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Review: Very First Book of Things to Spot at Home

  In need of a fun vibrant activity for your kid? Then this is the book for you! Very First Book of Things to Spot at Home is a cute little book that has a bunch of things to find. Our daughter loves search and find games so I knew she would enjoy this book that we got from Timberdoodle.


The pictures are super cute and so colorful so your attention is drawn to this book. I asked our daughter what she liked best and she decided she likes that each page has a cutout part that shows a part of other pages (in the picture below the vase has a cutout). She is almost 5 so this book is definitely easy for her but she loves it all the same. I’d suggest it for 1-3 year olds who need a challenge or 4-5 year olds who need an independent activity. A great plus is the book isn’t too big so taking it on-the-go is great way to keep her occupied while I’m at doctor appointments. 



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  1. I love those kind of books. So great for growing a child's vocabulary.

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