By Linda Davick, Janet Schulman
It's Valentine's Day and the ten little acquaintances during this e-book are busy making Valentines for his or her closest friends.
A dinosaur card, thinks little Pete,
My buddy Max could locate quite neat.
Will every body get a Valentine on the tremendous Valentine's Day occasion? you could anticipate it!
With its enjoyable counting point, bouncy textual content, and lovely illustrations, this ebook is definitely the right present for younger lovebugs.
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Seeing similarities On the other hand, seeing similarities brings things together. A child might look at an apple and an orange and say they are both fruit. Children see similarities in terms of colour, size, shape and then purpose (a saucepan, mixer and spoon are all kitchen implements). Classifying Seeing similarities enables children to classify objects and concepts in different ways, such as foodstuffs into fruit and vegetables, flowers according to colour. Classifications become increasingly sophisticated and open to debate.
It is also critical for the development of their understanding of mathematics. 59 60 STEPPING OUT Reversibility Children look at how objects can be transformed by an action and whether or not the action is reversible. For example, in the conservation tasks described above, they learn that the five coins can be placed back into the original position and the number of coins has not actually changed. Addition can be reversed by subtraction, multiplication by division. Water can be frozen to make ice and then warmed up to become water again.
You can borrow toys relatively cheaply from your local branch of the National Association of Toy and Leisure Libraries (see Chapter 12 for contact details) and you can borrow books from libraries and from school. Alternatively, you could try exchanging toys with friends. HOW TO GO ABOUT TACKLING NEW SKILLS If you decide you want to help your child learn a new skill like dressing herself, toileting or kicking a ball, make sure she is ready for it. If she is not you will be wasting your time and you’ll get very frustrated into the bargain.