What is William is a fun, interactive and educational “What am I” book.
The concept of this book is to encourage children to think for themselves, it challenges young readers to guess the animal.
What is William is a book made to inspire creativity in children and spark an interest in marine life.
This book is recommended for children between 3-6 years of age.
Interactive books will not only capture a child's attention but will set the foundation for reading and learning skills. The benefits children receive from having stories read to them are hugely increased when parents talk and ask questions about the story. So remember to add a little conversation to each page and take a few minutes after the story to keep the conversation going.
Critical thinking comprises a number of different skills that help children learn to make decisions. It is the ability to evaluate information to determine whether it is right or wrong. As children grow into pre-adolescents and teenagers, their critical thinking skills will help them make judgments independently. To be good at thinking, children must believe that thinking is fun and want to be good at it.
Rhyming is fun, it adds joy to the sometimes daunting task of learning to read. It is a great way to teach children the connection between the sound of a word and how it’s written. I have included rhyming words and interaction to make it also appealing for children with autism spectrum disorder.
Fun facts help to educate children. Knowledge is power.
Making reading a fun activity can help your child's learning and social skills. Reading a funny book filled with peculiar characters, fun and excitement is a great way to get your child interested in reading.