Review: Professor Ladybug Teaches Alphabet Animals

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Professor Ladybug Teaches Alphabet Animals: Animal Themed Exercise Workbook for Children (Volume 4)

by Professor Ladybug (Author),‎ Matthew Wawrzynowicz (Author),‎ Christine Pinheiro (Author),‎ Alfred Saguban (Illustrator)

Purchased from: Amazon

Paperback: 254 pages

Practicing the alphabet is fun when your child can do it learning about animals! This workbook contains over two hundred practice pages, easy-to-follow instructions, and lots of bonus games and activities. Educational exercises include: 

  • Alphabet practice 
  • Uppercase and lowercase letter recognition and practice 
  • Simple drawing exercises that improve understanding 
  • Essential writing practice 
  • Practice writing rudimentary sentences 
  • Matching exercises 
  • Basic word puzzles 
  • And much, much more!

This workbook also encourages numerous life skills that are essential for your child, including word recognition, memory recall and creative thinking. These books allow your children to learn in a way that is both fun and highly effective! Parents with younger children can read along and explore these fun animals together! Professor Ladybug workbooks are packed with simple learning exercises that your children will be happy to complete. This workbook is designed primarily for children aged 3-6.

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I homeschool my kids and I love finding new and interesting workbooks for them to use.  When I was offered a chance to review Professor Ladybug Teaches Alphabet Animals I was so excited! I have the perfect child to test this book out!

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In the description it says that, “ This workbook is designed primarily for children aged 3-6.”.  I just do not see that. My daughter is 3 and it is way to advanced for her. As we looked through the book it looks like it is more for an advanced kindergartener.

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The picture look like they will be fun to color but we are going to wait awhile before we truly start using this workbook. I want her to enjoy tracing the words and playing with the word searches. I think that if I tried to get her to work in it right now it would only frustrate her and make her not enjoy school work time.

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I would like to thank I Am A Reader for allowing me to review this book. The opinions and impressions expressed in this review are entirely my own. To learn more about this book check out Amazon and Goodreads

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