Two Babies Big book literacy pack (Cambridge Reading)
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Two Babies Big book literacy pack (Cambridge Reading)

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English


  • English language readers,
  • English,
  • Education,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Reading,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / Reading,
  • Designed / suitable for National Curriculum,
  • For National Curriculum Key Stage 1

Book details:

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ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7750094M
ISBN 100521649382
ISBN 109780521649384

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The Little Big Book Club encourages parents,carers and early childhood professionals to read to children from birth to provide a strong foundation for literacy and a lifelong love of books and reading. Reading a book with mom or dad before bed can serve as a great wind-down for active toddlers. Toddlers love to explore (and sometimes chew!) books with vivid pictures and colorful illustrations. Many toddler titles are not strictly educational books, but are all about the interactive experience, such as lift-the-flap and touch-and-feel books. Engage Literacy is a comprehensive literacy program (K-3) that can be used with an individual, small-group and/or whole class focus. The core elements of a balanced literacy program have been covered, i.e. written language (reading and writing) and oral language (speaking and listening.). Babies learn to look in the direction of your pointing finger as you exclaim with interest, "Look, the mama doggy is nursing her puppies!" Sharing books this way increases a baby's ability to cooperate in a joint activity. Toward the end of their first year, snuggle with babies as you sit on the floor and share a favorite picture book.