Beginner Word and Number Puzzles for Kids: Word Search, Number Search and Crossword Puzzles for Kids! Paperback – 5 May 2012
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About the Author
Jeff Sechler is the author of several kid puzzle books and enjoys creating fun and enjoyable activities for kids. His books can be found at www.blueforestbooks.com.
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-It is the perfect difficulty for my son, beginning with simple puzzles and advancing subtly to more challenging ones as the book progresses. Nothing is too daunting however, and in time he should be able to complete them all. Simple concepts and themes that are kid friendly should both entice him and build his confidence. It offers a nice balance of words that children already know, while also introducing new words.
-There are number searches!! I have never seen these, but they are brilliant! The child has to find the numbers just as they would a a word amongst a grid of numbers. This is absolutely perfect for us, since number reversals and sequencing is something that my son struggles with. It begins with puzzles with smaller numbers, 3-4 characters, and build to numbers with 6-7 characters.
-The crossword puzzles are also well conceived, and are simple but a great introduction to this type of puzzle. No clues, just word placement. Again, perfect for stretching and supporting beginning reading skills.
Overall, I think this book is the perfect fit for children with beginning reading and math skills, and for those who may need support in these areas. Although my son is not diagnosed with dyslexia, I believe this book would be great for those who were. It should offer enough of a challenge without being frustrating or a turn off.