Each book can be easily unbound for pages to be added, removed or shared amongst friends.
A work of art which the kids absolutely love
This has been great for my daughter who is a bit worried about starting kindy. It gives her the confidence to feel like a big kid starting school being able to do buttons and zips by herself. Also reinforces her knowledge of numbers shapes and colours. She loves showing me how confident she is spelling her name on the first page.
Our 27 month old boy plays with this book for hours on end and continues to return back to it. First I want to highlight how great it is that you can expand these books and add more pages. We love to incorporate them into our sensory based play and make experiences based around each page
Our boy Is able to count to 10 and he loves exploring all the different ways to count through the book. Whether it be counting the coins in the piggy bank or how many chocolate chips there are on the cookies.
There is much more that we are yet to discover with this book. It’s never going to get boring for our babe. Another great book for long car trips!
We have four Twitterpated books now and this would have to be a favourite.
Both my kids love being able to work on it together, with the finger puppet 3 little bears and Cookie Monster pages proving to be the favourites. The kids spend hours using their books in different ways and Blake said he loves the ‘sparkly coins’ that come from the piggy.
As always I cannot fault the quality and care that goes into these books. We will definitely be purchasing more 😍
Firstly, they’re made of felt which is so unique, more durable, brightly coloured, and very engaging. Next, they are interactive – children with complex communication needs have more opportunities to be involved in shared reading experiences that integrate language, emergent literacy, and communication. Exploring each of the activities per page requires matching and problem solving – all fantastic opportunities for learning and communication development (i.e modelling of different words, pretend play, talking about how to do the tasks, using different question types). Finally, you can also use them in play-based speech therapy. They pair great with mini objects or picture cards related to your target sounds/words. Brilliant and versatile tool for the travelling speech-language therapist, I highly recommend these!
- Mikayla Scott