A is for America
Does your crew like to learn strange facts and tidbits about places? Are you are looking for a summer activity that will not only be fun but educational? Make sure to check out the new book from Ulysses Press called A is for America.
It’s a letter tracing book that includes fun facts along with handwriting practice. Consider it 50 States of Fun ABC Practice.
What I found interesting about the book was that although my little one does not like having to write his letters, he did enjoy learning the fun facts. We used it together and while he was writing his letters, I would look up the fun fact for that letter and discuss it in more detail. I think the combination worked great for us.
Designed for curious-minded kids and patriotic parents, this learning aid brings to life each letter with uniquely American examples
Nothing is more important than early childhood education, and a critical first step is learning to write the ABCs. Packed with page after page of lightly-grayed letters that can be traced over, this helpful workbook makes it easy for your youngster to master every line and curve.
It includes examples from all 50 states and features 52 USA-themed illustrations. From “G is for the Grand Canyon in Arizona” to “P is for the Presidents on Mount Rushmore,” this one-of-a-kind book not only teaches letter tracing; it opens the door for you to tell your children stories about the many things that make America great.
Whether home schooling or just looking to help your child improve lettering skills, you will appreciate the way A is for America Letter Tracing keeps your child interested in learning by turning lettering practice into a fun game about famous locations throughout the USA.
This is a cute book. The book information says it is for ages 3-6 but I would recommend it for little ones in the 5-7 age range since some of the letters are small and require better hand coordination. If nothing else, the practice is good and the fun facts give us something to talk about and opens the communication between us. It’s a win – win for my crew.
This book is published by Ulysses Press and can be purchased on Amazon. It is a paperback with a two page spread for each letter. The paper is nice and thick in case your little one wants to color the artwork or create their own.
Do you have any tips on keeping little ones interested in learning to write?