Monday, February 6, 2017

Lost But Not Forgotten Smarter Activity Books Review

I did this book with my 7 year old. The pages are set up with random images on every page. In a circle there are 5 objects to find on each page. There are a total of 24 activities with the answers located in the back of the book.

Some of these objects can be tricky to find. For instance there may be a dolphin to find but upon closely looking there may be 4 dolphins on the page. The dolphin may be a different color or have the tail the incorrect way. It makes it a little more challenging for the kids.

This book is great for getting your child to think and search. My child has done the whole book 4 times in a 1 week span and he still has to look for the objects every time. This is a book where the mind keeps working and the child has fun over and over again.

If you are considering buying this book there is a misprint in it. Activity 18, 19 and 20 has the answers on the pages. Then in the answers part at the back of the book it is the regular pages for 18, 19, and 20 instead of the answers.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Knevits

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