Extreme Dot to Dot: US History
Extreme Dot to Dot: U.S. History
Extreme Dot to Dot: U.S. History contains 32 puzzles of landmarks, events, and memorable sights from around the USA. These scenes include Ellis Island, Roaring 20s, Martin Luther King Jr., and more. A handy key in the back identifies each scene and provides interesting details and facts.
Not Like Conventional Dot to Dots
Kick start your student’s mental focus with the amazing Extreme Dot to Dot: U.S. History. Unlike conventional dot-to-dot puzzles that reveal too much of the picture and ruin the mystery, Extreme Dot to Dot: U.S. History’s puzzles are intricate, and so challenging that when your student looks at a page, he will have no idea what the end result will be.
Up to 1,800+ Dots
Mapping and concentration are just two of the educational benefits to solving these dot-to-dot puzzles. Both your student’s left and right brain will be exercised as he works to complete puzzles containing 500 to over 1,800 dots. Some puzzles even cover a two-page spread - definitely not for the faint-hearted. Recommended for ages 8 and older, these dot to dots are not just for children. Many adults, myself included, find these books both provoking and relaxing, a treat for sluggish minds and weary bodies. 32 puzzles per book.
Made In: USA
Dots Per Puzzle: 500 to 1,800+
My daughter willingly does this book in her free time! She loves the challenge and then the engagement of figuring out what she is creating. Love!
My son was so excited for this book. He spent every free moment working on them and had the book completed in the first couple weeks. They are a great challenge where they are massive pictures with hundreds/thousands of dots. It kept his attention and focus for longer than I thought possible. It’s a great product indeed!!
Wow this is an amazing dot to dot book. It been great fun for everyone
This Dot to Dot was very overwhelming for my 11 year old son with adhd. He couldn’t focus on it. However, my older son enjoyed doing this for fun. It is good to recognize that not every tool will work for every child.
This book has been a great way to keep our student focused when they need a brain break. It is fun to watch them search and find what they are looking for. Once they are able to tell what the image is they get all excited and can't wait to finish the puzzle, they love going onto the next once and seeing what that image is as well.