Friday, May 3, 2013

Book Review: Bubble Bubble by Sesame Street Workshop

"Reading to your child helps them become ready to start and stay in school. The fun doesn't have to stop when the reading is done! There are many skills that can be initiated from reading a book. To build upon these skills, use activities to reinforce the learning." 
 School age: Infant

Developmental Skill: Gross Motor skills target the large muscle groups such as arms, legs and torso. Develop these skills by jumping, throwing, running and kicking.

Activity: Have your child touch his/her body parts that they mention in the story. Make your own bubbles and have your child learn to blow through the wand, then have your them chase the bubbles. If it is a cold day use the bathtub as a place to blow bubbles.

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