The Little Kid’s Book of BIG Ideas: Analogies

4.88 out of 5
(8 customer reviews)

$34.99

 

Unlock the secrets of Analogies!

Includes 125 pages and more than 150 individual questions!

Product Description

To the untrained eye, analogies can seem quite mysterious, but the ability to unlock their secrets is actually a very useful skill. Though it may not be completely intuitive, it is very possible to teach the skill of identifying and applying relationships early in life. By using simple instructions, visual clues and a variety of hands-on exercises, Analogies provides a guided learning workbook introducing the concept of classifications and relationships while outlining a step-by-step way to understand and decode those tricky analogies. Verbal and geometric relationship problems will become a breeze and your little learner will develop the foundational skills necessary to succeed at these and other critical thinking problems for the future.

 

8 reviews for The Little Kid’s Book of BIG Ideas: Analogies

  1. Sarah Braukman
    5 out of 5

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    As a Mom who tries to steer away from “screen time” as distraction in restaurants and other wait times, I have found these workbooks to be perfect to throw in a bag and take with us. My daughter loves to do the activities and it’s a quiet, educational activity to fill these wait times. She also asks to do them regularly at home. She loves figuring out “puzzles” and challenging herself to learn the new concepts. The pages are bright and colorful and overall, she has been very engaged with the product. Would highly recommend.

  2. Amy
    5 out of 5

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    These products are amazing. I love how engaged my son is while learning. The colorful illustrations only add to the fun kids are having and the varied tasks keep my son entertained. Love these products, highly recommend!

  3. Anastasia P
    5 out of 5

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    This book is great for my three year old. The concepts in the analogies book are illustrated with fun pictures that appeal to him. The pages are simple enough to keep him engaged and interested and build up to bigger concepts in a meaningful way. They are great at home or in my mom bag!

  4. Krystal
    4 out of 5

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    Analogies can be a difficult concept, but this book makes Analogies easy for the youngest to understand. Everything is bright, colorful, and simple for a pre-kinder child. Note: a child does need to be familiar with shapes, colors, letters, and numbers to use this book.

  5. Lynn
    5 out of 5

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    My 4 year old loved her workbooks. She had so much fun doing her “homework” like her big brother and sisters. I loved how easy they made it to teach these concepts.

  6. Tara
    5 out of 5

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    I absolutely adore these books. The analogies book is by far my favorite since it has very clear pictures and makes learning fun for our little guy. My son loves looking at the pictures and grouping things together as well as practice new words. There is a wide variety of activities so that if he gets bored with one project we can simply move to the next. I can’t wait to spend some time with him this summer in filling out the book so that when he starts back up in pre-school in the fall he will be ahead vs behind!

  7. Jennifer
    5 out of 5

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    A great workbook to help develop critical thinking and problem solving skills in young children. Colorful, familiar images make learning new concepts fun for even my four year old. These workbooks are great for family time or quiet time

  8. Meg Wicks
    5 out of 5

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    We actually use this workbook as a great way to pass the time on road trips! It’s pretty, it’s clear, it’s entertaining—it’s learning! What more could a mom ask for when she needs “Are we there yet?!” to end and fun to begin?

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