The game and the books were highly enjoyed by my kiddos. They are asking for more Treehouse Town books!
What kid would not want to explore and play in
Treehouse Town?! These books are creative, I loved them as well as my 8 year old son. They are a little below his reading level, but stilled peaked his interest. I love the messages they teach as well. The game is an added bonus. It is more fun because the characters and pictures from the story are familiar after reading the books!
With an enjoyable game and two part book set, children will be immersed in beauty and learning as they explore Treehouse Town.
The Treehouse Town books take readers on an exciting adventure with Ella and Jake as they discover new friends—and new problems to be solved.
When Ella and Jake find a treehouse in the woods, it is only one of several mysteries they encounter. Who are their new neighbors? Where is the mysterious light in the woods coming from? And who built this beautiful treehouse?
Ella’s dad went up the ladder, disappearing into the leaves.
“Oh, children!” he cried. “You’ll never believe what is up here!”
Book 1 – 63 pages
Book 2 – 99 pages
The Treehouse Town Parts of Speech Game helps children identify four basic parts of speech: common nouns, proper nouns, adjectives, and verbs. As children work to build a collection of treehouses, this simple game reinforces grammar principles in a fun way!
2 Players, ages 6+. Contains one spinner, 48 playing cards plus instructions and key, and 16 colored game pieces all in a sturdy box.
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