Baby Einstein: 12 Board Books

Author: Pi Kids

Publisher: p i kids

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

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Learn about letters, numbers, animals, colors, and more with your Baby Einstein friends! This take-along 12-book library comes in a carrying case with a plastic handle for easy transport and storage. Just-my-size pages are perfect for little hands and help lead to a lifelong love of reading. Share hours of early learning fun with your little one!

Disney Baby Einstein

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Category: Board books

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12 sturdy board books feature shapes, colors, animals, music, and more!

Baby Einstein My First Library

Author: Baby Einstein, LLC

Publisher: Phoenix

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 120

View: 402

Learn about numbers, colors, animals, and more with the characters from Baby Einstein! This take-along library comes in a carrying case with a plastic handle for easy transport and storage. Just-my-size pages are perfect for little hands and help lead to a lifelong love of reading. Share hours of early learning fun with your little one!

Baby Einstein: My First Smart Pad Library: Electronic Activity Pad and 8-Book Library

Author: Pi Kids

Publisher: Pi Kids

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

View: 594

Learn and play with this interactive set designed specially for little ones! The set includes 8 books filled with beloved Baby Einstein friends plus a double-sided Smart Pad with 51 big, bright buttons. Read along in the books and press the Pad's buttons to explore early learning activities that introduce the alphabet, colors, opposites, animals, and more.

Baby Einstein (tm) My First Smart Pad(tm) Library

Electronic Activity Pad and 8-Book Library

Author: Erin Rose Wage

Publisher: P I Kids

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Page: 192

View: 786

Learn and play with this interactive set designed specially for little ones! 8 books filled with Baby Einstein friends come with a double-sided Smart Pad featuring 51 big, bright buttons. Read along in the books and press the Pad's buttons to explore early learning activities introducing the alphabet, spelling, shapes, music, colors, and animals.

100 Ways in 100 Days to Teach Your Baby Maths

Support All Areas of Your Baby’s Development by Nurturing a Love of Maths

Author: Emma Smith

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 376

View: 851

100 Ways in 100 Days to Teach Your Baby Maths appeals to new parents looking for cheap, simple activities to improve their baby’s academic start in life but also raises important questions, such as why is there such large differences in maths ability between different countries?

Popular Music and Parenting

Author: Shelley Brunt

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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Category: Music

Page: 154

View: 725

Popular Music and Parenting explores the culture of popular music as a shared experience between parents, carers and young children. Offering a critical overview of this topic from a popular music studies perspective, this book expands our assumptions about how young audiences and caregivers engage with music together. Using both case studies and wider analysis, the authors examine music listening and participation between children and parents in both domestic and public settings, ranging across children's music media, digital streaming, live concerts, formal and informal popular music education, music merchandising and song lyrics. Placing young children’s musical engagement in the context of the music industry, changing media technologies, and popular culture, Popular Music and Parenting paints a richly interdisciplinary picture of the intersection of popular music with the parent–child relationship.

Born Reading

Bringing Up Bookworms in a Digital Age -- From Picture Books to eBooks and Everything in Between

Author: Jason Boog

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

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Category: Psychology

Page: 336

View: 308

A program for parents and professionals on how to raise kids who love to read, featuring interviews with childhood development experts, advice from librarians, tips from authors and children’s book publishers, and reading recommendations for kids from birth up to age five. Every parent wants to give his or her child a competitive advantage. In Born Reading, publishing insider (and new dad) Jason Boog explains how that can be as simple as opening a book. Studies have shown that interactive reading—a method that creates dialogue as you read together—can raise a child’s IQ by more than six points. In fact, interactive reading can have just as much of a determining factor on a child’s IQ as vitamins and a healthy diet. But there’s no book that takes the cutting-edge research on interactive reading and shows parents, teachers, and librarians how to apply it to their day-to-day lives with kids, until now. Born Reading provides step-by-step instructions on interactive reading and advice for developing your child’s interest in books from the time they are born. Boog has done the research, talked with the leading experts in child development, and worked with them to compile the “Born Reading Essential Books” lists, offering specific titles tailored to the interests and passions of kids from birth to age five. But reading can take many forms—print books as well as ebooks and apps—and Born Reading also includes tips on how to use technology the right way to help (not hinder) your child’s intellectual development. Parents will find advice on which educational apps best supplement their child’s development, when to start introducing digital reading to their child, and how to use tech to help create the readers of tomorrow. Born Reading will show anyone who loves kids how to make sure the children they care about are building a powerful foundation in literacy from the beginning of life.

An Early Start for Your Child with Autism

Using Everyday Activities to Help Kids Connect, Communicate, and Learn

Author: Sally J. Rogers

Publisher: Guilford Press

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Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 342

View: 499

Presents strategies for helping children with autism interact with others and achieve their potential, covering such areas as back-and-forth interactions, nonverbal communication, and imitation.

Resourcing Early Learners

New Networks, New Actors

Author: Sue Nichols

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: Education

Page: 193

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The landscape of early childhood education and care is changing. Governments world-wide are assuming increasing authority in relation to child-rearing in the years before school entry, beyond the traditional role in assisting parents to do the best they can by their children. As part of a social agenda aimed at forming citizens well prepared to play an active part in a globalised knowledge economy, the idea of ‘early learning’ expresses the necessity of engaging caregivers right from the start of children’s lives. Nichols, Rowsell, Rainbird, and Nixon investigate this trend over three years, in two countries, and three contrasting regions, by setting themselves the task of tracing every service and agent offering resources under the banner of early learning. Far from a dry catalogue, the study involves in-depth ethnographic research in fascinating spaces such as a church-run centre for African refugee women and children, a state-of-the-art community library and an Australian country town. Included is an unprecedented inventory of an entire suburban mall. Richly visually documented, the study employs emerging methods such as Google-mapping to trace the travels of actual parents as they search for particular resources. Each chapter features a context investigated in this large, international study: the library, the mall, the clinic, and the church. The author team unravels new spaces and new networks at work in early childhood literacy and development.