Children's Book Review: Carry and Learn Shapes - VIDEO REVIEW #scholastic



The third book in Scholastic's exciting Carry and Learn series teaches toddlers early learning concepts using multi-sensory novelties for maximum activity, play, and discovery!

Shapes are all around us -- a triangle in a birdcage, a circle in a tree, or even the square of a dog house! Learn all about the world of shapes with Scholastic's Carry and Learn board book program!

- Every Carry and Learn book has touch-and-feels, tabs, and lift-the-flaps.
- Toddlers will touch, feel, lift, learn, slide, and grow with every book!
- Die-cut tabs on each page invite readers to turn the page on their own.
- Carry and Learn books focus on concept reinforcement, introducing new concepts and then showing them within a context and environment to stimulate learning.
- Every spread reinforces learning with concept repetition and interactive activity on each spread.
- A carry along "on the go" handle gives young readers a sense of ownership and independence.

The 411: Such a cute book for kids. The handle is perfect for little hands. It's a sweet colorful book with fun pictures.

Here is my video review of Carry And Learn:


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Disclaimer I received a complimentary copy. No monetary compensation was offered.

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