Baby Faces Peekaboo
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📒Baby Faces ✍ DK
✏Baby Faces Book Summary : Look at all the baby faces with Baby Faces. Make a happy face with a smiling baby or make a sad face with a crying baby. Baby Faces is the ideal first book for your baby. Read along with your little one to introduce common expressions on sweet baby faces for your baby to look at! With crystal-clear photos, read-aloud text, and an extra-special twinkle on every page, Baby Faces engages young babies with singsong rhymes and bright, colorful pages. The Baby Sparkle series features appealing early-learning themes--bedtime, baby faces, animals, and more. Each title has six spreads, designed to attract babies in the youngest age group (0-6 months). With lots to encourage playful interaction between parent and child, including singsongy rhymes and animal noises, these stimulating first books are a joy to share, and filled with high-quality real-world baby learning.
📒Baby Faces Peekaboo ✍ Dorling Kindersley, Inc.
✏Baby Faces Peekaboo Book Summary : Along with a mirror and touch-and-feel elements, babies and toddlers can find different facial expressions waiting on the baby faces under easy-to-open flaps, making for an interactive activity for young ones to experience. On board pages.
📒Baby Faces ✍ Dawn Sirett
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📒Fisherprice Peekaboo Baby ✍ Claire Kinkaid
✏FisherPrice Peekaboo Baby Book Summary : Fisher-Price books are loved by baby and toddlers. The baby photos and bold bright illustrations will stimulate and make learning about emotions fun.
📒Peekaboo And Other Games To Play With Your Baby ✍ Shari Steelsmith
✏Peekaboo and Other Games to Play with Your Baby Book Summary : Wondering what to do with this brand-new baby? Here are hundreds of ideas for using mirrors, blocks, shaving cream--and even your own smile--to keep babies laughing and learning. Whether you're a parent or a caregiver, you'll want to help your baby make the most of those important first 18 months. Peekaboo suggests games that are just right for this stage of development, when young children are intent on exploring and figuring out their world.
📒Starting Rite ✍ Jenny Paddison
✏Starting Rite Book Summary : When Anglican priest Jenny Paddison became a mother, there were numerous activities for new parents and their babies on offer: baby yoga, baby massage, baby swimming - but nothing from the church. In response, she created this five session programme that connects with the immense sense of wonder and joy that new parents experience and provides spiritual nurture from the outset, recognising the innate capacity for spirituality with which we are born. Starting Rite is designed specifically for babies up to a year old and their parents. It provides a complete practical companion to offering the programme locally, including story scripts, simple songs, ideas for multi-sensory play, as well as lists of equipment needed and how to create a welcoming atmosphere. It explores Christian themes though activities like peek-a-boo, blowing bubbles and splashing in water. Starting Rite enables local churches to offer a welcome to all new parents, and can also be used as a baptism preparation course.
📒Fisher Price Peekaboo Baby ✍ Claire Kinkaid
✏Fisher Price Peekaboo Baby Book Summary : You and your baby will enjoy lifting the flaps and playing peekaboo together while learning about emotions. Peekaboo!
📒Baby Play And Learn ✍ Penny Warner
✏Baby Play and Learn Book Summary : Baby Play & Learn was created by child-development expert Penny Warner who offers 160 ideas for games and activities that provide hours of developmental learning opportunities. It includes bulleted lists of skills babies learn through play, step-by-step instructions for each game and activity, and illustrations that demonstrate how to play many of the games. A child's most rapid period of growth and development takes place during the first three years. That's why child development expert Penny Warner offers 160 age-appropriate ideas for games and activities that will provide hours of developmental learning opportunities and rewards for babies. For each game and activity, Baby Play & Learn includes a bulleted list of skills the baby learns through play, step-by-step instructions, a detailed list of easy-to-find materials, variations for added fun and enhanced learning, safety tips, and illustrations demonstrating “how to play.” Baby Play & Learn is designed to help children reach their full potential and have a good time along the way. It is a quick and easy reference guide full of new ideas for busy parents.
📒Baby S First Skills ✍ Miriam Stoppard
✏Baby s First Skills Book Summary : Perfect for busy parents or caregivers, this revised edition of Baby''s First Skills provides the necessary tools to help babies, through the age of 12 months, develop a wide range of early learning skills. Creative play and activities such as building and clapping games, sand play, matching and sorting, lullabies, puppet play and bath-time fun, help ensure healthy mental development and speech, coordination, movement, and social skills.
📒Early Childhood Curriculum ✍ Betty Sue Hanks
✏Early Childhood Curriculum Book Summary : Early Childhood Curriculum 5 Early Childhood Curriculum The Early Childhood Curriculum book consists of sequential developmental skills and activities. Each age group (0-6 months) and (6-12 months) contains a theme with different activities for the infant, and the units follow these themes. This curriculum is arranged and organized to ensure that cognitive, physical, emotional, language and social areas are addressed. Activities are developmentally appropriate, so that the children can receive the best possible stimulation. This book contains lessons, ideas, and activities that any person would be able to use. People, including parents, presenters, school administrators, graduate students, staff members in childcare laboratories, and early childhood teachers, are all individuals that could benefit from using this curriculum. This curriculum contains units and ideas that are simple and easy to understand, so that readers, parents and teachers, can use it on a daily basis, both in the classroom and at home. It is functional and pleasing to the eye, and it covers quality, not just quantity. This curriculum is also unique because it is user friendly. The simplicity is convenient for our readers' and professionals' busy schedules. Parents and professionals rarely have the time or luxury of uninterrupted periods to sit, read, and search through and pull out the information that is needed. This simplified version gives them that opportunity. The latest research shows that between birth to three years of age is the time when a child's mental capacity is the greatest. Research illustrates that if positive and appropriate stimulation of a child's mind is provided, the child will become a better-rounded individual. Recent research also supports the link between literacy and school success; literacy refers to reading and writing skills, and building oral language skills, such as listening and speaking. Childcare providers can foster the development of literacy in children. Strategies used to develop reading and writing include: listening to stories, reading stories, talking and listening to children, playing sound games, saying nursery rhymes, singing songs, singing and saying words that rhyme, using phonetic sounds, exploring rhythms, scribbling, and verbally labeling objects and events. Caregivers and parents can use seasonal songs, rhymes and stories throughout the year. Also, choose and use age appropriate toys, songs, rhymes, and books that go along with the themes and units in the curriculum. The appropriate books to use with infants are board books and plastic books with real photos that can be seen easily. Coming Fall 2003: "The Early Childhood Curriculum Resource Book” by Betty Hanks.