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Mealtime

Author : Dawn Sirett
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This title introduces your baby to mealtimes with touch and feel textures. Get to know how food feels with "Baby Touch and Feel Mealtime", let them touch and learn about the shiny apple, a boiled egg in a sparkly egg cup and watch out; sticky jam on toast! It encourages your baby to learn early concepts such as colours, shapes and patterns as they turn each page. This chunky package is perfect for encouraging tiny fingers to explore and young minds to develop.

Bright Baby Touch and Feel Mealtime

Author : Roger Priddy
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Presents textured pictures of familiar foods and utensils, along with the word for each item. On board pages.

Mealtime

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-Enchanting touch-and-feel first words and picture books for babies and toddlers-Pages feature bright engaging images with different touch and feel textures which little fingers will love to explore-Multi-sensory books which will stimulate developing senses, and encourage children to look, touch and listen

Baby s Touch and feel Book

Author : Claire Belmont
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With padded covers; simple, labeled images; and an amazing range of novelty textures, this colorful series will get babies excited about books as they learn about the world around them.

Raise a Smarter Child by Kindergarten

Author : David Perlmutter, M.D.
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Nature didn’t finish your child’s brain at birth. It’s up to you to maximize your child’s mental skills without causing additional stress. Acclaimed neurologist and bestselling author of Grain Brain, David Perlmutter, MD, offers these valuable tools: Simple games to reinforce memory pathways in the brain Information on common household products and children’s toys that contain brain-damaging neurotoxins The right foods and supplements to boost intelligence and turn on your child’s smart genes How to turn the television, the computer, and video games into educational tools Proven ways to reduce the risk of your child developing ADD and ADHD Between birth and age five, your child has up to thirty IQ points at stake. Scientists now know that the human brain is undergoing a constant and dramatic transformation in the first years of life. During this peak time of development, every activity and experience leaves an indelible mark on your baby’s brain, for better or worse. The right kind of stimulation and nutrition will create connections in the brain that promote intelligence and raise IQ. The wrong kinds of activities and foods can stifle intellectual development, destroy brain cells, and leave your child more vulnerable to learning or behavior problems down the road. So, what can you do during the first five years to ensure that your child is primed to excel? The good news is that raising a smarter child is easier than you think. It doesn’t require making an investment in expensive equipment or high priced tutors. It’s as simple as playing the right games, serving the right foods, and maintaining a brain-enhancing environment in your home by eliminating common household toxins. In Raise a Smarter Child by Kindergarten by Dr. David Perlmutter, you’ll learn easy and highly effective strategies that can vastly improve your child’s brain power and reduce his or her chances of developing ADD and ADHD. For example, you can: Stimulate Memory: Changing a component on the over-the-crib mobile every week makes the baby compare what was there before to what’s there now, reinforcing memory pathways in the brain that are critical for learning. Spread out those shots: Schedule more frequent trips to the pediatrician for vaccinations, so that fewer shots are administered at once. Flooding the immune system with a cocktail of different vaccines can damage the nervous system. Get rid of toxins: Protecting a child from neurotoxins found in foods, toys and even baby bottles can help preserve precious IQ points. Inside, Dr. Perlmutter provides a scientifically backed food and supplement plan for children and nursing mothers and details the many brain-building activities that you can do with your child. In addition, he reveals the numerous toys and household products that contain harmful, brain-damaging toxins and shows how to identify and combat common childhood problems like ADD and food allergies that may affect your child’s development. Your job over the first five years is to help your child build the best brain possible. With Dr. Perlmutter’s help, you can mine the countless opportunities you have each day to make your child smarter, happier and better prepared to excel.

