Brain Games Kids: Preschool

Brain Games Kids: Preschool

# 058823

Our Price: $8.95
Retail: $14.99
Save: 40.29% ($6.04)
In Stock.
Qty:

Item #: 058823
ISBN: 9781503735439
Grades: PK

Product Description:

Publisher Description:

Make learning fun!

Features:
  • Questions on the left page and answers on the right allow you to fold the book over to hide answers
  • Topics include language and fine arts, math and science, physical and emotional development
Specs:
  • Spiral-bound softcover book with paper pages, 7.375" x 9.125"
  • 192 pages
Category Description for Brain Games for Kids (Toddler-Grade 1):

I really like the concept behind these books. They feature large, spiral bindings and pages of activities that you can just pull out and do with your toddler-preschooler any time with absolutely no prep and no writing. I envision using them to pass time when traveling, waiting at a restaurant, or anytime as purposeful play. Most activity pages hold 3-4 multiple pictures, each in its own brightly colored frame. Each framed picture has a simple question for the parent to ask at the top such as "How many pennies can you count?" "What is this body part?", "Which bowl is the opposite of full", or "Do you see the letter F hidden in the picture six times? Other feature pages that I really appreciate are the reading comprehension selections that appear in the Toddler Time and Preschool Prep titles. Those pages hold a well-known nursery rhyme or short story and then ask a question such as “What dried up all the rain? (Itsy Bitsy Spider) or “Where was Red Riding Hood going?” Each book features 301 pictures/questions total in areas that include language arts, math, science, social studies, physical and emotional development, fine arts, vocabulary, and foreign language.

A couple small “cons” I have to mention – the second page of each set of facing pages is an answer page that shows the same framed pictures only lightened, with the answers circled or written on top. Because of the spiral binding these are easy to hide, but since the questions are so simple, it seems a waste of paper. The other complaint is that some of the pictures/words represented on the letter pages in the Preschool Prep title are poorly chosen, such as “onion” for O, “chicken” for C, and “eyes” for E. That being said, I think you and your children will enjoy exploring these together! – Steph




Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade
PK
ISBN
9781503735439
Format
Binder
Brand Name
Phoenix International
Weight
0.0 (lbs.)
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 8 answers
Why did you choose this?
Rainbow Resource Center Store
after reading reviews, I plan on using this book as filler time for my preschooler. I plan on creating to-go packs with a few pages and crayons to take with us to resturants, dr. appointments or other places where we maybe waiting.
Mary C on Mar 8, 2021
We already have an earlier volume in this series and our 3 year old never tires of it.
James W on Dec 14, 2018
after reading reviews, I plan on using this book as filler time for my preschooler. I plan on creating to-go packs with a few pages and crayons to take with us to resturants, dr. appointments or other places where we maybe waiting.
Mary C on Mar 8, 2021
Simple activities to strengthen my preschooler
LISA O on Jul 17, 2019
We already have an earlier volume in this series and our 3 year old never tires of it.
James W on Dec 14, 2018
Have the Toddler edition and my grandchild loves it.
Elaine T on Nov 10, 2018
For my grand kids
Belinda R on Aug 29, 2018
review game for travel
Hermen P on May 12, 2018
for my preschool children
Anahit H on Apr 29, 2018
A friend of mine loves these for her little ones! Our 3 year old is going to love it!
Susan R on May 23, 2016
Simple activities to strengthen my preschooler
LISA O on Jul 17, 2019
Have the Toddler edition and my grandchild loves it.
Elaine T on Nov 10, 2018
There are no reviews for this item. Write Review


help desk software