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Some of the animals are rather obscure, but that is part of the fun. Seuss fans will enjoy this zany alphabet book presented in true Dr. Seuss style.
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The rhyming text is fun and catchy, and I like how each letter is introduced in both its uppercase and lowercase forms. When my kids were little we owned a number of Sandra Boynton books, and I have always been a fan of her funny, quirky style. In this book, every letter of the alphabet is paired with an animal and an adjective, along with adorable illustrations. In addition to teaching letters, this book is also a great vocabulary builder.
Alphabet City by Stephen T. Alphabet Mystery by Audrey Wood. Children who love construction vehicles will thoroughly enjoy this alphabet book that provides one construction tool for each letter of the alphabet. Nonetheless, this book will be very engaging for construction enthusiasts. Z is tired of always being the last letter in the alphabet family, and one day he decides to demand some changes.
At first it seems that the other letters will agree, but then other letters begin demanding some changes of their own. Soon pandemonium breaks out, until finally letter A gets the last word in and brings order once again. This best part of this beautiful concept book is the tactile aspect, as every page has raised parts and cutouts that children will enjoy running their hands over.
Each letter is paired with an image and word related to the letter.
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The Handmade Alphabet by Laura Rankin. As someone who always had an interest in ASL, I love this simple book featuring a diverse variety of hands making the signs for each letter of the alphabet. Firefighters A to Z by Chris L. This alphabet book will hold a lot of appeal for young children who are obsessed with fire fighters, as my own son used to be. They will love going through the entire alphabet paired with events and items related to fighting fires.
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Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert. Back in the app, other options from the front page include a link to rate the app in the app store, to share information about the app via Facebook, to play the main game of the app or to play the shorter, puzzle games related to the main app game. The shorter puzzle games are two games based around the recognition of letters and animals.
On the letter puzzle game the app asks the user to select the letter that it calls out. The user then has to choose from 6 letters on the page the correct letter. In each of the games the navigation back to the previous page or back to the homepage is accessed through a link at the top of the page however this is found mainly through trial and error and this where some instructions making it clear may have been useful. The other puzzle game is based on the animals that are linked to the letters in the main app game. The user again has a selection of 6, this time animals, from which they are to select the one that the app calls out.
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As mentioned before these animals are the same ones that appear in the main app game as the animals related to each of the letters of the alphabet. Due to this I would suggest that the puzzle games could be used like an extension activity to compound the knowledge gained in the main app game, although they could also be used as standalone games themselves. Back on the home screen the user can select to play the main app game.
Once they have done this they are taken to a page that contains, one by one, the letters of the alphabet in capitalised form. There is an option at the top left of the page to display, in a small tab on the left of the page, a quick letter selection where the user can jump to specific letters should they wish to.
The letters appear in alphabetical order, helping young people to learn this order themselves. At the bottom right of the page the next letter is shown, again to also help with this part of learning the alphabet. The main part of the page though is taken up with the letter that is the focus. Once the user clicks on the letter it is transformed into a 3D image of the corresponding animal, for instance A becomes Alligator and B becomes Butterfly. The graphics are extremely good and the transformation of the letters into animals can create a lot of delight from young people.
The app, from this perspective is certainly enjoyable and the graphics and easy usability definitely aid in this.
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However, I would suggest there are a couple of improvements that could be made. For instance, when learning the alphabet young people need to also be given the sounds of the letters. This is to help them enable the language that they are going to need when they begin to read. It would have been good therefore to also have the sounds of the letters read out alongside the names of the animals the letters were turning into. Not quite as important as the sounds but something that would make the app even better would be to also see the letters in their lower case form.
Although the app is good at helping with the recognition side of letters with these additions it could also have a much better educational application. It is also worth noting that the voice over throughout the app has an American dialect so there is a little discrepancy for UK users and animal selections. Overall though this app is useful for helping young people learn, through site, the letters of the alphabet. Get unlimited access to the 4 or 5-star teacher certified apps, lesson plans and user guides. I love how this ABC book has multiple words and phrases for a specific letter.
I also love how the book rhymes. The format of the words throughout the pages causes the reader to stay engage. The book has plenty of colors. One thing I did not really like is how the book does not really tell a story. The book illustrations correlate exactly with the text, but there is no sequence. Dec 19, Luann rated it liked it Shelves: , abcs , picture-book.
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The title says it all! I've never seen quite such an astonishing animal ABC book, which includes an aardvark, a dodo, a mammoth, a narwhal, a sloth, a unicorn, a vole, and a yak, among others. But that's not all! The animals are also astonishing because of the things that they are doing. For example, the cozy cobra is curled up in a comfy chair, the nasty narwhal and the pirate penguin with his panther on the prowl are threatening the outraged owl, and the vulture visits the vet who is a Viking The title says it all!
For example, the cozy cobra is curled up in a comfy chair, the nasty narwhal and the pirate penguin with his panther on the prowl are threatening the outraged owl, and the vulture visits the vet who is a Viking vole named Vaughn. I'm not sure what a zooming zuzza zozza zizza zak is or what it's doing, but it does look interesting and definitely astonishing.
Apr 19, Melissa rated it liked it Shelves: abc , animals , rhyme , picturebooks. Points for: some fun animal caricatures the raised-eyebrowed dodo, the stoop-shouldered vole, and the cranky narwhal are faves , verse that mostly scans, and some really unexpected phrases M is Mouse at market, asking "What do mammoths cost?
Points off for the ending Jan 28, Karen rated it really liked it. My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. I cringed a bit when he did, because, to me, this book didn't look all that promising. I was, however, surprised, and pleasantly. Charles Fuge has a very healthy sense of humor, and it shines through on every page with every illustration.
The text itself has a couple of smirk-worthy bits, but the illustrations had some make-my-son-howl-with-laughter parts. Feb 18, Nielson rated it it was amazing Shelves: picture-books.
What better way to learn the ABCs than with playful, humorous text and best-selling Fuges' illustrations? Beginning with an Arty Aardvark to a snoozy sloth, kids will zoom through the alphabet with a surpri-Z-ing ending! Dec 14, Kelly Thevenot rated it really liked it Shelves: informational , alphabet , animals , picture-books. This book is great for young children. It goes over the ABC's and gives multiple examples of each word. I would use this book in my classroom one day to give young children a better understanding of their ABC's. Oct 10, Nicole rated it liked it.
The writing was not astonishing at all. The illustrations however, I'm in love with. My kids weren't interested in the words at all, finding them unamusing and boring, however we spent a good deal of time commenting on the artwork and coming up with our own words for the book. Oct 28, Vinitha rated it really liked it Shelves: kuttyma-readsyears.
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A fun way to refresh your ABCs - great for an animal lover. A treasure for pre-readers who can identify letters and associate the phonetic sounds of letters. May 12, Megan rated it it was ok Shelves: read-to-brayden. Cute until the end, when he puts a fake animal in for Z. Mar 10, Kate Hastings rated it it was amazing Shelves: concepts-abc. Mar 26, Jeremiah Lee rated it liked it Shelves: kid. Cute, but nothing special. Oct 08, Cindy rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-book , children-s.
Nov 25, Whitney Sistrunk rated it it was amazing. The illustrations are beautiful, colorful and keep the attention of my 1 year old son. This is a favorite. Sep 29, Angela Record rated it really liked it Shelves: animals , fantasy , informational , own-it , picture-book , ryhming.