Children enjoy learning when they can experience it hands on. Unfortunately, we can not visit the Ice Age. (Maybe that’s a good thing?!?) We were able to enjoy learning about the Ice Age through a complimentary copy of the book below.
Inside this book, your child is taken on an adventure. My child enjoyed following the tour guide and his sidekick as he taught him how the ice age came to be in relation to Noah’s ark and science. Each animal is presented first in boldly colored cartoon form, which helped my child see the animal in a kid-friendly form. The page next to it shows an actual picture and/or skeleton of the animal. Next, my son seems interested in most of the facts provided about the animal, including its living environment. There are a few animals with names I can not pronounce. The author was kind enough to include pronunciation hints so that I don’t look silly to my child. (Yes, I still sound silly when I say the strange word. LOL)
This book is a terrific learning resource for children, both in public or homeschool. I would even share it with my Sunday School class. The younger the child, the more breaks you’d have to take to get through the book, but that’s normal.