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Nice activities and fun for toddlers, however, this book could use new product design.
on February 24, 2015
I am a stay-at-home mom and I purchased this book for my 3 year old. What I enjoy most about this book is that it is simple to follow as an adult and gives clear and strait to the point directions for each activity. This is a great activity book for toddlers to learn how to use scissors properly and it is great for first time cutters. Also after cutting the shapes there are exercises that require them to match them up on the pages. One complaint about this book is that in the back of the book are where all the items you need to complete the exercises are located, you will have to cut up multiple exercises just to be able to do one. I wish that only one activity were on each page that way you do not have to practically cut up the entire book at once. Also another thing I did not like about this book is that it does not have the "tear-out" option for the pages, considering this is going to be a book that you would be require to remove the pages to complete the activity you would think they would at least provide "tear-out sheets". I had to remove the binding from this workbook and place each page in a document protector to make it simpler to use. The layout of this book could be improved. I feel that some parents enjoy this and some will not, but this book is very repetitious which in my opinion is a good thing because children do not learn in one sitting, things need to be repeated for the information to stick. Overall I think this is a great practice book for children and it is very colorful and gets their attention.