This LEGO DK ultimate sticker collection book was really enjoyed by my little one. It is better to paste the stickers with the young children instead of them doing the book by themselves. This way we can ask questions and talk about which stickers belong where i.e. which sticker should we put in the farm or the zoo etc.
This LEGO DK Brickmaster brings reading and play together. It helps children follow instructions and build creative toys. This set allows children to recreate the story that they have read. It was fun to build the LEGO pieces with my children and see the lego characters from the book in action as the children played with them.
I liked that the book has five chapters so we can read and build one chapter at a time. With each progressing chapter the amount of building increases. Children can also get creative to make their own structures and tell their own story. This LEGO DK book is for children over the age of 5 years although with supervision 3 1/2 to 4 year old children can participate.
My daughter enjoyed reading this DK reader about Friends. She liked the pictures throughout the book and related the story to the LEGO characters.
The story in the reader was interesting so she didn't mind sitting to read the whole book :) These types of DK readers are encouraging for the children to read. The books have fun stories with reading levels. The stories are not too long to finish reading from beginning to end for young children.
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