One thing to note, I took the alphabet book apart and put the pages in page protectors so the kids could lay them flat and not ruin them. They just go neatly into a small binder and I put the book cover in the sleeve on the front. I need to do this to our pattern block books too. I know they’d get more play this way and it saves me from copying.
I thought I’d share our occasional adventures with the new rods. J3 and R8 are enjoying some time with the Alphabet book. I did notice right away that with four children using these at once, we need more of them. We’ll get those soon along with the idea books- one for primary and intermediate.
R8 answers the questions and tries variations according to the directions.