A luxury touchy-feely flap book featuring colourful dinosaurs. Designed to introduce children to the idea of opposites, each double page features different dinosaurs to show concepts such as hot and cold, clean and messy, tall and small and happy and sad.
This is a great board book for young children to learn their opposites while playing with the hiding dinosaurs. Each page there is something to feel either soft, rough,shiny and more. The pictures are nice and bright, fun and loving, the pages are thick so don't easily rip for those rough children.
I love how you read the page to the child and then it asks a question. In the pictures on one page is lets say hot the other page will say cold, children learn opposites without really knowing they are learning them. I love the last pages where it had flaps with one word on the top like hard and they have to guess what the opposite would be and then lift the flap to see if they are right so soft would be the right word.
The price is a big high for what I would of brought as this was gifted to my children. but its great to read over and over, but you do get a lot of use out of it. Our one still looks like new and its been read so many times.
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