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Giant Sticker Activity First Words

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Giant Sticker Activity First Words.pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Roger Priddy(Author)

    Book details

• Ideal for ages 3 and up.
• Fun activities teach children new words and counting, sorting, writing and drawing skills.
• Contains over 600 stickers.

Book Details:
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publication Date: 9/3/2005
  • Pages: 120
  • Reading Level: Age 3 and Up

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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 120 pages
  • Roger Priddy(Author)
  • Priddy Books; Act Stk edition (September 3, 2005)
  • English
  • 2
  • Children's Books

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Review Text

  • By Philip L. Johnson on May 10, 2011

    So that photo of the cover that you see, that's what every page in the book looks like. Each page is either a page full of stickers or a page of silhouettes that match the stickers, organized by categories such as Fruits, Toys, Letters, Numbers, Around the House (objects), Vehicles, etc. Each sticker has a number, for which you must search for its corresponding silhouette to place the sticker in a relevant section. The sticker pages, as opposed to the silhouette pages, are slightly scrambled so its not completely mindless, transferring the stickers from the sticker pages to the silhouettes.As advertised, there are over 500 stickers, so this book will go the distance with your youngster. Now the whole searching for a sticker's silhouette may sound kind of boring, and in fact it is quite boring if you are past a certain age. For instance, my eight year old son, who displays an occasional interest in sticker books, can't stand it, its far too methodical, there is no freedom to creatively place the stickers wherever you want in some kind of scenery. However, my 2 year old daughter loves it and really enjoys and feels pround about her ability to search a page of 20 silhouettes and match the sticker, and can do it endlessly. However, she can't do it alone, and left to her own devices, will fail to complete the book as it is intended to be, and just pull off a bunch of stickers and put them on the dog or the wall or eat them. However, with help from an adult or an older interested sibling, she becomes totally absorbed in the procedure and is quite proud of her ability to find the right spots. Every day, its, "Daddy, where's my sticker book?" "Daddy, can I have my sticker book?" "Daddy, will you help me with my sticker book?"Furthermore, it has an fantastic educational value, as far as developing whatever it is in the brain the helps her match the varied comlex silhouettes with the stickers; and whatever it is in the brain that is associated with the process of gently peeling off stickers and matching them in the correct orientation to match the silhouettes (and there are many silhouettes that are somewhat like puzzles (usually one or more per page), where several stickers are required to complete the picture.) There are also dedicated number, letter, time of day, color, and shape sections.In short a fantastic value, a fun, rewarding, long lasting and educational experience great for toddlers to preschoolers but less interesting to the older kids who may like other kinds of sticker books. Wow, am I sick of the word 'sticker' now after writing this review.

  • By Vicky on May 24, 2014

    I got this sticker book for our family vacation, thinking it would perhaps occupy my almost 2-year old daughter in the car. We will need to get another one of these books, though, as she has already completed most of the book weeks before the actual vacation. The moment she saw this book, she hardly wanted to play with anything else any more. And as other reviewers have noted, this is fantastic for practicing fine motor skills, object recognition and vocabulary skills. In the beginning, my daughter would almost never be able to see where the sticker was supposed to go and then, when I told her, still have a hard time getting it into the right position on the page. Within two weeks, she has become really good at aligning stickers and putting them in the right spot almost perfectly. It is incredibly impressive. I also like that some of the stickers are complete objects while others are part of a puzzle. For example, there will be a dog or a pizza or something else made out of 4 pieces that all have to be found and arranged correctly. I feel that she has gotten a lot better at puzzles in general since we have been working on this book. The vocabulary one can learn with this book is quite extensive. Probably too extensive for a 2-year old. But then I am happy if she identifies the different kinds of tropical birds simply as birds. However, I have to admit that as I am not a native English-speaker, I really enjoy learning all this special vocabulary like the different vehicles on a construction site or cooking devices. So I am actually getting a lot out of this book, too :)The only thing maybe negative about this book is that all the stickers are in the middle while the pages to stick them on to are in the front and the back. The stickers are numbered as are the spots where they need to go. If you have a toddler who does not want to complete one page/one theme in the book but will just randomly choose stickers she wants to glue into the book, it can be a bit trying to find the page where they actually have to go. By now, though, I have pretty much figured out which numbers will be in the front of the book and which in the back so I am much faster at finding the pages.All in all, I would totally recommend this book and will buy this as a present for a number of toddlers.

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