If a player lands on a space of which the Animal Card has already been collected by another player, his turn is over. The book is only 16 pages but it has flaps that reveal pictures of Carle's beloved animals. The animals were strange but still interesting for children. He is known for his amazing illustrations and once again he did a great job. It is such a great illustrated book, that is amazing with the alphabet.
Awards the book has received: This book has not received any rewards Appropriate grade level s : Preschool and Kindergarten Original summary: This book features flip out pages that have the letters of the alphabet. It s easy to learn and fun to play for both children and adults. Simply contact us at 1-877-359-3428. We sometimes play against the clock rather than try to finish the whole game. He knows all of the capital letters, and we are now working on lowercase as well as basic phonics. This game introduces children to the alphabet by teaching them the difference between upper and lowercase letters. There are no awards for this book.
Counting skills are reinforced as players move around the board. The letters were large and colorful and underneath each letter was a picture to illustrate the letter, for example there is great picture of a Crocodile under the letter C. This book has nice simple pictures. This is an alphabet book by the famous Eric Carle. Appropriate grade levels: preschool-2nd grade 3.
The simple pictures also are great for children to focus on the point. He decides which he wants to move. My only reason for giving it 4 stars is due to the fact that I agree with some previous commenters that it is a little bit drawn out. Giving a is one way to share his unique style of words and images which are so easily recognizable and loved by all. The book is versatile because it contains common animals, such as ants, and more obscure animals such as a narwhal. Totally misprononounced X is for.
This is one of the easier alphabet books and it is great for teaching children how to read. I thought this was a quite interesting book, seeing that it flaps and has nice pictures that go with the letters. My daughter would love this! Eric Carle does a fantastic job introducing the alphabet to children in this book. I liked that the book is interactive with the unfolding of pages. Contains Game Board, 4 Playing Pieces, Spinner, 52 Animal Cards and Instructions. Also included are 4 animal character game pieces, a spinner, and 52 animal cards. This book would be great for Pre-schoolers and early kindergarten.
The book is a classic alphabet book that goes through the alphabet, easy enough with just the letter and illustration on each page. For 2 to 4 Players. The teacher and student may make the book more interactive by discussing the sounds these animals make. When they have to move to spaces, make sure you help them through the process so they feel comfortable when counting and moving the pieces. This game is active and energetic, so be prepared for some clean-up afterwards. No flimsy little folded piece of paper or plastic to rip or lose. The youngest player spins first and turns follow to the left.
Since it is a Christmas gift, I will go ahead and keep it grandsons will probably end up denting the tin by playing with it anyway. It would be good for a rhyming activity and even alliteration. This would be a great book for students to use when studying animals. This is a great attention grabber to children, they can recognize there favorite animal while learning how to read. These animals are drawn on the page to show the children what kind of animal it is. Possible in class uses: -Teaching the alphabet. Another great, fun way to reinforce letters; uppercase and lowercase.
Scrabble Alphabet Scoop is designed for children who already know their letters, but could still use occasional practice learning how to spell words. This counting book is very lively and fun to read because of the drastic colors that are illustrated for each of the 26 letters of the alphabet. This game introduces children to the alphabet by teaching them the difference between big and little letters. Because the Illustrations are simple it helps younger kids with reading the book. Beginning to teach children how to read and helping them understand the the shapes of the letters and helping them remember what they are. Appropriate grade levels: Pre-K and Kindergarten 3.
This is an alphabet book by the famous Eric Carle. Each page is simple with the capital letter enlarged and a word that starts with said letter. This is one of the easier alphabet books and it is great for teaching children how to read. Kardtects is the next generation of card house building! There is nothing like game night at our house; full of smiles, giggles and learning. There is only one illustration per page. These animals are drawn on the page to show the children what kind of animal it is.
Each page is simple with the capital letter enlarged and a word that starts with said letter. With The Very Hungry Caterpillar as its centerpiece, the brand has touched the lives of children around the world. Eric Carle, like most of his books, uses vibrant colors in his books and cartoon like images. The only thing I didn't like about the book was the flip-pages; this would render the book to be used only with supervision with very young children if you didn't want the pages torn out. Teach the alphabet, begin the day, and writing activity. Animals are shown on each page in accordance with the letter they start with.