Learn Fun First Water Facts From A to Z!
It is officially summer vacation and if you’re kids are anything like mine, they are going to get bored really fast. During the school year they seem to have so much going. Although its nice to have a break in the summer, it’s also a good idea to keep them busy. Reading books is a great way to keep their brain juices flowing!
My kids really love when I read to them! Since my son will be starting preschool this coming school year, I love having some great educational books on hand. I’m trying to make sure he’s as prepared as he can be. Reading books is such a great way to help them learn letters and words.
With our new book “a is for Aqueous” we join happy and loving water drop Aqueous and his assorted water form friends as they swim, float, freeze, skate, splash, evaporate and condense through an alphabet of water fun! My son learns the sounds and shapes of each letter of the alphabet. It also has many opportunities in the book to write and draw. This way he can practice the letters and use his imagination as we read. There is so much fun stuff to this book, we really enjoy reading this together.
On each page there is a different letter, going in order from A to Z. Each letter has so much to explore. Bursting with fun from rhyming to imagining and drawing inside. Let their imagination run free while exploring with Aqueous.
Each letter has such a fun story and fantastic illustration. It really keeps my son attention because it is just so silly! Here are some of the things you will find when reading “a is for Aqueous”
“Bb- Bunnies blow bubbles (that’s water, soap and air) Beside buds blooming in a bed with a bear!”
“Kk- In kindergarten kangaroos and kitties learn what to eat. Ketchup and kelp and kiwis so sweet!”
“Ss- The sea is for sailing and swimming and splashing, for schools of sardines and super waves smashing! But never for sipping- an idea that seems faulty, it surely must be because it’s too salty!”
These are just a few examples of how the book describes each letter and they are all so much fun to read. If you have a little one that is eager to learn, this book is a great start. My son has been practicing writing his name in this book, and I’m amazed at his progression! He loves his new book!