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by Roberta Butler,Jo Moon

eBook Making Letters: A Very First Writing Book download ISBN: 186199138X
Author: Roberta Butler,Jo Moon
Publisher: Andromeda Children's Books (August 1, 2006)
Language: English
ePub: 1486 kb
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Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books

This book applies the tactile senses along with phonetics to learn the alphabet by touch, sound, and prepares your child for . My 2 year old son is really enjoying this book. We trace the letters and say the letter name and sound.

This book applies the tactile senses along with phonetics to learn the alphabet by touch, sound, and prepares your child for writing by learning to trace the letters. I can't say enough good things about it. My two kids really like reading this book and the numbers in the same series. This is a great abc book for learning to write letters. Each letter is indented, so that a child can trace it with his or her finger.

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Comments: (7)
deadly claw
We got this book as a gift when my son was about a year old. He actually loves it so much that I had to buy another one when the first one wore out. One of the things he likes the most is that the letters are lower case instead of upper case like they are in most books. The letters themselves are indented into the page, making them easier to trace. The more tactile experience has been great for my son. The colors are nice and the words are easy enough that my son likes to read it to himself now. I really recommend this if you want a book to help teach letters as well as how to write them. the book is out of print now, but it is worth finding a good used copy.
Bladebringer
This book applies the tactile senses along with phonetics to learn the alphabet by touch, sound, and prepares your child for writing by learning to trace the letters. I can't say enough good things about it. My two kids really like reading this book and the numbers in the same series.
Painwind
Well kiddo does anyway. She will read these on her own (with time-ins from us) and really enjoys them. Pics are bright and she instantly knows what they are. Love all three of these.
Tegore
This is a great book.
Malakelv
My 2 year old son is really enjoying this book. We trace the letters and say the letter name and sound. I would say it's a good buy.
Kazimi
This is a great abc book for learning to write letters. Each letter is indented, so that a child can trace it with his or her finger. It also shows an item that starts with that letter. My only complaint is that it is for learning to write lowercase letters. I wish that there was also an uppercase version. But overall, very neat book!
Yanthyr
I'm a teacher, and this gives kids a tactile experience about lower case letters. Not only does my baby enjoy touching the book while I read it to him, but I cannot resist feeling the letters myself!

My daughter was expected to start writing in lower case letters from the get-go in kindergarten, so this is a fun way to introduce them. There are plenty of puzzles, toys and games that already teach upper case letters, so I was excited to find something fun with lower case letters. This is a great find!
Beware: the cutouts of letters with holes in them (such as a, b, d, etc.) are not fully cut out. There are still little ridges to help hold the book together. If the point is for children to feel the cutout letter, the ridges can be confusing.