Mathematical Reasoning Beginning 1 is a highlight for this age. The activities are simple, engaging, and colorful. Whether it is pointing to the group of four yellow horses or crossing off the fish eaten by the cat, this book is a perfect introduction to the basics of math. At this age, math is an interesting puzzle to be solved, and Mathematical Reasoning will not let it become tedious to your child.
You and your child are sure to enjoy
Building Thinking Skills Beginning. The colorful pages and (often) lap-friendly activities provide a perfect way to build his emerging thinking skills. Includes fun riddles, multiple component descriptions (e.g., point to the one that is blue and has a corner), finish-the-picture activities, opportunities for him to tell the story behind the pictures, and much more.
Draw & Learn Faces is an adorable pre-drawing book to help children of all artistic abilities make essential precursory steps to reading and writing. Colorful pages include space for toddlers to add features, from bulbous noses, spiky eyelashes, and crooked teeth, to wavy hair and fuzzy whiskers. Plus there are pages needing a simple splash of color to complete them, perfect for young children just learning to grasp a crayon.
A standard-sized pencil is often difficult for sweet, chubby fingers to grasp. These
Jumbo Pencils make gripping easier with their large surface area, triangular shape, and appealing grippy nubs.
Many science experiments are enhanced by the use of colored water.
H2O la la's tablets are completely safe, non-staining, and are the easiest way to add striking color to water. American-made for children and with no added oils, fragrances, or soap, H2O la la's tablets will delight your child with fizzy action and a dazzling burst of color. Includes 300 tablets, assorted in both size and color: red, yellow, and blue!
Draw & Learn Animals is another adorable pre-drawing book to help children of all artistic abilities make essential precursory steps to reading and writing. Colorful pages include space for toddlers to add details to a variety of animals. Plus there are pages needing a simple splash of color to complete them, perfect for young children just learning to grasp a crayon.