4 Books That Encourage Learning When the School Day Ends
With the beginning of the school year, your child has already been soaking up new knowledge in the classroom. Continue the learning process at home with these four books.
Pete the Cat’s Got Class
by James Dean (HarperCollins, $9.99)
Pete the Cat is back to teach his friend that learning math can be fun. The book includes 12 flashcards to teach counting, adding and subtracting. It also comes with a poster and stickers for additional fun after reading.
Big Science for Little People
by Lynn Brunelle (Roost Books, $14.95)
This little book is packed full of 52 activities to help you and your child discover different elements of science. Brunelle was a writer for Bill Nye the Science Guy, and it shows through the many activities and science experiments developed to help your child get hooked on science.
Bip, Bop and Boo Get Ready For School Series
by Caryn Jenner (DK| Penguin Random House, $6.99)
This book series is designed to boost a child’s confidence, and prepare them for school. The book series is divided into different colors for each level of learning. Children can learn about numbers, colors, shapes and more through interactive sticker play and fun activities.
Let’s Read and Find Out Science Series
by various authors (HarperCollins, $6.99)
If your child is anything like the average kid, there are lots of questions about how the world works. How do earthquakes start, and why are the ice caps melting? This science series teaches kids everything about plants, animals and space to the human body and more through easy-to-read books.
– Teresa Farkas