This pre-reading spelling puzzle game will teach a child the three-letter name of an animal friend. There are 10 spelling puzzles, each with 3 puzzle pieces bearing letters that makes up the animal's name. Only the correct pieces will fit together, and with illustrations and color to guide the way, the puzzles are self-correcting. These three-piece puzzles are of the sturdiest materials and are designed with both beauty and skill development in mind.
Put head and tail on either end,
And you will make a puzzle friend.
But there's more to this pre-reading game:
The puzzle also spells its name!
A is for Avocado . . .
B is for Balboa Park . . .
C is for Cable Cars . . .
With D for Death Valley, H for Hearst Castle, and R for Redwoods, going from A to Z has never been more fun! Take an alphabetized field trip around the Golden State and discover the plants, animals, foods, and places that make it, well, California!
7 pink anenomes waving in the sea . . .
6 orange poppies smiling at the sun . . .
2 red cable cars on a San Francisco street . . .
Numbers and colors are more fun in California! In this dynamic, colorful primer, young readers count from 1 to 10—learning colors along the way—as they discover the places, animals, and other wonderful things that make California so unique.