For several months now, I’ve been working on a project behind the scenes and it is finally ready to be shared with you!
When I first tossed around the idea of writing a book, I knew that I wanted it to not only help you teach your children, but I also wanted to make sure that it did so in a fun way.
We’re all about learning through play here and it just wouldn’t make sense to put together a book that was a bore to get through.
Fortunately, I think we nailed the fun factor on the head with our very first book, Dot to Dot Activities for Learning!
Dot to Dot Puzzles That Teach
This book is all about helping you teach your children the letters of the alphabet, both upper and lowercase, and numbers to 100!
Starting at the very first puzzle, your child will work progressively through the book learning as they complete each puzzle.
Learning the Alphabet
This fun puzzle book is broken up into two parts, the alphabet and numbers, and is designed to help your child progress through their early math and literacy skills gradually.
They’ll start with the uppercase alphabet, working on just a few letters (A-J) in their first puzzle. As they work through the puzzles in the uppercase alphabet section, they’ll add more letters and the complexity of the puzzles will increase from those first 10 dots to the full 26.
Once they’ve gone through the uppercase alphabet, they’ll repeat the process with the lowercase letters and with each puzzle they complete, they’ll reveal the answer to the page’s themed question as a picture that they can then color as they’d like.
So, if you’re planning an on the farm or dinosaur theme for your preschooler, you’re going to want to work some of these pages into your learning!
Learning Numbers to 100
Part 2 of our book, Dot to Dot Activities for Learning, has another set of puzzles (and themes) devoted entirely to teaching numbers to 100.
As with the alphabet sections, your child will start out with short puzzles using numbers 1-10.
Once they have mastered those, using the number lines up top as a reference point, they’ll move onto 1-20 with themes like transportation, under the sea, and outer space to keep them engaged.
By the time they’ve completed the last of these puzzles, they’ll have practiced counting to 50, counting to 100, and counting by 10s and when they’re all done, there’s even a certificate of completion at the back of the book to reward them for all of their hard work!
Releasing on April 23, 2019, Dot to Dot Activities for Learning is currently available for pre-order and I would LOVE for you to try it out and let me know what you think!
In the meantime though (while you’re waiting on your pre-ordered copy 😉 I’ve got a quick sneak peek page available for all of you that have dinosaur loving kiddos!