Reusable Sticker books like All Better are best-sellers for a reason. Our children fall in love with them. Because children love them, it’s great to use them as a reading tool at the same time.
Reread Again and Again
Hold on to your boredom everyone! Reading the same book again and again can be a great thing. Reading the same book or even books like All Better that have the same phrasing over and over can allow your child to increase their sight words naturally.
All Better has a super catchy phrase. “Clean it, Kiss it, Put a Bandage on it. All Better.” The words will quickly sink in! Once you read this several times, have your preschooler find the word all or better. They will start to recognize these words and read it to themselves.
Plus, All Better comes with 5 reusable stickers, one for each animal in the book. Use again and again!
Little Bear Needs Glasses is a sweet board book about helping Little Bear find the perfect glasses for him.
He tries on all his friend’s glasses to see which ones will perfectly fit. Mouse’s glasses are so small and look so silly on Bear.
Your children will love playing with this book again and again.
This book is especially great for any child wearing glasses to make them feel a little extra special.
There is a sheet inside the book that contains all the glasses stickers, but you might want to just store them in the book in case you lose the sheet.
Kisses, Cuddles, and Good Night is a cute board book with re-positionable stickers just like All Better and Little Bear Needs Glasses.
Match every animal with their stuffed animal. Beware chick’s lovey is a rooster! My children had no issue with this whatsoever but some do.
Read this sweet book before bedtime to unwind from your busy day.
This is the latest book like All Better. It’s Christmastime comes with 15 stickers which can be placed throughout the book.
Stickers include: an ornament, plate of cookies, hat, scarf, bell, string of lights, moon, present, trumpet, teapot and more.
I played with this book with my boys (2 and 4) the other day. I divided the stickers into two piles for each of them. As I read the story, they looked at their stickers to see what made sense on that page. Some of the stickers can go in multiple places, but some really only make sense in one place, like the cookies.
There are multiple places for the moon, ornaments, scarf and hat, etc.
I really love the way you can think and play with this book.
Hope you enjoyed these amazing board books! Get your own copy here of any of these titles.
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