Learning to read is easier when it’s turned into an entertaining game, and that’s just what these puzzles do! Each one offers five- and six-year-olds plenty of enjoyment, so they won’t even realize that they’re really building skills. For “Flower Power”—an easy form of crossword—young solvers have to place the names of different flowers into the correct spaces on a grid. “It Starts with H” is a simple word search: kids have to look across and down to find such words as harp, heart, and home. Plus, they’ll solve riddles and anagrams, do some code-breaking, fill in blank spaces to form new words, and have a good time!
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