See the picture? Now read the clue. Then start looking for everything!
A is for apple and airplane and ant. But where are they? Are those balloons on the letter B? See the snow-white ice on the cold letter C? Alright, the D is dotty, the E is a soft pink eraser, the F is on fire, and the G is glittery. But where are these other objects that begin with those letters?
Come along for a jolly trip through the alphabet and find a jeweled J, a lacy L, a rough and rocky R, and total pleasure on every page, all the way to the zebra-striped Z.
Toddlers and preschoolers can search photos from the original I SPY series for letters to help them learn the alphabet. Simple picture clues and rhyming riddles guide the youngest readers through 14 interactive, fun-filled spreads. First time for this series to be in a kid-friendly, 8x8 paperback format.
Learning the ABCs is a matter of searching and identifying in this terrifically entertaining game of I SPY.
These books of creatively composed photographs of everyday objects and dramatic dioramas are packed with all sorts of things to find. By following the rhyming clues and searching the photos, kids can spot hidden objects like tiny toys, colorful buttons, and dominoes. I SPY books also help prepare children for reading, because the ability to tell the difference between objects is the same skill children will need when they start learning to differentiate between the shapes of letters and words. From board books to ultimate challengers, I SPY books provide hours of interactive fun and investigation!
- Interest Level
- Grades PreK - K
- Guided Reading
- Scholastic Inc.
- Book Type
- Activity Book
- Number of Pages