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Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Learn with Hello Kitty: Alphabet Letters

Learn with Hello Kitty: Numbers
Learn with Hello Kitty: Starting to Write 
Hello Kitty helps your child take the next step in getting ready for school in this simple-to-follow guide to starting to write. Covering letter shapes and formation and linked to the Early Years Foundation Stage, Hello Kitty makes learning fun. Packed with Hello Kitty reward stickers to help motivate your child!  

These books are perfect for little girls who want to do 'school work'. They are brightly coloured, simple to follow workbooks which have a girly theme. Inside each book is a double page of hello kitty stickers which can be used as a reward - there is even a reward chart included in the back of the book.
It is a great book if children want to have a go, but they should not be pushed to sit down and work through the book if they are not interested (I am studying towards a degree in Early Years Studies and have seen parents push their young children to sit and learn to write too early). It will keep children's attention, especially if they are a Hello Kitty fan or are particularly girly.
The publishers have also published a number of books for older children: Collins My First Hello Kitty Dictionary; Collins Hello Kitty Dictionary; and Collins Hello Kitty Dictionary for encouraging older children who need extra help in spelling for homework.

Thank you to the publishers, Harper Collins Children Books for sending me the book to review.

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