Seek and Find Books: 4 New Titles Your Kids Will LoveLast updated on May 22nd, Although, I suppose when you stop to consider it, searching for a hippopotamus with an accordion or a cute mouse with fairy wings, does sound much more fun than wading through piles of mess in the search of a missing umbrella. Anyway, with my son having broken his leg a few weeks back, we have been spending a bit of time revisiting some old favourites , as well as exploring some new ones, and my two-year-old has been muscling in on the act too. A perfect way to develop visual perception skills, as well as have a little hide and seek fun whilst stuck on the sofa. So, I thought it might be useful to compile a list of the ones we most love and seem best suited to younger detectives. I hope at least one of them may see you through a long journey, a restaurant trip or just provide your tikes with some entertainment on a wet Sunday afternoon, whilst you try and work out where your toddler may have hidden your smartphone. Please just note that this post contains affiliate links, which means if you decide to purchase any of these books by clicking through the provided links, you will be supporting the blog, at no additional cost to yourself.
Where Are You...?
Spot What. This book is very educational. Favourites of ours include Look. We give books by partnering with Room to Read, a global organisation transforming the lives of millions of children across low income communities by unlocking their full potential through education.These clever, horizontally-oriented books ask the reader to solve a mystery about the scene depicted in each illustration. Thank you. Double the seeking fun. Age Secretly teaches kids about history Personalized cover, character and story details.
Thank you, I love Animalia? While not a Seek and Find book per se, Jenny! The story is available in 18 different languages and is suitable for children aged. Now my kids are aged I struggle to remember what books are suitable for what age group.
Seek and Find Books for Preschoolers and Up
Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. You can literally turn any book into a can-you-find book for toddlers. But preschoolers like something a bit more challenging! These books encourage kids ages 3 and up to use their perception skills to find hidden objects, but the task is not too overwhelming. And, yes, all of these will also be enjoyed by elementary aged kids. Seasons by Philip Giordano.
When a restless little bear hears the buzz of a bee and decides to steal away from the family cave in pursuit of honey, Papa Bear wakes with a start from his hibernation and starts a search for his cub that takes him into the city, the Cat by Henry Cole. I love that boooks photo too. Spot. Note: book covers and titles are affiliate links. Your email address will not be published.
I had never seen anything like it. It felt like a challenge. Both kids and adults enjoyed it. It encouraged the reader to study the illustrations and notice the details. Any of these would make a fun gift.
We love them. There are ten dioramas to explore in total, fun dialogue, boy and girl. Choose from 6 different adventurers With six different characters to choose fr. I love this unique take on the seek and find book: turn-seek-find.
Popping over from Read With Me. So, I thought it might be useful to compile a list of the ones we most love and seem best suited to younger detectives. The story goes that granddad is taking his little folks on a picnic but along the way the childrene gets lost. Perfectly partnered with Book 2 of the Collection.