Pram Jam with Beth – Look and Find books for babies
They are a wonderful literacy tool, and can be very useful to introduce the idea of Visual Literacy which Jessica wrote about a few months ago. Look and find books are great at linking together images and words in toddler’s brains and increasing their vocabulary and item recognition from a very young age.
Beginner ‘Search and Find’ books for toddlers+
This new incarnation of the classic Richard Scarry books challenges young readers to find all the things hiding in plain sight in a bedroom, in the snow, on a car trip, and at the barbecue. A simple introduction to the idea of Look and Find books for youngsters.
Jake McDonald creates the cutest, engaging board books which have so much more to talk about than what we read on each page. This one is a great lap-sit book, with a whole range of emotions to work through from cover to cover.
Frank is on a secret mission! Where could the tiger be hiding? Is it at the Car Park? Is it in the Maze of Tea? Can you help Frank find the missing tiger? And what else will you find on your search? Filled with vibrant, wacky look-and-find illustrations from the amazing mind of Katie Abey, join Frank on his search and be amazed and amused with every page! Be warned, there is only one tiger in this whole book… but there is plenty more ridiculousness to see!
Travel the world on an amazing animal spotting expedition, from lions in the African grasslands to seals in the Arctic and armadillos in the rainforest. This picture puzzle book is teeming with animals to find and habitats to explore, with a map of your journey and fantastic animal facts. The Usborne books include a wonderful series of these 1001 titles, it is well worth exploring the different options!
Some ‘what do you see?’ song suggestions to share together with your child:
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