Back to School Books From DK Canada {Giveaway}

It is officially the end of the summer and kids started online school at home with me this week! Whether you are doing homeschool, online virtual school, or in person, the following books from DK Books are must-haves for your home library.  Because books can make learning so much fun.

Back to School Books From DK Canada

Geometry Genius

An interactive guide to shapes for 5 to 8-year-olds, this bright and bold lift-the-flap activity book helps children understand the properties of 2-D and 3-D shapes. Shapes are an important topic for early learners, and this visually appealing book will make it a lot of fun, too!

Our thoughts: This book has been perfect for our 6-year-old. Such a great way to get him thinking about shapes in our everyday world, and all the geometry concepts, easily explained. 

Available on Amazon HERE.

Back to School Books From DK Canada

MW Children’s Dictionary

A must-have children’s reference source with more than 35,000 words and 3,000 full-colour illustrations specially created by DK’s celebrated design team and Merriam-Webster’s renowned language experts.

Our thoughts: A good Children’s Dictionary is a must-have for the home. We love the full-colour illustrations and photos in this one, with everything children need for back to school. Because little ones need to get back to basics, forget Google and screens for a second, and immerse themselves in a good book. 

Available on Amazon HERE.

 

Back to School Books From DK Canada

Knowledge Encyclopedia 

This brilliant children’s encyclopedia is informative, diverse in subject matter, easy to read and brimming with ground-breaking CGI graphics that make it a truly immersive reading experience, revealing the world as you’ve never seen it before.

An incredible, educational journey through space and time on planet Earth and beyond. This is the perfect educational book for a young explorer.

Our thoughts: My boys have spent hours going through this book. So much information and lots of different topics. A really great, easy to read, educational book for kids to flip through. 

Available on Amazon HERE.

Back to School Books From DK Canada

History Year By Year

A visual reference book that will transport kids to any moment in history from the comfort of their own home.

Featuring more than 1,500 images that bring the story of the past to life through a detailed timeline, this visual world history book helps children navigate the influences, patterns, and connections between historical events, beginning with prehistory and running up to the Arab Spring.

Our thoughts: Our oldest is a history lover and this book has been his go-to lately. The book has a very detailed timeline of world history and so much information. Fascinating!

Available on Amazon HERE.

Back to School Books From DK Canada

Back to School Books From DK Canada

GIVEAWAY

Win it: One very lucky Canadian reader will win a copy of the Knowledge Encyclopedia ($38.60 value). Enter to WIN via Rafflecopter below. Good luck friends!

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Disclosure: This is a partnered post with DK Books Canada. However, all opinions and views on this post are 100% my own.

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Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

46 responses to “Back to School Books From DK Canada {Giveaway}”

  1. I would flip through History Year By Year as I like history.

  2. History year by year sounds interesting

  3. I would flip through Geometry Genius first.

  4. They are all great but not going to lie, I would love to flip through the MW Children’s Dictionary, see what is new

  5. We would read Geometry Genius first – looks interesting!

  6. I think I would love to check out History Year By Year. Loved history when I went to school.

  7. I LOVE DK books! History Year By Year looks fantastic. Thanks!

  8. History by Year has my attention! I think this is a great series and will be looking into it more!

  9. History by the year sounds interesting!

  10. I would flip through the history by year with our kiddos to refresh my memory too!!

  11. Knowledge Encyclopedia looks interesting

  12. I think I would love to flip through the Human Body book the most!

  13. The MW children’s Dictiobary sounds excellent and a great resource.

  14. I would read History Year By Year first.

  15. I’d look at history year by year first.

  16. Knowledge Encyclopedia because space and time are of great interest to her.

  17. I think my daughter would enjoy the Knowledge Encyclopedia .

  18. The Chlidren’s Dictionary

  19. Id love to browse through the
    The knowledge encyclopedia

  20. I enjoy reading about history, so my choice would be the History Year By Year book.

  21. I’d love to check out the History Year By Year, history was my favourite subject in school.

  22. The knowledge encyclopedia looks so great. My kids are always asking me why… Maybe this would help 😃

  23. I most interested to flip through the Human Body book.

  24. I would love to flip through History Year By Year first.

  25. History Year by Year

  26. Would flip through History Year By Year first, we love history!

  27. I would flip through the Knowledge Encyclopedia first as it looks so informative.

  28. I love these books. So detailed and fun. We loved the history books.

  29. History Year By Year sounds interesting 🙂 Thanks!

  30. We would like to read Geometry Genius first.

  31. children’s dictionary

  32. The Chlidren’s Dictionary

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  34. I like to flip through the knowledge Encyclopedia first

  35. I think we would first flip through History Year By Year.

  36. We would like to flip through History year by year book

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  38. History Year by Year looks really interesting!

  39. History Year by Year is on my wish list. We’ve had it out from the library a few times. It is so good! It’s definitely the one I would pick up first and over and over again!

  40. would flip through the History Year by YEar first

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