Play Smart Playtime - Can You Find It? Spot-the-Differences & More Fun Games (Paperback)

By Gakken (Created by)

Gakken, 9784056210811, 48pp.

Publication Date: May 7, 2019

List Price: 7.99*
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Introducing Japan’s #1 Best-Selling Educational Publisher, Gakken's Play Smart™ PLAYTIME - a new series in the critically-acclaimed, parents-approved, kids-adored “Fun-First Learning” Play Smart family!

Simply fun activities that boost young brains for life!  Introducing Play Smart PLAYTIME “Can You Find It? Spot-the-Differences & More Fun Games”

Gakken’s Play Smart PLAYTIME Can You Find It? Spot-the-Differences & More Fun Games pairs our research-based, engaging early learning activities with our “Learning should be fun” philosophy for hours of productive and smart play time while developing thinking skills, observation abilities, focus, confidence, and a love of learning.

Play Smart PLAYTIME Can You Find It? Spot-the-Differences & More Fun Games is packed with 20 fun-first spot-the-differences and hidden pictures games that educate your child and sharpen their skills without them realizing it.  Each activity comes with tips for parents to help enhance the experience along with alternate ways to play each game.  We also include "Extended Play Ideas" which takes each activity off the page and into the real world - a truly unique feature for activity books.

Gakken's Play Smart PLAYTIME activity books include 60 adorable stickers and a suitable-for-framing completion certificate that allow you to reward your little one for a job well-done and to encourage additional learning.

About the Author

Contributor Patricia J. Murphy is an award-winning writer/author of over 150 children's books, a passionate literacy advocate, and a Gakken Plus, NA, creative consultant from Chicago, IL. Learn more about her at   Gakken is Japan's #1 best-selling educational publisher.  Founded in 1947 by visionary Hideto Furuoka, Gakken's philosophy of "Fun-First Learning" educates children through fun activities and expands their creativity and cognitive abilities without the feeling of "active teaching."