activites, as well as colourful stickers that can be used to decorate and complete an activity and reward your child's effort.
Every page provides opportunities for you to guide your child's learning or for your child to work independently. Learning should be an enjoyable and rewarding experience for you and your child. Short sessions are better than extended ones, and you should encourage your child to talk about what they are doing and to ask and answer questions.
This sequel to ABCs Write & Wipe: Uppercase Letters will help children learn to write their lowercase letters. These flash cards also include a dry-erase marker which allows children to practice the stroke order of lowercase letters again and again.
This is a happy little board book to share and read aloud. Spot explores opposites like 'over' and 'under', 'soft' and 'hard' and 'open' and 'shut'.
Die Kyk net hier...-reeks se klein kartonboekies vir klein kindertjies bevat pragtige prentjies van diere en die dierename in eenvoudige leesbare teks.
Every parent wants to offer the best for his child and consequently spends thousands of rands on extra classes and the best schools. Unfortunately there are still kids whose shortcomings influence their emotional development and social skills.