Birthday Quilt: A Tikvah Storybook

Birthday Quilt: A Tikvah Storybook

# 021297

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Item #: 021297
ISBN: 9781631730801
Grades: PK-2

Product Description:

Jeremy is excited and counting down to his birthday. Grandma has told him that birthdays are when God chose to give a family a baby to love. Follow Jeremy as he enjoys the sights and sounds and eagerly awaits the ten days until his celebration. He has been promised a "big boy" bed and a special surprise from Grandma. 8" X 8", 44 pp, sc. ~ Ruth

Publisher Description:

Jeremys birthday has arrived and this birthday is special one because hes moving from his crib to his first big-boy bed. The birthday quilt is a heartwarming story filled with the sounds of life, the excitement of transition and a special mystery. Extra bonus family fun guide accompanies this book with projects the whole family can enjoy.

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Melody Hope
Brand Name
Tikvah Publishing
0.3 (lbs.)
8.0" x 8.0" x 0.19"
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I just sat down with Daisy (9) Pepper (7) and Banana Boy (5) to play I would say it is Candyland with counting It does teach counting forward and backward and eye-hand coordination All true Here were a few things about it I found frustrating making it not a perfect game: The spaces on the board are tinier than the base of the playing piece It was hard to count the tiny spaces and hard to see exactly on which space your peg was You get more spaces to count this way (ie: you won't finish the game too quickly) but I don't see it being easy for anyone under 5--just who I would be targeting for counting practice Those of us who played today are all stellar counters and know how to move from space to space in a board gameThe holes in the board are just a tad hard to get the piece into I would have liked a thicker board with a longer peg on the bottomIt is just as frustrating as Candyland Go forward 5 Go forward 8 Go back 6 Lose a turn You only have one space to go! OH NO go back 10! (at least it doesn't send you all the way back to start!) Daisy picked all the bad cards and spent most of the game within the first 15 spaces of her board mostly going backwardsI think I will play it with Pepper and Banana Boy but change the game from picking one card and counting to picking two cards and adding or subtracting the total
June 30, 2008
This game has been a big hit with my 3 & 5 year olds It is not tedious for parents (very important in a game!) and the kids love the idea of getting to the ice cream cart It has been good for general game skills (directions sportsmanship moving one square at a time) and also good for counting practice My 3yo has definitely enjoyed this practice more than counting with manipulatives
April 2, 2008

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