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Review: First Sticker Book Jobs

This is such a great book to get your child engaged with hands-on activity while learning about some jobs around their community. What I really like about this Usborne book is that’s it gives a description of the scene so the reader knows what’s going on. Then the child gets to place a bunch of stickers to complete the scene.



Our daughter had a bunch of fun seeing what different job places look like. The downside is that there isn’t a lot of descriptions so what I did was explain to her what the people do in the jobs. Whenever we go over occupations I always like to ask if she worked there what job would she like to do best. So far she’d like to be a reporter the best. Usborne has other really great books that are about jobs. 


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  1. I love how you develop conversations based on the activity. What a great way to learn!

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