The Adventures of Scuba Jack Releases New Learning Activity Book, Lowercase Alphabet Practice

Share Article

The Adventures of Scuba Jack's newest learning activity book, Lowercase Alphabet Practice, is now available. The activity book offers critical pre-writing and pre-reading skills to Preschoolers, helping to prepare them for a successful transition into Kindergarten.

One of the most fun filled new preschool activity books, Lowercase Alphabet Practice dives into stores today! This newly launched product was created by the Adventures of Scuba Jack in conjunction with Pre-School Planet. This hands-on learning activity book sparks the curiosity of children with FUN new ways to enjoy learning the lowercase ABC's.

This type of Early Childhood Development provides a window of opportunity to dramatically shape a child's brain when it is rapidly developing. Early experiences, particularly from the time children are born to the first day of Kindergarten, shape whether a child's brain develops a strong foundation for learning. In Early Childhood, children develop the linguistic, cognitive, social and emotional building blocks needed for later development.

Learning how to write is one of the big benchmarks for preschool. There are ways to help your child avoid getting left behind in the classroom without breaking your budget. The Adventures of Scuba Jack encourages parents to give their children a wide range of prewriting activities to promote the development of these necessary skills. Learning to read and write is critical to a child’s success in school and later in life. One of the best predictors of whether a child will function competently in school is the level to which the child progresses in reading and writing. Although reading and writing abilities continue to develop throughout the life span, the early childhood years (from birth through age eight) are the most important period for literacy development.

The Adventures of Scuba Jack also offers:

1. Free Newly created worksheets
2. Activity Books: Dinosaurs, Fairies, Pirates, Rainforests, Oceans
3. Free Crafts
4. Educational DVDs
5. Facebook Page that provide daily activities
6. Mini Videos that teach Preschool concepts

Visit for more information.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Beth Costanzo
Visit website