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A Is for Apple (Trace-and-Flip Fun!) (Smart…

A Is for Apple (Trace-and-Flip Fun!) (Smart Kids Trace-and-Flip) (2011)

by Georgie Birkett

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This delightful, innovative book offers an engaging new way for children to discover and learn basic concepts of the alphabet. Children can practice by running their finger along large, grooved letters, children can explore each shape. Colorful lift the flaps on every sturdy page further reinforce easy learning. Each board page features a capital letter that a child can trace with their finger, a flap to lift to find a surprise, and bright illustrations. The bright and graphic illustrations include cuddly animals and familiar objects. Also, included are helpful hints on how to extend the fun with guessing games, writing exercises, and more. There are two association words/illustrations for each letter, with one being hidden under a flap/door so it's very engaging!
  hildaalcaraz | Mar 18, 2017 |
This is a great book for children who are learning the alphabet. This is a great book for children who need hands on practice writing the alphabet. Throughout this book it allows the child to trace the letters and also sketch the letters by themselves. The illustrations are full of the letters and very colorful. I would use this book in a pre school classroom when teaching my students the alphabet. ( )
  klytle | Dec 3, 2015 |
This book is for children who are learning the Alphabet and learning to write their letters. I really like this book because it has indentions within each letter that allows a child to trace it with their finger. It also has an example picture for each letter. For example, the letter "A" page has a trace section, a picture of an apple, and a flip tab of another picture of an ant. This is a fun and less boring way for a child to learn the letters of the Alphabet. I recommend this to any young aged child who is learning the Alphabet, learning to write letters, or learning to identify objects with letters. :) ( )
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A is for apple ...and ant.
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Presents letters of the alphabet along with words that begin with each letter, in a book with letter-shaped cut-outs young readers can trace with their finger.

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