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The Very Busy Spider Board book – Bargain Price, August 16, 1995
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Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
Top Customer Reviews
Several things make this book a true winner. First the repitition. The repitition is an excellent way for pre-readers and early reader to learn to read. (A whole language approach, but it gives kids some success.) Second, the tactile approach- as the spider spins her web you can feel the strings of the web and the fly that is buzzing around. This is a fun book to read and my son loves to touch the pages. The illustrations are adorable.
When I taught Kindergarten I always had a unit worked up around this book. There are so many creative and fun things you can do for activities and learning with this book. Now that I'm at home with my kiddos, we still do many of these fun things after we read this book. We made spiderwebs out of glue on black paper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ok, pictures are not bad and the twins like touching the raised "webs" on the board book page however I have a problem with the message of this book... Read morePublished 3 days ago by CG
My Daughter just turned 2 and I bought her this book for her birthday because she loved The hungry Caterpillar, Brown bear and the Polar bear book so much. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Leslie Borland
My young child read this book in school and asked for t by name and author. It loves the bookPublished 24 days ago by J. Carr
I fondly remembered this book from my childhood, so bought it for a little girl in my life. Her and her mama both loved it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mixxer Rose
I love Eric Carle. This one teaches a lesson on focusing and getting the job done yourself despite distractions. Read morePublished 1 month ago by G