The Cheerios Animal Play Book

Bring your own Cheerios With this exciting companion to the best selling The Cheerios Play Book, children can delight once in adding Cheerios to just the right places Leopards get their spots, monkeys juggle, owls see and children will laugh out loud as a much loved cereal again becomes part of Lee Wade s bold, bright art As with the original Cheerios PlayBring your own Cheerios With this exciting companion to the best selling The Cheerios Play Book, children can delight once in adding Cheerios to just the right places Leopards get their spots, monkeys juggle, owls see and children will laugh out loud as a much loved cereal again becomes part of Lee Wade s bold, bright art As with the original Cheerios Play Book, pages are recessed to help children successfully place the cereal pieces in the scenes MORE tasty, interactive fun that toddlers will love
The Cheerios Animal Play Book Bring your own Cheerios With this exciting companion to the best selling The Cheerios Play Book children can delight once in adding Cheerios to just the right places Leopards get their spots monkeys

  • Title: The Cheerios Animal Play Book
  • Author: Lee Wade
  • ISBN: 9780689830143
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Board Book
  • 1 thought on “The Cheerios Animal Play Book”

    1. Jane has taken a renewed interest in this cheerio board book. I recommend this one for Henry! It has big pictures of animals (including owls - one of her current obsessions) and has little holes for your toddler to place cheerios to match the rest of the picture. As Jane is having difficulty sharing & letting go of 'certain' food items - this is a challenge, but she is beginning to take this step .

    2. You will need some Cheerios for this book. It's an interactive book where you place the pieces of cereal and you can then count how many there are or identify what the cereal's purpose is for that page (to decorate a butterfly wing etc.). Using Cheerios is a fun twist and I suppose you can use any small round piece of cereal if you don't like Cheerios (Shhhh don't tell General Mills if you do).

    3. Substitute just about any bite-sized snack for those ubiquitous whole grain O-shaped cereal bits and you get pretty much the same effect.You have to wonder what's up with all these loser animals though. Owls losing their glasses, monkeys that drop all their juggling instruments

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