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Dot to Dot Count to 25 (Dot to Dot Counting) epub ebook

by Balloon Books

Dot to Dot Count to 25 (Dot to Dot Counting) epub ebook

Author: Balloon Books
Category: Early Learning
Language: English
Publisher: Sterling; 5805th edition (March 1, 2007)
Pages: 64 pages
ISBN: 1402746261
ISBN13: 978-1402746260
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 101
Other formats: mobi lrf lit doc

Kids can follow the dots to counting success—and fun! As with the other books in the Dot to Dot Count series, this collection features adorable pictures children will love and a number line across the top of each spread to keep little ones on track. What will youngsters see when they’re reached the big 25 and finished connecting? A rhino, a ladybug on a leaf, a two-tusked elephant, a lion basking in the sunshine, and nearly 60 more cool creatures.
Reviews (7)
This is an excellent book! The paper is sturdy, so the pictures don't show through, even if finished with a marker. You can erase unsuccessfull attempts made in pencil many times, with no visible damage to the page. The pictures are recognizable when completed (which is not always the case in some other books I tried). My daughter is almost 4 and just started doing dot-to-dot about two months ago. At that time she was ok counting till 10, maybe even 15, but anything beyond that was a hit-or-miss. With this book and the "Dot-to-Dot Count to 30" book from the same company, she learned her numbers first to 25, then to 30 within a few weeks. She was frequently confused at first between 12 and 21, etc., and in general definitely needed guidance completing the pictures, but now, a few weeks since she started these, she's doing them by herself with no trouble. Her hand-eye coordination improved dramatically, too.

What distinguishes these books from many others is that they have a number line drawn at the top of the page, so if the child is not sure what number should follow, say 17, she can look it up on the number line and know that she needs to look for 18 next. That really helps learning numbers!

Light out of Fildon
My 3 year old can't really count to 25 yet, but the dot-to-dot concept will help her learn with the added reward of the picture at the end. I like how the top of each page shows the numbers 1 to 25 so she can look there to identify what the next number to connect should look like, even if she doesn't know it by name yet.

My kids love these dot to dot workbooks by Balloon Books. They are very basic and easy to do. Great for keeping them busy! :)

Bought this for my 4 year old granddaughter to teach her both the numbers as well as practice drawing staight lines. Then once the dots were connected, she can color the pictures. She has had fun with it and the spacing between the numbers is good. Great practice workbook.

Awesome!! My 3.5 year old loved it! It's great that it goes from connect five dots in the first pages and gets progressively more difficult until finally theyre connecting 25 dots.

Excellent quality! Thick pages. These have been wonderful for helping my daughter with her counting skills.

This was purchased for a 3-year-old girl who was having difficulty counting. Using the dot-to-dot book made it fun for her and she quickly found that she could count to 25 and recognize the numbers as well. I would recommend this book to anyone who was trying to teach their 2-3 year old child to count to 25.

these are very nice, I was looking for the "old fashioned" dot to dot books like we used to have in coloring books. These are nicer than that, but also more expensive. I would take the pages and make some copies for more usage. but they were for a gift, so they can do what they want!

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