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Ages: 3-6

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Product Code: 234-564

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Poke-A-Dot! Who's in the Ocean?
Are you still looking for a creative way to teach a preschooler that counting is not a silly chant, but has meaning? Poke-A-Dot! Who's in the Ocean? is what you’ve been looking for. This is number three in our very pop-ular line of popping dots books. Poke-A-Dot! Who's in the Ocean? will have special appeal to the child who loves all things aquatic. The unique popping dots let children track how many beautiful and colorful sea creatures are on each page; every time they touch one, the bubble pops.

Fun Way to Teach Counting from Ten to One
Poke-A-Dot! Who's in the Ocean? is a chunky board book, so it is perfect for smaller fingers, and the buttons can be popped easily and repeatedly. In fact, the poking of the dots is very addictive for most children, which is an additional benefit for a child who needs to work on fine motor skills. Poke-A-Dot! Who's in the Ocean? is a fun, fresh way for your preschooler to discover who lives in the ocean while teaching him how to count backwards from ten to one!
Features

Twenty durable board-book pages!

Publisher's Information
Pages: 20
Binding: Hardcover
Copyright: 2012
ISBN: 9781601692702
Publisher: Innovative Kids
Made in: China
Faith-Based: No

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Unique February 5, 2014
Reviewer: Leah D.  
Unique book for those kids who love buttons, and what kid doesn't!? This isn't a book for a quiet place however, like church. And pushing the buttons one way is louder than going the other way. One or two of our buttons don't stay pushed down so they are kind of useless. My 18 mos old still likes the book however. Love the colorful pages. The pages are nice and sturdy and thick, it's a fat book overall. The story is cute and short for younger kids. So far my 18 mos old doesn't even care about the story, he's all about the buttons.

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Great Book! October 18, 2013
Reviewer: Christine R.  
My two year old daughter loved the "Poke-A-Dot Old MacDonald's Farm" book so I got this one with my doodle dollars and she loves this one too! She usually lets me read the page, then pokes the dots as I count to her!

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Great product. Kids love it. October 10, 2013
Reviewer: Mary C.  
Great product. Kids love it.

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Fun and functional! August 6, 2013
Reviewer: Molly D.  
We gave this book to our 24 month old daughter, and she loved it from the start. Like many toddlers, she can count out loud to ten, but seems to think numbers are just a song to sing! The bubbles in this book were VERY helpful in teaching her to count. Any experienced mom knows that when children first begin to count, they often count the objects correctly, but just go back to the first item and keep on counting! It's so hard for little ones to remember what has already been counted, no matter how well they know their numbers. Finally, a solution! No matter what order she counts the starfish or sharks in, the counted objects clearly have an already "popped" bubble. She quickly learned how to "read" the book to herself, and she can now count items quite well, from blocks to apples. This book has such a simple concept, yet it is just perfect for helping little ones truly learn to count.

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Fun! January 14, 2013
Reviewer: Ville Mom  
Our 18 month old grandson enjoys poking the bubbles. His math-teacher dad immediately pointed out that the pages count down instead of up. It's much fun !

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