Eyes Nose Toes Peekaboo
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✏Eyes Nose Toes Peekaboo Book Summary : Play peekaboo with your baby and hear them giggle in delight as hidden surprises are revealed! Read together and lift the giant flaps to reveal eyes, noses and toes; then explore the soft, shiny and bumpy textures. Is dolly hiding her shiny eyes? Where is teddy's soft nose? And who will you discover when you look in the mirror? Find them all, they're waiting to say Peekaboo! An award-winning series for babies perfect for developing imagination, early-thinking and memory skills.
📒Eyes Nose Ears Toes ✍ Parragon Books
✏Eyes Nose Ears Toes Book Summary : Whose eyes, ears, nose and toes are those? Peek through each page with your baby or toddler to find out, then meet the playful animal friends encouraging your child to find their own eyes, ears, nose or toes! Little Learners Eyes, Nose, Ears, Toes is the ideal playbook for small hands with sturdy shaped edges and peek-a-boo holes on every page.
📒Eyes Nose Ears Toes ✍ Parragon
✏Eyes Nose Ears Toes Book Summary : Little Learners Eyes, Nose, Ears, Toes is an adorable playbook with peek-a-boo holes on every page.
✏Eyes Nose Ears Toes Book Summary : EARLY LEARNING: FIRST WORD BOOKS. Whose eyes, ears, nose and toes are those? Peek through each page with your baby or toddler to find out, then meet the playful animal friends encouraging your child to find their own eyes, ears, nose or toes! Little Me Eyes, Nose, Ears, Toes is the ideal playbook for small hands with sturdy shaped edges and peek-a-boo holes on every page. Ages 0+
📒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.
📒Peekaboo Blueberry ✍ Barney Saltzberg
✏Peekaboo Blueberry Book Summary : In an adorable follow-up to Hi, Blueberry! that features an interactive surprise, little ones, by lifting the flaps, can play peekaboo with the mischievous bunny and her mouse friends.
📒Activities For Responsive Caregiving ✍ Jean Barbre
✏Activities for Responsive Caregiving Book Summary : The first three years set the stage for a lifetime of learning. This book provides more than eighty activities and experiences to optimize very young children's intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development, as well as strategies that support responsive caregiving. Jean Barbre, EdD, has thirty years of experience working with children and families as a preschool director, teacher, therapist, college instructor, national and international presenter, and guest presenter on public television.
📒Toddler Play ✍ Wendy S. Masi
✏Toddler Play Book Summary : Shows parents how to use their toddler's play as an opportunity for learning.
📒Applications Of Family And Group Theraplay ✍ Evangeline Munns
✏Applications of Family and Group Theraplay Book Summary : Applications of Family and Group Theraplay is rich in content and practical ideas guided by current research in attachment and neurobiological research. Most chapters are illustrated with a case study, including agendas from beginning, middle, and end sessions with an extensive appendix describing each activity, to help translate theory into practice. Theraplay, a research based therapeutic model that has gained increasing attention worldwide, is described in this book from its theory (based on attachment theory), research, to its underlying dimensions (structure, challenge, engagement, nurture) applied to a wide diversity of populations and formats. The book describes activities that have underlying goals of increasing parental attunement, creating a caring, accepting environment and co-regulating the child. It replicates normal parent/child interactions that are playful, physical, and fun. Applying Theraplay to a wide variety of populations (dysregulated, resistant, aggressive, impulsive, adopted, autistic, traumatized) and cultures (Aboriginals, American, Asian, German, Finnish) is included, as well as integrating Theraplay with other treatment methods. It also describes group Theraplay with father/son dyads and with troubled adolescents and offenders. This book will not only lead to a greater understanding of Theraplay, but will also stretch the reader's skills in the application of this very effective play therapy model.