5 Wild Shapes Educational Book for Younger Kids

Posted on September 30th, 2019

We all know the value of enjoying books from an early age. Quarto Kids have a charming starter book illustrated by Camilla Falsini designed to grab the attention of little ones with a colourful and interactive look at Shapes. 5 Wild Shapes will appeal to children and parents. Read on to discover more and for your chance to win a copy.

 

5 Wild Things Book

More about 5 wild Shapes

The bold colour themes and shapes on every double page are eye catching. A short story of a couple of sentences ties the illustrations and shapes together while the reader is encouraged to get physical and move the counter around each shape. It is an adorable way for youngsters to learn about shapes and discover a little about animals and their habitats.  

Find circle as a flower, triangle as a tree, heart as leaves on the trees, wavy as the sea and hexagon as a bees hive and square as a Farmer’s field. Well not Farmer Nick’s farm fields perhaps, but that’s another story! The chunky hardback book is designed to withstand handling by the most destructive toddler, while the wipe clean surface to each hardback page will ensure sticky fingers are not a problem.

Pages from 5 wild things booki

Educational Benefits

  • Develops hand eye coordination
  • Builds cognitive skills
  • Inspires a deeper knowledge of the world

Video insight into 5 wild Shapes

Need to Know

RSP£11.99
Age sutabilityAge 3 upwards (due to small parts) but educationally suitable from Age 2
Product specificationBoard book10 Pages
Illustrated byCamilla Falsini
Published byQuarto Kids
StockistsAmazon, Waterstones, Book Depository, books Etc.
ISBN9780711240889

 

Win your copy of 5 Wild Shapes with Quarto and Coombe Mill

For your chance to win a copy of this fun learning book simply follow the instructions below.

5 Wild Things Book

Disclosure

We were sent our copy of 5 wild shapes for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own.  Our copy can be borrowed from the Coombe Mill Games Room for our guests to borrow on holiday.