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Pre-school & Early Learning

Toddlers and pre-schoolers who are read to have a larger vocabulary

Studies have shown that toddlers and pre-schoolers who are read to have a larger vocabulary and better understanding of different topics about the world as well as everyday life than those who are not read to at all. Give your child a great start and prepare them for preschool as well as primary school by shopping for a huge selection of books at amazing prices. Sellers here have got all sorts of kids’ books to inspire a love of reading and counting as well as colouring books for their creativity. Stores have a mission is to make your experience enjoyable and ultimately save you money. You can shop online or in-store.

Best for Preschool Age Kids

  • Board Books. The simplest of preschool books facilitate learning among infants and toddlers.
  • Activity Books. Joining the ranks of beloved kindergarten books are activity books.
  • Picture Books.
  • Sticker Books.
  • Series Books.

Starting between the ages of two and three years old, you will have the option of placing your child in preschool.

Your child will learn how to:

  • Practice new skills by themselves.
  • Be persistent when learning something new.
  • Develop large and small muscles.
  • Develop gross and fine motor skills.


Early reader books are considered the "earliest" chapter book a child can experience. Broken up into smaller chapters, early readers are a great way to boost confidence in young readers. While they are mostly read from the ages 5-9, early readers can be enjoyed by anyone!

  • Simple vocabulary and repetitive language, including abundant sight words
  • Short, carefully crafted sentences and paragraphs
  • Engaging, easy-to-follow storylines
  • Relatable (and often recognizable) characters

Children's Book Classifications

  • Picture books. Picture books are targeted at children ages 2 to 8.
  • Chapter books. Chapter books are for children ages 7 to 9 and they are 4,000-15,000 words in length.
  • Easy Reader.
  • Juvenile books.
  • Middle grade.
  • Young Adult books.

Enrolling preschool at three years of age helps your pre-schooler develop fine motor skills such as writing letters and numbers. These skills inspire pre-schoolers to continue with academics in the future by going to kindergarten when they are five years old.

Signs your child is ready for preschool

  • They can follow simple directions.
  • They can handle being away from you for short periods of time.
  • They can focus on a task.
  • They want to play with other kids.
  • They have basic self-care skills.
  • They're potty trained.
  • They know what to expect in the classroom.