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Review: Developing the Early Learner

I love this set of critical thinking books. Developing the Early Learner is a set of 4 books that have a bunch of different things all relating to thinking and learning. With Timberdoodle you get the special teacher manual with it which I love. So far my favorite lesson in this series is following multiple directions. Ex: I tell my daughter color with flower yellow and only the candle wick green. So she has to follow both directions given without me repeating them.


Every time we do these book she gets so excited and thinks they are so much fun. Her favorite activity in it is when we get to go around and hit things to see if they make the same sound. I do wish some of the pages were colorful but then it does allow my daughter to color things which she love. I highly recommend this set of critical thinking books. There are so many things that they help with it definitely a must have. 


(In her left hand is a cheese stick.)

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  1. These have been around awhile but they are SO good! I like the variety of activities included.

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