I used the cards to make signs for my sister’s walking path around her pond. We laminated them onto cedar boards with spar varnish. This book has been so special to her. She gave it to each of her six children to read to her grandchildren.
Absolutely wonderful. I can't wait to share this with my students when we go back to school. I love the vocabulary used! Kids NEED this! And the illustrations are great examples that kids can understand and relate to. In the back of the book, there are great discussion questions and examples to use with your little ones. I might even focus on one letter per week next year and dive deeper into each one. Maybe students could illustrate their own example for each letter through the year and in the end, have their own alphabet for humanity book!
This is one of my favorite books to read to children, particularly to 4, 5,and 6 year olds but can also be read to younger children (as an assistant teacher, I particularly recommend it for older preschoolers/kindergarteners because the vocabulary featured in the book is particularly challenging for young children, but it is still an awesome book for little ones because of all of the awesome pictures and teaches the alphabet). I’ve given this book to people in the past as a gift for baby gifts, birthdays, and just because and it’s a really great gift for any occasion.