Best Books For 3 And 4 Year Olds

BEST BOOKS FOR 3 and 4 YEAR OLDS

3 Year old children are more able to follow simple stories. Picture books are great for this age group because the children can listen to a story while looking at the pictures. 3 and 4 year olds will still enjoy activity books such as lift the flap books and noisy books but are also ready for a larger variety of books. Young children in this age group really enjoy being read to !

TOP 10 BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 3 YEAR OLDS

Dogger by Shirley Hughes

Dogger by Shirley Hughes

The Gruffalo

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson

Richard Scarry Books

Little Red Train Books

Little Red Train Books

Curious George Books

Curious George Books

Miffy Books

Miffy Books by Dick Bruna

Peace At Last

Peace At Last - Jill Murphy

The Tiger Who Came To Tea

How To Catch A Star

How To Catch A Star

Goldilocks and the three bears

Goldilocks And The Three Bears

OUR TOP 10 BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS FOR 4 YEAR OLDS

The cat in the hat

The Cat In The Hat

Beatrix Potter Books

Beatrix Potter Books

Mog the forgetful cat

Mog The Forgetful Cat

where the wild things are

Where The Wild Things Are

winnie the poooh

Winnie The Pooh

Aliens love underpants

Aliens Love Underpants

funnybones

Funnybones by Janet Ahlberg

Harry and the dinosaurs books

Harry and the Dinosaurs Books

the little engine that could

The Little Engine That Could

mixed up fairy tales

Mixed Up Fairy Tales

Most children will start school when they are age 4 and will start to learn their letters and alphabet. Reading books to them and talking about the story as you go along will help them improve their language skills considerably. At this age children will start to learn that words are made up of a sequence of letters even if they don’t recognise what those letters are. At this age children still love repetition and will probably want you to read the same book over and over again. Even if you are fed up with the book, you should go with the flow a bit and try to make things more interesting by talking about the story as you go along and discussing what it happening in the pictures.

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