Monday, January 30, 2017

Color and Shapes/First Numbers - 2 bookwraps today!

Learn basic concepts with these fun touch-and-trace sturdy board books!

Sky Pony Press board book
Also available as an ebook

Created by Angie Hewitt
Ages 2 and Under

Unwrapping a montage of illustrations ...

Colors and Shapes

First Numbers

These awesome books are a fun and engaging way to introduce early learning concepts to very young children!  Kids can use their finger to follow the grooves on each page to learn basic shapes, colors, and numbers.  They can happily trace squares, circles, triangles, and more, all while learning to identify the color of each shape.  

The Little Groovers series is an excellent way for children to:

*Develop hand-eye coordination
*Encourage motor skills development
*Boost learning through interactive play

Colours and Shapes and First Numbers are engaging and fun-filled ways to introduce early concepts to toddlers.  Practice again and again with this new board series to get children ready for preschool and prewriting.

About the author of the book...

Angie Hewitt is a full-time illustrator and a keen artist and crafter. She has contributed to dozens of books and her work is constantly in demand. Angie lives with her husband and their cat, Smeagle, in Derbyshire, England.

Storywraps rating... 5 Hugs !!!!!

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