Where’s Itsy Bitsy Spider?
“Where’s Itsy Bitsy Spider?” is a search-and-find adventure book for all ages.
Itsy Bitsy Spider and a cast of merry Mother Goose characters enter a talent contest and embark on a world tour. Follow their adventures across 12 highly-detailed double-page search-and-find scenes, from London’s West End, to San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge.
In the back of the book are complete solutions, plus lists of extra things to count and spot.
“Where’s Itsy Bitsy Spider?” is suitable for the very young, the very old, and everyone inbetween.
“Where’s Itsy Bitsy Spider?” has been reviewed and approved by a US Elementary School Teacher. Chuck’s previous search-and-find books such as “Where’s the Penguin?” and “The Great Fairy Take Search” have been used on classroom reading lists in the UK. As a freelance illustrator, Chuck has worked on all kinds of educational books and products over the years. Activity books Chuck created for Dover Publications are used in schools all over the world.
Benefits of Search-and-Find Books:
• Get Kids Reading: Search-and-find books encourage children to read, even when they cannot yet. Since the story doesn’t necessarily depend on words, pre-readers can enjoy the colorful artwork with or without a parent to guide them. Before they even learn to read, search-and-find books show children how to hold books and turn pages. They can become as comfortable handling books as they are in playing with their toys. In addition, search-and-find books give children a way to physically explore books by pointing to the hidden objects. Starting a reading routine in preschoolers makes it more likely they will want to keep reading on their own in the coming years.
Chuck’s books facilitate communication with Parents and Grandparents.• Develop Basic Skills: Searching through the vibrant pictures in a search-and-find book introduces a lot of basic skills your child will build on as they learn and grow. Enjoying a search-and-find book will build listening, memory, and vocabulary skills. In addition, children who use these books may see an improvement in language skills and vocabulary as they begin to recognize the objects in the pictures. The artwork also invites your child to look, point, and answer questions, and thus promote social development and social skills.
• They Are Fun: Perhaps the biggest reason children should spend time with search-and-find books is that they are fun! The bright colors and interactive stories grab your child’s attention and entertain them. Playing with one of these books creates a special time you and your child can share. They are a form of portable fun that does not require batteries or cords or make loud noises.
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