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Cuddly Bears Letters, Numbers, Colors, and Shapes (Brushed Hand) by Bearlyn

Cuddly Bears Letters, Numbers, Colors, and Shapes (Brushed

Hand) by Bearlyn

Published March 20th 2012
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
45 pages
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 About the Book 

This book includes 40 full-color pages of Cuddly Bears. This includes the uppercase and lowercase alphabet A-Z (two letters per page), the numbers 1-20 (two numbers per page), a dozen different colors (two per page), and over a dozen different shapesMoreThis book includes 40 full-color pages of Cuddly Bears. This includes the uppercase and lowercase alphabet A-Z (two letters per page), the numbers 1-20 (two numbers per page), a dozen different colors (two per page), and over a dozen different shapes (two per page). There are also review pages that have all 26 letters, all 20 numbers, all 12 colors, and all 14 shapes.The Cuddly Bears and balloons were hand-brushed with brush pens by artist Bearlyn. The shapes and words are also hand-drawn, which look more natural and are easier for children to reproduce than printed words.At the beginning of the book, a Cuddly Bear waves hello. Advancing from one picture to the next, watch her hand wave. Similarly, a Cuddly Bear will wave goodbye at the end of the book. Encouraging the child to say “hi” and “goodbye” and to wave to the Cuddly Bears may help them feel that the book is slightly interactive.Suggestions for using this book:(1) The first few times using this book, name the letters, numbers, colors, and shapes (like “red heart”) and point to them.(2) Each time you read the book, point out something new (like “yellow shirt”). Encourage the child to identify things with you, or on his or her own.(3) Encourage the child’s interest in reading. If the child points something out, like “cute,” add to their remark as in, “Yes, that is a cute bear.”(4) After reading straight through a few times, try asking a few questions, like “Which color is that?” Or ask, “How many balloons are there?”(5) You can also ask more challenging questions as the child becomes more advanced, such as, “How many sides does that square have?” or, “Which letter comes next?”