My First Toddler Coloring Book: Fun with Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Colors, and Animals! (Paperback)
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Teach toddlers the essentials with early-learning coloring activities for kids ages 1 to 3.
Toddlers learn best while having fun. My First Toddler Coloring Book introduces fundamental skills like reading, counting, and shapes through engaging coloring exercises. Kids will have a blast as they learn pre-K concepts and reinforce their understanding through creativity and play.
Approved by teachers, parents, and kids alike, this coloring book for toddlers includes:
- FIRST CONCEPTS: Introduce children to numbers, letters, shapes, colors, animals, simple words, and counting.
- BOLD ILLUSTRATIONS: Help kids strengthen and practice their motor and recognition skills with 100+ big, simple illustrations that are easy for them to identify and color.
- INDEPENDENT LEARNING: Channel toddlers' endless energy with educational activities they can complete on their own or with your guidance.
My First Toddler Coloring Book is the best toddler coloring book for fun and learning that will inspire hours of enjoyment—at home or in the classroom.
About the Author
TANYA EMELYANOVA is a professional children's illustrator whose work is characterized by stylish, bright and cheerful images.
"As a preschool and elementary age educator, I greatly appreciate the simplicity, size, and content of My First Toddler Coloring Book and its focus on early education."—Kelly Cable, preschool/elementary educator and blogger at SimpleLifeMom.com
"My First Toddler Coloring Book makes learning basic concepts FUN! I especially appreciate how the illustrations reinforce what toddlers learn in preschool, daycare, or what they see when reading children's books."—Hadar Maor, Miss-Kindergarten.com
"Geared for young children, My First Toddler Coloring Book features bold lines and simple images to accommodate broad motion scribbling and coloring. The letters and shapes could easily be discussed and even traced over with a finger, but for young children, the emphasis isn’t on tracing these forms, simply on becoming familiar with them and their properties by having them in their environment in a variety of ways."—Amanda Morgan, founder of Not Just Cute, Intentional Whole Child Development blog