First 101 Words: A Highlights Hide-and-Seek Book with Flaps (Board book)
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Reading fun for the littlest bookworms! With an interactive puzzle activity on each page, this oversized lift-the-flap board book will help babies and toddlers begin to identify foundational words and meanings. This 14-page book is expertly crafted to engage little ones and spark early learning through fun.
This board book is filled with 101 different words and clearly labeled pictures of animals, foods and so much more. Under the oversized flaps, the book explores shapes, sounds, colors and numbers. Babies will love looking at and naming the photos in this sturdy book, while toddlers and parents will enjoy the questions and answers that help them find the cute red bird hidden on each spread.
Designed for hands-on fun, this book’s wipe-off surface protects against spills, and rounded edges provide a safe reading experience. Little ones will delight in the engaging puzzles created by childhood experts and speech therapists to help develop early learning skills and foster a love of reading.
About the Author
Highlights Learning was developed with education experts to help pave the way for school success by pairing our unique brain-building puzzles and humor with curriculum practice to make learning fun. These award-winning products take the Highlights kid-approved approach and organize it into a progressive framework, aligned with school standards and supported by teachers. Highlights Learning workbooks and learning materials span a variety of print formats, including workbooks, practice pads, write-on wipe-off activity books, and board books.
“A large-format board book with 101 photographs. . . . The book's approach is straightforward: It contains pages of labeled photographs arranged by category. Some of the images are printed on flaps that encourage readers to identify colors, numbers, shapes, and sounds. . . . It condenses what could have been eight books into one. A cartoon bird, introduced as the guide on the front cover, poses questions to readers on each page. . . . It's a nice touch and helps boost interaction. The photographs themselves are clear and brightly colored against solid backgrounds. . . . Overall, no gimmicks, nothing overdone—it succeeds in its purpose. Grab this one instead of a multitude of narrowly focused, lesser-quality picture dictionaries for babies.” —Kirkus Reviews