Extreme Dot to Dot World of Dots: Woodland

Extreme Dot to Dot World of Dots: Woodland

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Extreme Dot to Dot World of Dots: Woodland
Puzzlers will discover a stately moose, nonplussed toad, stealthy bobcat, serene creekside, and more in Extreme Dot to Dot World of Dots: Woodland. At the back they will find a pictorial answer key, including a “Woodland Whereabouts” that briefly highlights a habit or habitat of each animal. Rich with striking forest creatures and scenes for a total of 24 designs, puzzles range from 350 to over 2,000 dots, with some puzzles even covering a two-page spread.

What Sets the World of Dots Apart
Unique to the World of Dots series is that the double-page puzzles are set on a fold-out page, rather than running across the seam of the book, making them much more attractive and easy to complete.

What Dot-to-Dots do for the Brain
Dot-to-dots can simultaneously exercise and relax your brain. As you work to complete each dot-to-dot, both your left and right brain will be engaged while you practice mapping and concentration skills. Recommended for ages 8 and up, World of Dots: Woodland is not for the faint-hearted, and not just for children. Many adults, myself included, find these books both provoking and relaxing, a treat for sluggish minds and weary bodies.
Features
Educational Benefits:
  • Counting
  • Mapping
  • Concentration
  • Challenging & Rewarding

  • Publisher's Information
    Puzzles: 24
    Binding: Paperback
    Age Recommendation: 8+
    Publisher: MindWare
    Printed in: USA
    Dots Per Puzzle: 350 to over 2,000
    Faith-Based: No
    Extreme Dot to Dot World of Dots: Woodland Review by Cosmic Montessori School

    review by Cosmic Montessori School

    ”Dot to dots aren’t just fun. They’re for handwriting, visual processing, thinking about place value, developing concentration, and even an easy, peezy grab and go material you can bring to a doctor’s office or place on your math shelf as an alternative to more traditional work."

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    J
    J.
    Love it

    They do it when I read to them keeps their hands busy

    L
    L.
    Cute puzzle book

    These puzzles are really cute, but challenging. This teacher perseverance and may require help from parents. All kids are different, but this may not be the best option for everyone. I liked it and had fun helping with it. It’s probably not an independent activity. But a nicely made books