Book Review: Fun with Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Colors, and Animals (Coloring Book)

Fun with Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Colors, and Animals

My First Toddler Coloring Book

Illustrator:  Tanya Emelyanova

Educational Consultant: Linda J. Carstens, Ph.D

Rockridge Press (February 6, 2018)

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My First Toddler Coloring Book is the only jumbo toddler coloring book that introduces early counting and simple word skills―in addition to shapes, letters, numbers, and animals―with over 100 illustrations.

Toddlers learn best while having fun. My First Toddler Coloring Book helps children ages 1-3 learn fundamental concepts like reading and counting through coloring. Whether your child prefers to use My First Toddler Coloring Book with you or independently, they will have fun while nurturing their earliest learning skills with this imaginative toddler coloring book approved by teachers, parents, and children alike.

In the colorful, eye-catching pages of My First Toddler Coloring Book, you’ll find:

  • Fundamental learning concepts such as numbers, letters, shapes, colors, animals, simple words, and counting
  • Bold lines which help toddlers stay within the lines and reinforce the shapes found in this toddler coloring book
  • More than 100 familiar illustrations that are perfect for building fine motor and recognition skills

My First Toddler Coloring Book is the best toddler coloring book for fun andlearning that inspires hours of enjoyment―at home or in the classroom.

My First Toddler Coloring Book is a welcome period of calm and closeness for you and your toddler―offering both of you a chance to sit together while engaging in conversation about the pictures and concepts in the book. It will also reinforce what your toddler has started to learn in preschool, daycare, or board books.” ―Linda J. Carstens, PhD, former teacher of early childhood education, researcher of early childhood language development

 

AMAZON

 

REVIEW

Covers five basic concepts in early learning. Nice bold outlines to reinforce the pictures to color in (or not). Made on nice, heavy paper.

 


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