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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Children of all ages love Halloween. The costumes, the spooky drama and, of course, the treats make it a night to remember and look forward to again the next year. There are lots of symbols attached to Halloween: ghosts, goblins, pumpkins, bats, spiders, witches with their pointy hats, and all kinds of scary monsters. Even dogs can dress up. What fun! Halloween is a perfect reason to give young readers another avenue of learning: numbers, letters, words and so much more. Coloring the images, then tracing and coloring the numbers and words is a great way to have fun and expand youngsters’ learning of numbers and letters.
Ronit Tal Shaltiel has created a wonderful coloring book for Halloween. Halloween Activity Book: Coloring, counting, mazes and hidden words game for kids is a super activity book full of lots of things to do to entertain young minds while they await the great trick-or-treating event of the year. Each page has another Halloween image to draw, complete with its associated number and word. For example: one frog wearing a witch’s hat is waiting to be colored along with the number ‘1’ and the word ‘frog’. And, a few pages later, four ghostly images are associated with the word ‘ghosts’ and the number ‘4’. The child learns both the word and the number illustrated in the line drawing and has the opportunity to color the image as well as the word and the number. This is an excellent learning tool to accompany the excitement of Halloween with an educational exercise.