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Featuring over 20 fabrics and textures, each page has a tactile centre-piece surrounded by images for children to name.Touch the fabrics and look at the pictures for a great introduction to colours.
Features interactive flash cards that reinforce learning of early language skills through touch. On board pages.
Give your toddler a head start with 16 colorful picture cards, expertly designed to develop early language skills.
Bicycle, fire engine, helicopter - give your toddler a head start, share the 16 picture cards and encourage them to recognise and begin to read words for the first time. There are ideas for talking points on the back of each card and a Parent Guide packed with creative games to share, making learning even more fun.
- Author : Kathy Etringer
- Publisher : Lorenz Educational Press
- Release Date : 2007-09-01
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 128
- ISBN : 9781573105361
Use favorite read-alouds to kick off hands-on activities that teach basic colors and shapes. Each developmentally appropriate lesson includes clear, easy-to-follow instructions for reading about, talking about and creating artwork that is all about these fundamentals of early childhood learning. Bonus section features simple scissor skills activities. Award certificates included too!
These touch-and-feel cards introduce toddlers to the world of the Bible with images taken from its best-loved stories. Featuring such pictures as Moses in the basket and the star of Bethlehem, the cards help preschoolers develop language skills. Full color. 16 cards. Pkg.
First 50 Words contains twenty-six giant shaped flashcards designed to help children recognize and learn a variety of essential first words in preparation for reading success. One side of the flashcards has a picture, while the other side has the written word. By sharing the flashcards with an adult, children are encouraged to sound out the simple words, developing their awareness of letter sounds, increasing their vocabulary, and promoting their reading skills. With fun, colorful images and clear word labels, children will be introduced to first words from key first-concept topics, including colors, shapes, animals, and vehicles. The flashcards are perfect for little hands to hold, and are shaped to allow clear distinctions for adults and children between the different first-concept topics. Scholastic Early Learners: Interactive books for hands-on learning. Perfect for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and first graders, too!
“The action is non-stop and full of surprises” in this “entertaining mystery” when a spa weekend in Hot Springs, Arkansas, is marred with murder (Publishers Weekly). Leaving a bad boyfriend behind in New Orleans, crime reporter and amateur sleuth Samantha Adams heads to Hot Springs, Arkansas, to celebrate the engagement of her old friend Jinx Watson, who also just won the Texas lottery. Sam is hoping a girls’ weekend of posh spa treatments will help wash her ex out of her hair, but Jinx’s run of good luck comes up short when her friend Olivia is a no-show—and her fiancé, Speed McKay, disappears. A former call girl, Olivia now lives an upstanding life as a local diner owner. But could her disappearance have something to do with her son’s recent arrest? As for Speed, the more Sam looks into his life, the less he seems to be who he claims. And when Sam and Jinx realize they’re up against a kidnapper demanding a million-dollar ransom, Sam’s weekend away from her relationship problems might put her in the arms of a killer. “A high, wide, and handsome romp—occasionally tinged by melancholy—through a regional subculture brought to vivid life by an author who dares more and gets better with each outing.” —Kirkus Reviews
A first words book separated into themes. The Alphaprints artwork makes this early learning book refreshingly different. Each fingerprint is embossed, making this book both a visual and tactile experience that babies and toddlers will want to repeat.
Introduce your baby to farm animals with this touch and feel baby board book. Tickle and stroke each tactile texture together with your baby and watch them discover their favourite farm friends, from a velvety cow, a woolly sheep, to a fluffy chick, and more. Covering early learning concepts such as colours, shapes and patterns, Baby Touch and Feel Farm Animals is perfect for encouraging tiny fingers to explore and young minds to develop, while its sturdy pages with rounded corners make it a book that will last for years of reading fun.
Imagine with me. If you will, you are a child in an abusive family situation. Late one night, you are called down from your bed and beat terribly. The beating was not the first time and, more than likely, not the last. The abuser sends you back to your bed with a broken and bruised body and spirit. Looking forward to what life holds for you, you see a grim future and nothing good happening. You have finally climbed those fifteen steps, reached your bed, lay down, and suffered. Then out of the attic walk these creatures. You are not sure what or who they are, but they are the same shape as you. They are all white, have hands, feet, eyes, mouth, and nose. They are no taller than you. What would you call them? Me, I call them my Little White People. Now, this is not the first time they have come out to visit. And like any child, when they walk toward the bed, you cover up your head. But this time you are not afraid. When they come over, you have decided to touch and walk with them. Somehow, they take your pain away just because you decided to join them. Imagine now being gently pushed toward the attic door. Somehow one of the Little White People transforms the door, which leads to...? You are not sure, but you are willing to take a step, hoping for something better. Imagine what might be if only a little boy reached out to touch a finger.