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Posted June 14, 2010
For older preschoolers or early elementary
The description of this book says that the target age is children in preschool, but it would be most helpful for older preschoolers or children just learning to read. This book has a split horizontally, so that you turn the top page and match the bottom one to the top one. You open the first page and see the upper case word "CLOCK" with a picture of a clock beside it. Then you are to find the lower case word that matches "CLOCK." The top pages above the split are the lower case match of the word. There is no hint with a picture on the upper pages, so to match the page, you must be able to distinguish between upper and lower case letters. If your child receives this as a toddler, they can grow with this book, naming pictures as a young child, then gradually learning the words to match in upper and lower case. Illustrations and words to match include cat, star, boy, girl, car, house, ball, and sun.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.