We talked about our kids moral character, and now I have a book that helps work their minds
This is a fabulous word puzzles book with over 400 various puzzles ranging from easy to difficult. Parents and teachers will like this as an educational way to keep kids occupied and learning important words and phrases. The graphics throughout make it kid-friendly and lessen the emphasis on learning, which should pull kids in.
This is a fun book aimed at kids age 7 and up. It goes beyond boring workbooks, by giving fun little 5 minute brain exercises, that are perfect for a couple a day, while on vacation from school during the school year, or for an extra lesson each day (as there are 365). There are 10 levels of difficulty, so you can use it for multiple kids, or have your child work through the book and really work out their brain, while they learn new words problem solving, logic and comprehension! As you can see by all the sample pictures, the exercises are varied and fun! It also is great to work on their reading and instruction comprehension, by letting them work on the exercises by themselves!
This would be a great gift for traveling to Grandmas's house, for when the kids say 'I'm bred, which you know is coming, or to have at home for those boredom moments, or to add to the new year resolutions for your kids We highly recommend it!
About the Author:
Kim Chamberlain has been writing and creating activities, games, and puzzles since childhood. The author of Five-Minute Brain Workout as well as communication skills and activity books, she has a master’s in linguistics. She worked with teenagers for many years and is a volunteer reader/writer for college students. She is an award-winning international professional speaker and was founding president of a professional speaker’s association chapter. She lives in Wellington, New Zealand, with her husband, Jon, their two children, and their pet lizard.
About the Illustrator:
Jon Chamberlain has been drawing for a long time, collaborating with his wife on seve
ral book projects and for his own enjoyment. He worked exclusively in inks and watercolor until recently, when he acquired a drawing tablet and consequently relearned how to create digitally. He is a professional IT geek, comic book aficionado, and collector of old science fiction novels. He resides in Wellington, New Zealand.