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Spot’s Big Book of Maths (includes Spot Bakes a Cake)

Written by Eric Hill

Suitable for: 0-5 years

Sponsored by: The Equitable Charitable Trust & The Lions Club of Chichester

Available braille grades: Grade 1,

This book is part of Spot’s Learning Library. It’s designed for pre-school children who are blind or partially sighted. It provides the next step from our introductory book, Fun with Spot™, and gives further practice in our system of raised feely pictures accompanied by audio descriptions. The added tactile pictures explain simple mathematical terms that will be learnt at school and provide gentle practice in using them. We also take the opportunity to introduce the topic of healthy eating.

Spot Bakes a Cake by Eric Hill
It’s his Dad’s birthday, so Spot decides to surprise him by baking a cake. First he goes shopping for tasty ingredients then he starts cooking in the kitchen – and things get a little messy!

Listen to an audio clip

When Sam and Spot go to the park they take a lunchbox so they can have a picnic. Lucky Spot! Spot's Mum and Dad like him to eat plenty of fruit and vegetables so that he stays healthy. Let's find out what Spot has in his lunchbox.
Start in the top left hand corner of the page. Can you find a round, red shape? This is a juicy little tomato.

What's inside

  • A lift the flap picture book with raised tactile images.
  • Audio descriptions with music and sound effects in your chosen format of either CD or USB.
  • An ‘Articles for the Blind’ returns label for the free and convenient return of the box.

Touch to see image list

Mouse
Chocolate Bar
Egg cracked
Wooden Spoon
Chef Hat
Cake
Icing decorationsd
Balloon
Spot and Sally at the supermarket
Comparing different size objects, candle, cake, present
Spot and Sam on the seesaw
Spot’s Healthy Lunchbox: sandwich, tomato, apple, carton drink

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