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1001 Things to Spot at Christmas

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1001 Things to Spot at Christmas Reviews | Toppsta

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This is a jolly puzzle book stuffed full of Christmas things to find and count. Busy scenes, including Christmas Land, a snowball fight and Santa's workshop, burst with things for children to find, count and talk about. It helps develop vital word and number skills.

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27th December '16
I read it to LCR08 aged 8 aged 8 & to GCR13 aged 3 aged 3
1001 Things to Spot at Christmas 9780746097939
5 stars
We love these books in this family because there is so much language development that can be got from them. 
We spend ages finding not only the items we are asked to find, but spotting many other things in the pictures as they are so busy and fun. The children also like finding Smudge the penguin on each page as an added extra.
5th November '16
I read it to green17 aged 6 aged 6 & to green18 aged 3 aged 3
1001 Things to Spot at Christmas 9780746097939
4 stars
A fun book to get us in the mood for Christmas! Beautifully detailed pictures with lots to find on every page - maybe a little too much of each item for little ones, my 3 year old lost count when any went past 5 but plenty of other things to find that we improvised and chose our own things to spot. 
12th November '16
I read it to Piglet aged 4 aged 4
1001 Things to Spot at Christmas 9780746097939
3 stars
A nice book that is great for supporting conversations with small children. It is full of detailed drawings or busy Christmas scenes in which your child needs to find particular numbers of characters or objects (I've, 10 Christmas trees). You are unlikely to read the book from start to finish in one sitting, it is rather s book that is good to dip in and out of as and when you have time to sit down together. The drawings are okay, quite funny and childish and it great for helping children to practice their counting. Lots of festive fun.
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Frances grew up with three younger brothers. She kept them in order by telling them stories and writing plays for them to perform (but they never turned up for rehearsals).
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