Very First Book of Things to Spot
Our price: $10.99
Watch your baby’s language comprehension explode with the Usborne Very First Book of Things to Spot. Searching the simple, beautifully illustrated pages, your baby will learn the names of items and their actions as he finds the dog that is rolling on his back or the penguin who is sliding on his belly.
Enrich Your Baby’s Vocabulary
You will also discuss sizes, clothing, colors, and more. Just doing a page or two a day will enrich your baby’s vocabulary in a way that you both will find enjoyable.
Perfect for Babies and Their New Parents
Each page has several suggested questions, and you undoubtedly will come up with dozens more. Perfect for sharing with babies, this book makes a lovely baby gift for new parents.
• Help learn new words
• Develop vital pre-reading skills
Author: Fiona Watt
Illustrated by: Stephen Barker
Publisher: Usborne Books
This book is amazing for expanding your little ones vocabulary. I always get compliments on my sons vocabulary from these books and the next level up ones.
This book had so much more to learn about than I had originally thought. Not only are they learning to look for specific things, but it goes over colors, descriptive words (ex: stripes or dots), spacial words (ex: under or next to), and even some action words (ex: chasing or waving). My daughter learned a lot from this book and she thought we were just playing a game!
Perfect for ages 2-3 to practice listening to instructions, paying attention to details, and learning new vocabulary. There are three books in the series and we bought all of them!
My daughter loves this book. She always wants to do more : )
We purchased this book for our 2 year old daughter so that she could have her very own "school book" from the giant Timberdoodle box that our oldest daughter's curriculum came in. She absolutely loves this book! The characters and colors are so fun and vibrant! Her favorite part is definately the peek-a-boo holes in the book! Even my 4 year old son loves this book and often sneaks away quietly with it... leaving the 2 year old with a much less exciting object of "trade!"