Friday, December 28, 2012

Book Review: Woof! Woof! by David A. Carter

School Age:  Preschool

Developmental Skill:  Cognitive and reasoning skills.  This helps children to think interdependently  increases vocabulary and builds self-confidence as they solve problems.

Review:  This book is a simple and energetic. It uses very simple words and has fun cut outs in the pages with shapes.  It has a guessing game throughout the book as you try to figure out what the shapes are making.  Little children will love this interactive book and it is a great way for them to practice shapes and work on problem solving skills.

Activity:  Practice shapes by cutting out different shapes and gluing them to popsicle sticks.  Then with the popsicle sticks play a game of "Hokey Pokey" (stick your circle in, stick your circle out, stick your circle in and you shake it all about).  It's a very fun way to get to know shapes.

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