Friday, January 4, 2013

Book Review: Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by Mem Fox & Helen Oxenbury

School Age:  Infant

Developmental Skill:  Social and Emotional development is foundational to all learning and can easily be described as regulating our emotions, understanding our emotions, showing emotional attachment and working well with others.

Review:  A cute book that talks about how even though every baby is different everyone is essentially the same.  A great book for a parent to read to their little one and show how much they mean to them personally.

Activity:  Count your babies toes and fingers while you read to them.  Make sure to kiss their nose!  When changing your child, during bath time or as your dressing your child, repeat the rhyme for them to hear new sounds and the song of language.  This will be a great bonding experience and will help your child with language development.

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