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Friday, January 18, 2013

Book Review: What's Up, Duck? A Book of Opposites

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School age: Preschool

Developmental Skills: Cognitive and reasoning skills are important in all areas of development. This helps children to think independently, increases vocabulary and builds self-confidence as they solve problems.

Review: The illustrations are colorful and fun that enhances learning of what opposites are demonstrated in this book.

Activity: Board books are great for a child to begin reading! With the fun animal illustrations you can help your child learn 'opposites'. When reading the book, make sure to emphasize the actions so your child understands what the words and actions mean. Try listing a word and see if your child can name opposite. "Up,      " "Hot,       ". This will greatly increase your child's vocabulary.

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