Scholastic Early Learners: Slide and Find Dinosaurs by Scholastic IncScholastic Early Learners: Slide and Find Dinosaurs by Scholastic Inc

Scholastic Early Learners: Slide and Find Dinosaurs

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Board Book | December 27, 2016

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Scholastic Early Learners: Interactive board books for hands-on learning!

With vivid photography and fun, slide-and-find pictures, children will love exploring Slide and Find Dinosaurs while practicing their numbers and learning about dinosaurs! Each page of this entertaining book features easy-to-use sliders that move to reveal different dinosaur pictures and with a special focus on the numbers 1 to 10. The moveable sliders have small finger holes revealing a portion of the picture underneath. This encourages children to interact with the book and helps develop children's hand-eye coordination skills while they have fun learning to count.

Title:Scholastic Early Learners: Slide and Find DinosaursFormat:Board BookDimensions:12 pages, 10.65 × 6.51 × 0.73 inPublished:December 27, 2016Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545903467

ISBN - 13:9780545903462

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not bad for this company Ok, so call me biased. My daughter and I are hooked on the Van Fleet books because they are just so unique and immersive... so most books by other authors/companies don't have a chance at competing for my daughter's attention. The scholastic touch and feel books have been consistently boring for my daughter who i now 15 months. There just isn't anything particularly interesting or eye catching about them. BUT, this one is actually ok. My daughter will grab this book occasionally, I think the sliding cards intrigue her. The book is not enough to hold her attention longer than maybe 5 minutes, which is disappointing. But perhaps as she gets older; it may become more interesting to her. For now, not bad.
Date published: 2017-01-17