Help your child develop confidence while learning important skills with this fun-filled maze activity book! Black and white interior version.
The uniquely illustrated mazes included in this activity book will enable your child to develop problem-solving and fine motor skills, both important components of early childhood learning. Your little one will be excited to head out on a travel adventure with 4 fun characters, including Parker the Plane, Tag the Train, Cruiser the Car and Bugaloo the Boat. He or she will navigate through challenging mazes (set within scenes of oceans, storms, bridges, tunnels and more) in search of hidden clue words. The dot-to-dots will help develop fine motor skills, numeracy and literacy skills, and provide opportunities for some fun creative coloring once completed. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to join in and compete in the Adult vs Child Maze Challenges alongside the kids!
Inside, you and your child will find:
* 25 originally illustrated full color maze pages
* Five levels increasing in difficulty (appropriate for ages 4-8)
* Dot-to-dots to complete and color within each level - printed on one side only to prevent show through
* Clue words to find after each maze is completed which form fun sentences when put together
* Durable, travel-friendly, wipe-clean glossy cover
* Large 8.5” x 11” format with black and white interior
* Created by certified teachers
Offer your child hours of fun while learning important educational skills.
This book is a treasure trove pack filled with loads and loads of fun for kids four and up, I would say up to eight years. It will keep them entertained with hours of fun while helping their brains stay healthy, help them to stay focus, and concentrate.
What a great little book that gets parents and children working together!My daughter quite likes doing mazes anyway, but she has never done a dot to dot, so she particularly enjoyed looking and learning something new.Great book, that I would definitely recommend.
A fun book for adult and child to share. The puzzles are plentiful and the illustrations and layout make for an appealing book, plus there’s the opportunity to colour in the pages so there’s hours and hours of entertainment here. I haven’t seen a puzzle book that provides quite as much variety and entertainment as this one and I like it a lot. I’d gladly share it with a younger audience. It would promote conversational, puzzle solving skills as well as fine motor and cognitive skills.My thanks to NetGalley and publisher for a digital copy in exchange for my review.