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📒Baby Faces ✍ Dawn Sirett
✏Baby Faces Book Summary : Invites readers to lift flaps with stuffed animals on them to find the baby hiding beneath it and guess which facial expression each baby is making. On board pages.
📒Baby Faces Peekaboo ✍ Dawn Sirett
✏Baby Faces Peekaboo Book Summary : "All kinds of baby faces appear under the flaps of this book. Happy babies, sad babies, and many others are all waiting to say hello to your baby."--Publisher's description.
📒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!
📒The Activity Kit For Babies And Toddlers At Risk ✍ Deborah Fein
✏The Activity Kit for Babies and Toddlers at Risk Book Summary : Suspecting that your baby or toddler may have autism spectrum disorder or another developmental delay can be scary and overwhelming. But there is a lot you can do to help, even while waiting for an evaluation or early intervention. With the right tools, everyday tasks can be terrific opportunities for building critical social and communication skills. Start at the kitchen table, bathtub, or shopping cart! In this easy-to-navigate guide, leading experts present more than 100 games and activities designed to support development in children from birth to age 3. Your child's daily routines are transformed into learning opportunities that promote crucial abilities, like how to imitate others or use simple hand gestures to convey wants and needs. As a parent, you are the most important person in your child's life. Now you can be the best teacher, too. Winner (First Place)--American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Award, Child Health Category
📒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.
📒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.
📒Stories On The Move ✍ Arlene Cohen
✏Stories on the Move Book Summary : Energize your story time, and get children of all ages actively involved in learning with dozens of interactive, ready-to-use, age-appropriate activities.
📒Peek A Boo Baby Scholastic Early Learners ✍ Scholastic
✏Peek A Boo Baby Scholastic Early Learners Book Summary : In Peek-a-Boo! Baby!, vivid photography of adorable baby faces matched with large lift-the-flaps make for an engaging first book that's tons of fun for babies and their parents! Part of a new baby faces line, these sturdy, small board books are just-right for curious little ones fascinated by other babies. By turning the page and lifting the sturdy flaps, babies can observe the faces of a range of different children as they play a game of peek-a-boo! There are bright pictures and simple labels throughout the book, which teaches emotions and other first words while reinforcing children's awareness of the expressive faces around them. With rounded corners, irresistible lift-the-flaps, and bouncy rhyming text, this lightweight book is easy to handle and promotes language development and develops hand-eye coordination. From Scholastic Early Learners THE name in early learning!
✏Peekaboo Hugs Book Summary : Baby loves soft, cuddly hugs. Explore the big fold-out flaps to find snuggly toys hidden beneath.
📒Parent Child Play ✍ Kevin B. MacDonald
✏Parent Child Play Book Summary : This book provides the latest research and theory in the area of children s play with their parents. It includes discussions of the basic processes involved in parent-child play, parent-child play in atypical populations of children, and parent-child play in cross-cultural perspective. An opening section on basic processes provides a general background on the mechanisms involved in play and provides a foundation for the rest of the book. The section on atypical populations focuses on parent-child play among clinical populations, including Down syndrome children, premature children, hyperactive children, and economically distressed families and families with depressed parents. It expands the context of the populations data described in the first section and provides some additional insight into mechanisms. Finally, the book describes some of the enormous cross-cultural variations in play behavior."