In these 24-page board books, young children will learn important skills such as naming, sorting, counting, matching, as well as basics such as colors, letters, and numbers, through fun, interactive games and activities in these photographically illustrated titles. In this book, children will learn colors by grouping colors in isolation, and then in context.
Comments about National Geographic Little Kids Look And Learn: Colors:
I purchased some of these board books for my grandson's first birthday because I hope to foster a love of books as well as a love of animals in him. I thought these might be nicer than most that you find at stores, and I was right! They are sturdy and well-made, and feature really beautiful images. The colors are bright and eye-catching, and the size of the books is just right for little ones.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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