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May 1, 2012

Play! Draw! Create!

Let kids be Creative with this fun learning set about trucks!


Learning pages include Name That Truck page where kiddos can learn the different names of trucks. Then they can find the matching truck magnet for the adjacent page.
 Then a cute coloring page to match the story. They can learn and practice color words then color in the picture as you read through the story.

Then they can imagine and make their own monster truck using the various magnets. The boys loved this and thought it was quite hilarious.
The nice thing about this set is that its all dry erase, so its mess free.
Then some counting practice and search and find pages with handwriting number practice. Seriously this is so cute!
And of course alphabet handwriting practice where the tow truck is hauling and object related to each letter in the alphabet.
After that a drivers license page where the kids can draw their picture and write information about trucks.
I highly recommend this cute Play and Create Toy from Innovative kids! As said before anything that keeps them busy using their imaginations is fine by me!

You can find this and many other great, ECO-friendly toys at their website, or if you have a story nearby at:


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