Your child will love this lift-the-flap board book where they will be surprised by animals along the way, and discover themselves in the mirror under the last felt flap.
I find this book particularly endearing and recognise that it would make a lovely one on one story session with a children and a good way to celebrate Christmas.
As you entered an unknown harrowing time where learning to survive was what consumed your everyday – I saw you both and I felt helpless that I could only listen to your story, but I was also hopeful. With every bit of anguish, aspirations that were stomped on, harsh words, abuse and longing for home, for the haven life used to be, my only hope was that you would be safe with no lasting mental or physical scars.
The book is extremely thorough from the outset, the introduction gives an insight into what coding is, what python is, what to install and where to begin. It took me a little while to get used to the different ‘language’, using words such as Hacks, Tweaks, Modules, and Strings.
DK continually make books that are both educational and fun for children that encourage conversation, thinking and reading; a well rounded literacy experience. This book, Spot the Difference: Building Site is fun and interactive, giving the reader some fun difference spotting activities on each page.
This exhibition is literacy at its best. It encompasses so many aspects of literacy experiences which extends further than books.
Read at least three stories a day; it may be the same story three times. Children need to hear a thousand stories before they can learn to read. Or the same story a thousand times! – Mem Fox
It is these early positive introductions to STEM that is helping produce young, enthusiastic scientists.