It's never too early to enjoy learning!
These preschool activity books - from the long-established Help with Homework brand - aim to nurture an enjoyment of early learning while laying the foundations of key numeracy and literacy skills.
Introduce little learners to pen-control, numbers, and ABC's with this fantastic Help with Homework wipe-clean activity bundle.
Each page teaches your child different concepts and gives them the opportunity to form their own. The wipe-clean surface ensures they can practise again and again with their very own wipe-clean pen and eraser. Chunky tabbed pages enable little fingers to easily find the numbers they want to learn.
My First Numbers Wipe-clean Board Book
Take the first steps in learning to count. With wipe-clean pages and a chunky, easy-to-hold pen, early learners can practise and play every day.
My First Pen Control Wipe-clean Board Book
My First Pen Control develops dexterity and pen control, preparing learners for handwriting lessons
Take the first steps in learning to write. With wipe-clean pages and a chunky, easy-to-hold pen, early learners can practise and play every day.
Help little learners understand pen control with this fantastic Help With Homework activity book. Each page provides an opportunity for children to practise different writing forms - the basis from which they will eventually learn to form words.
Dippy Duck's Day of Discovery - A Journey Through the Alphabet
Dippy Duck is showing one of her ducklings around Letterland on a day of discovery, but Dippy's duckling keeps disappearing! Can you spot the missing duckling in any of the thirteen detailed scenes? Featuring all the Letterland characters, every scene also has plenty of things to find that begin with each sound of the alphabet.
Our remarkable ability to remember quotes from practically any movie, and our skill in catering to almost any person in South Africa.
The latter is the harder of the two, because A) we haven't met everyone in the R of SA and 2) our personal tastes can hardly be used as a benchmark for things other people may enjoy.
Still, through sheer determination and never-miss-an-episode viewings of 7de Laan, we like to think we hit the proverbial nail on the head more often than not.
And in the almost unfathomable event that we're completely wrong and nothing on our cyber-shelves appeals to you, we'd like to leave you with the following gem from Lord of the Rings:
"Use the force, Harry." - Edward Cullen.