Whether you have a little one who’s in preschool, or a rising first grader who could use some review, there’s an easy way to make practicing writing and counting exciting — not a chore.
The Scholastic Early Learners Write and Wipe books reinforce these fundamental skills with colorful exercises designed to make learning feel like a game, and they’re reusable, so you can revisit them as often as you’d like.
Here are three ways these books make learning the essentials a whole lot easier (and affordable) 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.