Extreme Dot to Dot: Pets
Extreme Dot to Dot: Pets
Extreme Dot to Dot: Pets contains 32 puzzles of lovable family pets, whether furry, slippery, fuzzy, or feathered. These puzzles feature hermit crabs, cockatiels, goldfish, rabbits and more. A handy key in the back identifies each pet 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: Pets. Unlike conventional dot-to-dot puzzles that reveal too much of the picture and ruin the mystery, Extreme Dot to Dot: Pets’ 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 1,600+ 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 510 to over 1,600 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.
Please note: This book is designed from a secular point of view, so while the key in the back provides fascinating information about each animal, once or twice it does have a bit of evolutionary bias or lingo. Be prepared to have a conversation with your student about the reality of Biblical origins versus secular theories, and enjoy learning phenomenal details about these spectacular creatures.
Age Recommendation: 8+
Printed in: USA
Dots Per Puzzle: 510 to 1,600+
Awards and Endorsements:
Tillywig Toy Awards 2017 Brain Child Award Winner!
My daughter (age 8) was very intimidated by this book, and after finishing half of the first picture she refused to continue. I am hoping that we will be able to come back to it when she is a bit older.
A little intimidating for my student right now but will be good practice for her when ready.
My child love doing these! It's a nice break between subjects. It's challenging enough for a 3rd grader!
Good concept. Rated low because some of the numbers are quite hard to read.
All my children enjoy the Dot-to-Dot books. We don't use them as curriculum, but they enjoy doing them on their own. They are challenging! The number review is good for my daughter at this age.