Pretend and Play: On the Farm Review

Pretend and Play: On the Farm – Great for Spatial Learning


Pretend and Play: On the Farm Review
Some of the first books kids learn to love are ones that interact with them as they’re reading. Board books are a great place to start since the pages are easy for them to turn and they get that sense of achievement flipping through themselves. But when the book also turns into a game, it’s even more exciting!

Pretend and Play: On the Farm ReviewPretend and Play: On the Farm is one of the newest releases by Salina Yoon, and combines both a fun story for children ages 3 to 5, a puzzle and even a pop up inside. As you open the book, the inside is transformed into a barn that stores the puzzle pieces inside. You will find a pig, cow, sheep and horse all cut out and ready to go to the farm!

Pretend and Play: On the Farm ReviewEach page of the book tells about a different animal on the farm and shows them on the page, and a place where another animal can be added. The animals are cut out and the puzzle pieces fit perfectly inside.

Pretend and Play: On the Farm ReviewBesides basic reading skills, with rhyming and bright images, the book is a lot of fun for your little ones. And the puzzle pieces, help your little ones learn how to fit the pieces on the page and with their spatial skills. Overall, Pretend and Play: On the Farm is a fun book, and the adorable way for your kids to learn more about the Farm and animals as they go on their tour with Farmer Jack!

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