Latest Reviews:I am very frustrated. As the parent of a 12 month old showing early signs of being on the spectrum (as well as a 2 year old who definitely was until a lot of therapy) - I thought ESDM was the answer to all my prayers. An integrative model combining the formality of ABA with the Relationship based ......[Read More]
The social norms indoctrination series continues on, this offering teaching acceptable and unacceptable uses for the nose. Balancing treats on a dog's nose or smelling lotion? Great. Spreading disease? Not so great.
Latest Reviews:I'm not sure how I managed to spend ten years as a daycare teacher (and now three years as a mom) without having any Mole Sisters books. They're lovely! This one, originally published in 2001, has been published as an ebook by Open Road. I'm not sure what kinds of devices people typically read child......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:I am already SO tired of this book! My grandson (a week away from turning two) has me read this book to him over, and over, and over.... He LOVES it and thinks it is so funny. We always read books before he takes a nap. Yesterday was the FIRST time he has asked for a book AFTER he woke up from hi......[Read More]
Latest Reviews:This is a great book. I took all the pages out of the book, put them in plastic page protectors and put them in a binder. This way if I need to make copies of anything, I can do so easily.[Read More]
Latest Reviews:I bought this for an early childhood classroom. It is more a collection of rhymes & songs than actual teaching ideas. It would be better if a CD of tunes had been included. (There are some teaching ideas included, but really the bulk of this is lyrics.)[Read More]
Book Introduction:An introductory exposure to programming for toddlers that is as much fun for parents as it is for kids. Follow the protagonist, L, on her whimsical alphabetical programming adventure. L begins as an empty list, appends a boolean friend, and continues to adapt herself and come to understand her sur......[Read More]
Book Introduction:A lovely book for toddlers, this book is full of 16 different types of horses and is designed to encourage girls to read. It is a lovely book to share with little ones and is a simple book with appealing photos of horses. Targeted at 2-5 year old girls.The book has been written in response to parent......[Read More]
Book Introduction:The sweetest things surround your little girl's life: hearts and flowers, kittens and puppies, umbrellas and tea parties, kisses and hugs. But the sweetest thing of all in her life is God's love. The Sweetest Story Bible for Toddlers includes eight beloved Bible stories that show how much God loves ......[Read More]
Book Introduction:This practical handbook offers treatment guidelines to address the behavioural and mental health problems of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers whose most intimate relationships are disrupted by the experience of violence. Practitioners from a variety of disciplines will gain an understanding of th......[Read More]
This one is cute too- but it's not really about going to the potty as much as what it means to be potty trained once you have it all down. But it's a cute book that has matching and counting etc.. also and Finley loves Elmo so it's not a bad one either.
I can't tell you how many times I've read this with our toddler, and it's great except for one thing: it completely skips Easter. Not a mention. We skip from Jesus healing the blind beggar straight to the Ascension. I'm very glad I've got a separate book for the Easter s......[Read More]