Guest post from Kathryn Mowers:
For the youngest gamers, “Usborne FIRST Jigsaws” is a book with eight, 2-piece jigsaw puzzles! Perfect for introducing problem solving and terminology. It comes in FARM animals, animals, and under the sea!
Usborne’s “Busy Books” are great for older toddlers! They are FUN, interactive books that teach prepositional words like “around, through, over”. Each page FEATURES a track that the wind-up or pull-back toy whizzes around as they explore the book! These come in several themes… bug, car, helicopter, train, bus, plane, race car, and tractor.
Preschoolers love the “Matching Games”! This set has 36 game cards, FOUR boards, and a coordinating book with FACTS and beautiful photos. They are a great way for young children to develop recognition, memory, and communication skills. They can be used for a matching game and for bingo! This set comes in bugs, dinosaurs, and under the sea.
Getting ready for spring break or summer travel? Usborne’s “Travel Games Pad” is great for long journeys or rainy days. These are ideal for school-aged children and FEATURE 200 tear-off sheets for quick games on the go! Time will pass in a FLASH!
For the FUTURE scientists and doctors, “Human Body: Book & Jigsaw Puzzle” is a 100-piece jigsaw of the human body, with a 24-page book that introduces the body systems and FUNCTION Some other options in this series include bugs, dinosaurs, and unicorns.
You can browse these titles and more here: https://d10323.myubam.com/2068440
“Shipping only available to USA and military bases from the provided Usborne link.” – Kathryn Mowers (Consultant for the Dorner family)
Thank you, Kathryn! It’s great to know there are games (our 2021 theme) mixed with books that are fun for families and children. Little readers can grow up to become bloggers one day!
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