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My two year old has been interested in learning since he sees his sister doing distance learning at home. He sees her doing homework and class work and often wants to engage in the activities. He’s been very eager about reading books (we read a million books a day, often repeats) and learning. We are working on how to incorporate homework enhancement.

So I got him this book from amazon and he absolutely loves it. I tried other books with him and he only barely did a page or so and didn’t even look twice. Although this book says ages 3-5, he’s able to do a lot of them, even on his own. It seems like a good start book for a 3 year old or so. The book has the basic tracing, coloring, recognizing letters, numbers, and shapes.

Then it goes in some letter sounds, pre-writing skills, critical thinking (age appropriate), math, and following directions accordingly. My little one was able to do a lot of them when I read him the directions. The concept of the book seems very simple and direct to the point. The first day we got this book, he did about 10 pages because he was so excited.

This book is definitely worth it for the price. Over 300 pages of learning adventure awaits. Click on the link to claim yours now.

For sister I got her these two books to help her with her reading and writing skills. They are very similar, so you might be okay getting either one. It helps with vocabulary, sentence structures, and comprehension. She’s able to do a few pages at a time with or without assistance. She also uses them during weekends or short days. It will also come in handy during her thanksgiving break and winter break as well.

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