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by Chris Welles Feder

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  • ISBN 076111517X
  • ISBN13 978-0761115175
  • Language English
  • Author Chris Welles Feder
  • Publisher Workman Publishing Company (April 30, 1999)
  • Pages 26
  • Formats docx lit mobi mbr
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1125 kb
  • Size Fb2 1150 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 253

Join a little monkey named Max on his fun-filled days and watch your child's vocabulary blossom! Help Max get dressed. Visit the zoo. Have fun at the circus. Enjoy a picnic in the county. Plus celebrate holidays, mark the changing of the seasons, and learn all about animals. It's a game of 400 questions in picture form that will help your child develop essential learning skills and get a smart start.Vetted by a panel of America’s highest award-winning teachers, and embraced by kids and parents because it flat-out works, Brain Quest opens a world of information and education with its fast-paced question-and-answer format, bright full-color illustrations, and lively attitude

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Brain Quest: English. Early Childhood sets have full-color illustrations and are designed for play-and-learn moments, emphasizing development, not testing. Sets for older kids have categories of questions coordinated by symbol. Answer cards immediately follow question cards. Be the first to ask a question about Brain Quest.

each deck hinged together by a plastic bolt. Early Childhood sets have full-color illustrations and are designed for play-and-learn moments, emphasizing development, not testing

Brain Quest: Preschool. each deck hinged together by a plastic bolt.

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Brain Quest Early Childhood, including My First Brain Quest, Brain Quest for Threes, Brain Quest Preschool & Brain Quest Kindergarten, gives kids ages 2 to 6 a smart start. For the Car challenges kids (and their parents) with 1,100 questions all about America and its states-people, geography, nature and regional history. It's Brain Quest across America, the smartest way for kids to have fun in the car.

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My son received his first Brain Quest for his birthday- but he loves them so much that I have since purchased several others! They are attached (so they are easy to travel with- unlike flash cards) and are a fun adjunct to your child's "learning library"! Lots of fun for him! оставлен niasnane07. Have fun with Brain Quest.

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Zyniam
I bought these for my 1 1/2 year old son who loves picture books. He was instantly taken with "Max Monkey" and happily pointed him out on all the pages. My son was not so happy with the fact that he couldn't take the "Max cards" apart. Looks like this is a common theme in the reviews.

Anyways, the cards are educational, easy to read, great for taking in the car and cover a lot of topics (seasons, clothing, food). I don't mind that they don't come apart since they won't be lost. :)
Qane
My older daughter loves Brain Quest, and I ordered this for my 2-1/2 year old son. They are great fun, and we often "play" with the decks instead of reading at night. Max the Monkey is fun, and my son enjoys looking at the pictures. I have been surprised at words he both does and does not know.
Some of the "answers" provided by Brain Quest are not words in a toddler vocabularly--for example, a picture showing what appears to be a box of crayons asks, "What are these called?" and the correct Brain Quest answer is "colored pencils." In another series of pictures, Max's slippers look more like shoes. However, these are minor things that are easily worked around--the parent can choose their own "right" answer. There way the questions are written easily lead you to make up your own questions.
The two things that could be improved upon: the is a 4" tall Max the Monkey included with the decks. It is supposed to be a child's playtoy, but it's made of FOAM. Needless to say, it was torn by the second day. Also, the plastic rivet that holds the cards together needs to be changed. It has the deck so tightly bound that I can't let my son turn the cards on his own--the cards would be terribly bent or torn. (The last Brain Quest I purchased had this same problem.)
Despite my negative sounding review, I am a big Brain Quest fan, and do like this Toddler's series. I would encourage any parent of a toddler to give this a try. Everyone learns from it, but in a fun, learning-through-play manner. The pictures are engaging, and a deck can easily be carried in a purse or backpack for outside the house.
The 2-3 year old guideline is appropriate. Very verbal, older 3 year olds will likely find this easy (which is great for their self-confidence), but may enjoy the challenge of the next level.
Gholbirdred
How do you make a smart preschooler? You ask them questions about everything, help them develop keener powers of observation, and guide them to be pattern recognizers. My First Brain Quest will help build toddler vocabulary, will lead little ones to keener observations and will keep up interaction between adult and child. Caregivers and foster care parents will love the structure provided by the sturdy cards hinged with a plastic rivet that keep the cards together and handy for constant use. Folks who provide CDA training and foster parent training, as well as parent-child interaction instruction will appreciate the slow pace and good feeling engendered by the BrainQuest preschool cards. They're a great way to train parenting skills of interaction (rather than imperatives) because they are founded on questions. The box also holds Max the Plastic MOnkey for the kids to hold onto while answering the questions, although he will probably get gnawed on as well as held in the hand. In preschool children, the name of the game is vocabulary. Being able to name your world is to have power over it. Brainquest does just that in a compact way. Great for pediatricians' offices, hospital waiting rooms, and other places you find parents and bored kids spending unstructured time.
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