Touchthinklearn: Numbers: (Board Books For Baby Learners, Touch Feel Books For Children)
  • Touchthinklearn: Numbers: (Board Books For Baby Learners, Touch Feel Books For Children)
  • Touchthinklearn: Numbers: (Board Books For Baby Learners, Touch Feel Books For Children)
  • Touchthinklearn: Numbers: (Board Books For Baby Learners, Touch Feel Books For Children)
ISBN: 1452117241
EAN13: 9781452117249
Language: English
Release Date: May 27, 2014
Pages: 22
Dimensions: 1.26" H x 7.17" L x 7.17" W
Weight: 1.46 lbs.
Format: Board Books

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Combining scooped-out die-cuts with raised, shaped elements, two new TouchThinkLearn books offer youngest learners an irresistible opportunity to explore their universe in a hands-on, multisensory way. See the image, trace its shape, say its name: these modes of perception combine in a dynamic way to stimulate understanding of essential concepts. Experience the number 2 both by counting a pair of raised car wheels on one side, and feeling its shape on the other. Featuring a format unlike any other, these groundbreaking books translate abstract thought into tangible knowledge.

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5
   Revolutionary books that introduce the sense of touch to reading! My 1 1/2 knows his numbers from this book
This series of books is unlike any board book I have ever seen. The images are simple and the raised and indented parts of the site are really helpful. It is crazy that my son points out zeros at a sign, other book, etc. after a year and a half. Xavier Deneux recommends these amazing books by Xavier Deneux, which will help your children experience reading as well through touch.
 
5
   1-2-3!
This is a great book to teach their numbers to a toddler. Our two year old quickly picked up the concept of counting the dots. I think he likes textures. He is now counting down to three so far. Simple and adorable images. Nice board book in a nice size.
 
5
   Educational and beautiful
This is a very nice, and very well written book. It is the prefect for teaching a wonderful concept of numbers to a young toddler, and has wonderful visualizations to make it easy to understand.
 
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   Choking hazard
This book is very sweet, but there are little dots in it. Not for younger children, as these dots are easily come out and look like candy. It is a potential choke hazard!
 
5
   Amazing!
This book is so much fun to write numbers and learn how to learn them. I have my baby tracing the numbers.
 
5
   Perfect for babies & toddlers
This is perfect for any age! Babies love to count the raised images, and this also helps the toddlers to feel high circles by touching the raised circles and counting them loud.
 
3
   Uninteresting
This book did not hold my toddlers'attention much. Returned
 
5
   My daughter loves!
The book feels very substantial and will hold up to a toddler who throws it around. I hope to buy more books in this series soon and recommend it definitely.
 
5
   For those giving bad reviews it’s about the touch and feel as well ...
Such a well done series of books is a great idea. For those giving bad reviews, it is about touch and feel as well as the colors that children learn from. The parents are more confused...
 
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   Great Number Book
This is a really sweet book. It is very simple so that there are few distractions. Students can focus on counting or identifying numbers. I use it with students who learn number and writing in my class. The numbers will pop out so that they can be traced by finger. It is a great addition to a writing center. Writer adds variety to the writing lessons. It can handle some abuse by being a board book. It was well made.
 
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