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Reading is a reward in itself, but we decided to take it a step further with the Scaredy Bat series.
This bonus content is designed to make reading even more fun and further engage kids, and help teach life skills like problem solving and reading comprehension.
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Here's What You Get
Fun Coloring Pages
Have fun bringing to life the Scaredy Bat characters and story imagery by coloring in these bonus pages.
Fun Fear Facts for Kids
Helping your kiddo face their fears can be hard. So Scaredy Bat is here to help!
Facing fear is a core theme of the Scaredy Bat books. When Ellie is frightened, she transforms... POOF into a bat! By the end of the book, kids see Ellie choose to overcome her fear, and will be inspired to do the same!
The bonus Fear Facts section of the book is where kids can learn more about Ellie's fear in the story (like clowns) to help them overcome their own fears OR just learn some fun facts!
Practice Detective Skills with Suspect Cards
Mystery stories are some of the most engaging out there, because you never know what detail could be needed to solve them...
To make the reading even more engaging and interactive from the start, you'll find bonus Suspect Card templates that let's your kiddo collect clues as they read and solve the mystery right along with Ellie!
And not only does it help to engage kids, but it also helps develop their problem solving and critical thinking skills!
Uncover Hidden Details to Hone Observation Skills
If the suspect cards weren't enough to keep kids engaged, the Hidden Details Observation Game should do the trick.
In this game, there are three different levels that kiddos can play to test their detective skills and see how much they paid attention to the details of the story!
This is a great way to practice observation skills and sharpen memory recall, which are key for any aspiring detective!
Questions for Comprehension and Family Bonding
Story time is one of the best times for family bonding. In fact, there are chemicals released when a story resonates with the reader, which strengthen the feeling of trust and bonding.
The discussion questions go a step further to get you and your kiddo talking about the story and deepening your connection with each other.
These questions also help with reading comprehension through encouraging reflection. The questions help kids explore the meaning behind what happened in the story and find the connection to their own lives.