Make practicing writing and counting exciting this summer with books your kids can use for quiet time over and over again!
The Scholastic Early Learners Write and Wipe books reinforce fundamental skills with colorful exercises designed to make learning feel like a game, and they’re reusable, so kids can revisit them as often as they'd like.
Here are three ways these books make learning the essentials a whole lot more fun for your child.
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1. They’re learning disguised as play.
With their eye-catching images and text, the Write and Wipe books get kids excited about learning numbers and letters. Expect to see traceable rocket ships and soccer balls alongside word-tracing exercises, and dalmatians and penguins that teach your child how to count.
And don’t underestimate the usefulness of the handle on each book: Your little one will use it to take their learning activities everywhere!