When Jake and Jessie Judd visit the dentist, he checks their teeth and cleans them, fills in Jake's cavity, and tells them to take care of their teeth by eating healthy foods and brushing their teeth properly.
In "Your Child's Teeth," health writers Evelina Weidman Sterling and Angie Best-Boss team up with pediatric dentists and oral health experts to answer parents' many questions about children's teeth. Topics include: - how thumb sucking and pacifiers affect teeth, how to brush your young children's teeth, how to calm a child who is afraid of the dentist, how to help special needs children get proper dental care, how medical problems affect teeth, how fluoride rinses and dental sealants work, how a root canal is done, and how to make the orthodontia decision.
Good Practice to Support Young Children and Their Families
Author: Jennie Lindon
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA
Child Care and Early Education has been written as a course companion to all major level 3 childcare qualifications including the CACHE Diploma in Early Years Care and Education, S/NVQ Early Years Care and Education and BTEC National in Early Years. Written from a more practical angle than existing childcare texts, Child Care and Early Education successfully covers the theory associated with all aspects of care and education for the under eights. Suitable for use as a course textbook with a supervisor, college tutor or NVQ assessor, Child Care and Early Education will also be valuable for practitioners who want to extend their own practice. It offers advice on building your own portfolio, learning to use resources and continued professional development. Written in an accessible and lively style, Child Care and Early Education is up to date on current childcare practice. It offers support, information and practical suggestions for practitioners in all types of early years and out of school care settings and also for readers working in a family home as nannies and childminders. Highly successful and established author Jennie Lindon offers different perspectives on some challenging issues often omitted from childcare texts.
(16 pages + 2 sticker pages) A colorful and fun approach designed to introduce young children to unfamiliar situations in an amusing and friendly way. Over 50 stickers and I found the duck! reward stickers.
HEALTH, SAFETY, AND NUTRITION FOR THE YOUNG CHILD, 9th Edition, covers contemporary health, safety, and nutrition needs of infant through school-age children--and guides teachers in implementing effective classroom practices--in one comprehensive, full-color volume. Concepts are backed by the latest research findings and linked to NAEYC standards. The book emphasizes the importance of respecting and partnering with families to help children establish healthy lifestyles and achieve their learning potential. Early childhood educators, professionals, and families will find the latest research and information on many topics of significant concern, including food safety, emergency and disaster preparedness, childhood obesity, children's mental health, bullying, resilience, chronic and acute health conditions, environmental quality, and children with special medical needs. Also provided are easy-to-access checklists, guidelines, and activities that no early childhood student or professional should be without. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
FIRST EXPERIENCES. This is a bright new edition of this complete collection of "First Experiences", introducing young children to situations they might find themselves in for the first time. It features Stephen Cartwright's gently humorous illustrations, bursting with things for children to look at, learn from and talk about. It features simple text that enables slightly older children to read the stories for themselves. The nine stories included in this collection are also available separately. Ages 2+..
A creative play and story guide for parents, grandparents and carers of preschool children
Author: Anna Mallett; Margaret Mallett
Category: Family & Relationships
If you find yourself looking after a preschool child for the first time, or after a gap of some years, you will welcome this book. It explains how to encourage children’s sense of wonder by adopting a creative approach to a variety of activities both in and out of doors. Some need little or no preparation, and there is help with simple preparations for others. What Shall We Do Next? shows how sharing books can enrich many practical activities. A special feature is the inclusion of early fact books as well as stories. There are suggestions for the following: • Music and water play for babies and for making dens, secret drawers and “cafés” for preschoolers • Organizing exciting visits to beaches, parks and gardens • Preparing for interesting visits to museums, train stations and zoos • Developing the inner world of the imagination—reading and listening to stories and poems, engaging in role play • Cooking, drawing, painting and dressing up • Choosing early fact books, stories and rhymes and guidance on audio resources, television programmes and DVDs ‘‘The ideal resource for those times when children are bouncing with energy or becoming bored. They’ll soon be absorbed in these exciting activities.” —Hannah Edmunds, former teacher and chair of school governors, now organizer of story times for groups of young children
Mensch oder Monster? Lerne das Wesen kennen, das vor über 500 Jahren in einer Flasche geboren wurde! Welche Geheimnisse hütet dieses seltsame, fürchterliche Wesen? Lies nach und finde es heraus, zusammen mit den zwei tapferen Helden Kassandra und Max Ernest. Aber Vorsicht: Dies ist ein sehr gefährliches Buch!
Publisher: Ravensburger Buchverlag Otto Maier GmbH
Category: Juvenile Fiction
ÜBER DIE SCHÖNHEIT DER NACHT "Es kann einfach nicht sein, dass du Angst hast vor der Dunkelheit", sagte seine Mama. "Eulen haben nie Angst vor der Dunkelheit." "Ich schon", sagt Platsch. "Eulen sind doch Nachtvögel", sagte sie. Platsch sah auf seine Zehen. "Ich will kein Nachtvogel sein", brummelte er. "Ich will ein Tagvogel sein". Dass ausgerechnet eine Eule Angst vor der Dunkelheit hat, ist wirklich sehr ungewöhnlich. Mama Schleiereule schickt deshalb ihren nachtscheuen Sohn aus dem Nest, um andere zu fragen, warum sie die Nacht lieben. Doch werden deren verlockende Geschichten über die Dunkelheit den kleinen Platsch überzeugen können? Eine liebevoll illustrierte Tiergeschichte mit wundervoller Botschaft