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A multi-cultural group of toddlers expresses their feelings through engaging photographs. Each will help families learn to use words to express both positive and negative feelings. Learning to use one's words can head off frustration, tantrums and power struggles.
Adorable, irresistible dogs, puppies and kittens help preschoolers learn about opposites. Understanding opposites is a core preschool subject. It helps children learn about the world around them and start to develop early cognitive thinking skills.
Word, word, words. It is critical for babies to hear lots of words to develop language skills. This book on body parts makes it easy and fun for parents to play, tickle and tease babies while naming body parts.
Demystify school and help preschoolers get ready for this milestone. Sweet characters show kids all parts of the school day adventure… meeting new friends, learning, making music and art, and playing outside.
Make staying active easy with 16 pages of concrete ideas for physical activity. Photos show children jumping, playing outside, kicking a ball, dancing, climbing, and running. This children's book can help families make physical activity part of their everyday routine.
Photographs of everyday objects help toddler learn the core preschool concept of shapes. Children observe and categorize what they see by shapes and colors, so this is a foundation for continued learning.
Photos of happy active children engaged in healthy behaviors and fun rhyming text make children want to emulate healthy habits. The book reminds parents and children of the daily activities that make up a healthy lifestyle. Eating, personal hygiene, playing, reading, and buckling up in the car all play a role in everyday health and welfare.
Photographs of children in their daily routines give families concrete ideas of the routines that should be included in their daily life. Predictable routines provide security and emotional stability to young children. They can help to reduce power struggle and guide positive behavior.