- Age Range: 2 - 5 years
- Grade Level: Preschool and up
- Series: Lift-the-Flap
- Board book: 10 pages
- Publisher: Reader's Digest; Ltf Brdbk edition (June 15, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0794420095
- ISBN-13: 978-0794420093
- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 0.3 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,603 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fisher-Price Let's Get Moving! (Lift-the-Flap) Board book – June 15, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 1:50 Mins|
- Plenty of colorful characters
- Lots of animals and other fun things that your toddler will recognize
- The action tabs will give your child plenty of things to explore within the book
- The book is rather short
- There is a pretty good chance that your child will rip some of the tabs off of the book.
Final Verdict - A great book for a toddler it will make a great gift for any child over about 18 months in age.
There's so much going on in the pages that I don't anticipate any problems with the kids coming back to them and finding something new each time. And while this isn't a story to read, the book offers a great way to let you or your child get creative with inventing short stories about the characters or your child doing the activity. It also tells the kids to pretend they are doing things like kicking a ball and scoring a goal. Of course taking them out to do the activities will be a lot of fun as well.
The book is geared towards toddlers, although the reading age is listed as 4 - 8. This is a book the kids will have around for a number of years and even a 4 or 5 year-old can still enjoy it.
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The solid quality of the pages is a great feature that ensures some longevity--it's going to stand up to some abuse. I was afraid that the opening tabs will be the weak link here, but not so! They're quite sturdy and will absorb frequent and sometimes rough use. I have personally witnessed my son pick this book up without prompting and sit enthralled by it for 15 minutes. That's as good enough a review for anyone to expect, I think.
Greats colors, durable.
This Let's get moving books seems to have some updates making the pictures feel more current and trendy.
They have skate parks, kayaks, roller blades, Rock climbing walls, snowbaording and so many more great active scenes.
All with Little People's nice big flaps.
The theme of the book is movement, and each page is full of bright, colorful, and busy illustrations of the Little People characters doing things like jumping rope and playing at the beach. A short rhyming poem accompanies each set of illustrations.
The big draw for my son, by far, is that each page contains many flaps, and lifting them reveals the next part of the action in which each character is engaging. For instance, there is a picture of a girl with a jump rope soaring up over her head and, when the flap is lifted, we see that the little girl has successfully leaped over the rope. My son loves to lift the flaps to see what's underneath. Even though he's a little too young yet to appreciate all of the detail in the drawings, the book is still a lot of fun with him and I'm confident it'll hold his interest as he gets older.
A fun detail in this book that I haven't seen in the other two we own are the suggestion for imaginative play that your child can carry out. One page suggests pretending to build a snowman by pretending to roll a large snow ball for the body and then a smaller one for the head. Another suggests dancing. I think it would be very fun for a parent to read through the book with an older toddler and then perform the suggested actions together. In this respect, I think the book will grow along with my son and will likely provide him with enjoyment for at least another couple of years.
At the top of the first left hand page, there's a nice bit of poetry that goes with the pictures of kids doing wonderful physical activity outside. We're shown rowing a boat, pushing a stroller, walking, playing soccer, a jungle gym and even a skateboard park. What's unique about this book is the pop-ups which show the kids going from one movement to another. These pop-ups help get the point of the book across, and will keep the child coming back to the book again and again. And everyone knows how toddlers, who because they don't read yet, like to handle a book, and point at things. This gives them tactile entertainment while they're listening to whomever is doing the reading.
Each page shows different aspects of physical activity. The first two pages are park-like activities, the second two pages show indoor gym and home type activities, next we go to winter-type outdoor activities, then we go to the beach, finally ending with things to do around the reader's home. This includes everything from throwing a Frisbee to your dog, to hopscotch, to riding your bike.
All and all a great book for kids on the younger side, I'd say up until they are ready for books with less pictures and more words.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this used and it was in excellent condition. My son likes the lift the flap books better than the ones that just have the pictures.Published 12 months ago by Kristine Holmes
Rollie-Pollie kids and grown-ups showing how to move and play games. I don't like this book but my son likes it. I cannot wait to get rid of it.Published 14 months ago by kat
Fun flip book, lots of items to teach and talk to your child about.Published 15 months ago by natalie roberova
I love this book. It's great to use in my classroom for our kids with Autism. It helps us teach them so many actions, pronouns and nouns.Published 19 months ago by Michelle Eckrode