With no fewer than 40 sets of almost identical pictures, this 'Find The Difference' book provides hours of fun for younger kids, and is perhaps best suited to children over the age of 3.
To ease your child into finding the differences, the first set of 20 pictures contain just 3 differences. Having tackled these, the second set of 20 pictures is slightly more difficult, and each contains 5 differences. Finding these differences will help your child to develop a number of skills including observation, attention and concentration, as well as providing an excellent way to improve the memory.
On the first page for each set of puzzles the two pictures are shown, one on top of the other. Look carefully at both pictures and mark the differences by adding a light pencil ring to the lower picture to show where each of the differences appears. Once you have found all of the differences, turn over the page and check the answers. It is important to mark the differences lightly and in pencil, so that you can erase your rings foe someone else to try the puzzle, or for you to come back to it and complete it again at a later date
The pictures in this book are in black and white, and the differences between the pictures in each set are not dependent on color. However, if you would like to try these puzzles in full color, then why not pick up the Kindle edition of the book.
Purchase this print version of the book through Amazon.com and you can buy the Kindle version for FREE
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.19(d)|