Friday, December 14, 2012

Book Review: Rabbit's Pajama Party

"At Rabbit's pajama party everyone is eating pizza, telling scary stories, and curling up in their sleeping bags. And what these friends do first, next,and last demonstrates the math concepts of sequencing -- the logical order of events."
This fun book written by Stuart J. Murphy and filled with delightful illustrations by Frank Remkiewicz will be both educational and fun for your child to read.
School age: Preschool to second grade
Developmental skill: Sequencing is a math-emergent skill, putting things together in a natural order, helping with foundational math and science skills.
Activity: Help your child understand sequencing by practicing placing things in their natural order. Using the picture listed on the link (or whatever pictures you come up with yourself), put the cards in order. What happens first? What happens last?

Visit: kbyutv.org/kidsandfamily/readytolearn. Click on "Benefits of Media" and go to pages 14 and 15.

1 comment: