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I Can Be a Butterfly - ABC bundle

Ages 3 - 8 Kindergarten - 2nd Grade
Regular price $11.95
Sale price $11.95 Regular price
Instant download available after purchase
A research-backed way to learn the alphabet - Now including storybook and handwriting activity book!
Handwriting activities consolidate knowledge of letters
Printable worksheets for bite-sized learning. Print a few pages a day!
Product Description
I Can Be a Butterfly is a hilarious, research-backed way to learn the alphabet. These print-at-home activity books tell the tale of one baby fly's mission to chomp, chew, and crunch his way from A to Z! This bundle includes a storybook and handwriting activity book, with worksheets formatted for bite-sized learning. Perfect for ages 4-8 (Kindergarten - Grade 2).
Instructions
How to play
  • Step 1 Follow printed arrows to learn the shape of each letter
  • Step 2 Trace the letter over dotted lines
  • Step 3 Write the letter all by yourself, following a starting point on the page!
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0lb - 12lb US$19.99
12.01lb - 16lb US$19.99
16.01lb - 30lb US$25.00
30lb and up US$29.99
US$100.00 - US$200.00 Free
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An ABC coming-of-age story

Bogart dreams of growing up to become a butterfly. But if all he ever eats is poo, he will be nothing more than a common housefly. So he sets out on the foodie adventure of a lifetime! First apples and asparagus. Then bagels and burritos. Before long, Bogart is chomping his way through the whole alphabet! And he won’t stop chomping until he becomes a butterfly. Help Bogart chomp his way from A to Z and face his greatest fear - being ordinary.

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Handwriting practice helps develop reading skills

Handwriting is a crucial skill for children in their early school years, beginning with individual capital letters all the way to writing full sentences. Research shows that children with better handwriting exhibit greater neural activation in brain regions associated with working memory and increased activation in the regions associated with reading and writing.

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