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Ages: 2-5
Grade Levels: Preschool-Kindergarten

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Draw & Learn Places
With bold and bright art, Draw & Learn Places features an assortment of houses, rooms, and animal habitats. The instructions are easy to follow, with some pages showing drawings that are partially completed (add a chimney and flowers), while with others, scant direction is given (draw the smallest house). Colorful and engaging, Draw & Learn Places introduces your child to his community while making some important precursory steps to reading and writing.
  • Author: Harriet Ziefert
  • Illustrator: Tanya Roitman
  • Pages: 96
  • ISBN: 9781609052171
  • Publisher: Blue Apple Books
  • Faith-Based: No

  • Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

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    easy to do September 4, 2015
    Reviewer: Chalanda S.  
    This is an easy and fun book to introduce art concepts. It is pretty basic but is age appropriate for a 3-4yr old. It is similar to the doodle books just a bit easier for children new to drawing. I appreciate the prompts and large print...my daughter can keep busy on this while I work with our older son without me having to read tiny instructions which is very helpful.

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    Nice workbook but... August 20, 2015
    Reviewer: Emily  
    This is a great workbook. The colors and layout are engaging but this will be much more apporpriate for 4 to 5 year olds as opposed to 3 and younger 4 year olds. My daughter isn't able to do this book yet so we will keep this and try again in about 6 months

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    My son does not like November 1, 2014
    Reviewer: Melanie Y.  
    My son does not like to draw or color, however he gets excited when we pull out this book. It uses shapes and colors, all things he likes, and shows him how to put them all together to make pictures. It's a very fun and "smart" product.

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    Cute progression showing elements of August 28, 2014
    Reviewer: Bernadine V.  
    Cute progression showing elements of a house; but jumps a little quickly with "draw a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom. While skills improve over the previous pages, it is a pretty big jump and may need some plain paper practice. This is followed by "Draw people walking" with no practice or direction on drawing people. Again, some simple stick-figure practice would help. Overall, still a fun book and a good guide for non-artists like myself!

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    Nice work book for learning to draw June 27, 2014
    Reviewer: Ryan H.  
    This is a high quality work book...ie, the pages are thick and the illustrations are beautiful. However, I gave it 4 stars because it gets a little repetitive in the beginning. My daughter was getting tired of drawing the same houses. It also doesn't really "teach" how to draw, but rather encourages kids to copy and draw their own version of a house, kitchen, birdhouse, etc. Overall, I do like it and I purchased a second one for my second child to use with the pre-k curriculum.

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