Mealtime and Bedtime Sing Sign

Author : Anne Meeker-Miller
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Finally, a way to ease the most challenging times of day with baby. Since signed gestures enable babies to “tell” caregivers what they want and need before they can talk, mealtime and bedtime are occasions when signing can really come in handy. Based on Dr. Miller's popular workshops, Mealtime and Bedtime Sing & Sign is a user-friendly guide featuring over 200 signs with photos, instructions, and activities. An all-new, 12-song CD with upbeat music followed by calm lullabies teaches and reinforces key signs.

The Toddler Brain

Author : Laura A. Jana
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What if, despite the best of intentions, we are raising our children to succeed in a world that no longer exists? The Toddler Brain helps parents recognize the connection that exists between their own parenting behaviors and their child's ability to acquire valuable twenty-first-century skills. Dr. Laura A. Jana draws on studies and stories from pediatrics, neuroscience, social science, and childcare, as well as the world of business and innovation to show parents how to equip their children with seven key skills. Dr. Jana explores the importance of play and curiosity, imagination and empathy, and strategically strengthening children's neural connections in their first five years.

Mealtime

Author : Roger Priddy
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Depicts familiar foods and mealtime activities.

Anxious Eaters Anxious Mealtimes

Author : Marsha Dunn Klein OTR/L MEd FAOTA
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How can grasshoppers help parents and feeding professionals teach anxious eaters about new foods? Marsha Dunn Klein, an internationally-known feeding therapist, provides the answer in this book—highlighting that most anxious eaters do not enjoy the sensations and varibility of new foods. In seeking to help them, she asks what you’d need to do to help yourself try a worrisome new food, such as a grasshopper. Drawing on her own experience trying grasshoppers while learning Spanish in Mexico, she personalizes the struggle of children to find new food enjoyment, providing a goldmine of practical, proven, and compassionate strategies for parents and professionals who work with anxious eaters. Learn how to: • find peace and enjoyment during mealtimes; • find ways to help anxious eaters fearlessly try new foods; • navigate the sensory variations in food smells, tastes, textures looks, sounds: and • help anxious eaters (and their parents) develop a more positive relationship with food. Because parents are absolutely central to mealtime success, the author incorporates parent insights throughout the book. Using encouragement, novelty, and fun, she invites everyone back to the table with a sensitive and pressure-free approach.

Baby Day

Author : Roger Priddy
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New series of board book packs for babies and toddlersEach pack contains four chunky, mini board books, which little hands will love to holdEssential first concepts, familiar events in baby's day, first animals and the seasons are introduced in a colourful and accessible way to inspire and capture children's interestIdeal gift purchases

Early Years Non Fiction

Author : Margaret Mallett
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This lively and informative text examines children's first experience of non-fiction during the pre-school and foundation years. Its careful consideration of different kinds of quality non-fiction, including books, posters, charts and computer software will provide a helpful framework from which early years teachers can work. Annotated lists, notes, and suggestions for further reading make this is an ideal source of inspiration and stimulation placing literacy teaching in a fresh, modern context. This book offers a rich resource of information, with illustrated case studies and many examples of children's responses to non-fiction providing: coverage of pre-school and foundation years for children up to six years of age references to research findings on the place of non-fiction in early years references to the National Literacy Strategy, Early Learning Goals and the National Curriculum for English a substantial glossary of terms relevant to non-fiction reading and writing. The author's zest and expertise helps to give this book an infectious enthusiasm that will permeate the classroom, providing the nursery and primary school teacher, student teacher, or classroom assistant with an invaluable guide and resource tool.

Mealtime

Author : Anne S. A. Millard
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Can you straighten the baby's bib? It's time for some delicious treats.

Weaning Sense

Author : Kath Megaw
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Weaning Sense demystifies the weaning world helping you grow healthy tummies and happy babies (and mums) in no time! Packed full of delicious recipes, this book will help you feel less stressed and more informed when it comes to introducing your baby to solid food. Offering a weaning solution from expert authors based on your baby's sensory personality, this book helps you learn how to tap into your baby's cues on weaning and, using current research, gives you an easy-to-use, real food solution. As every baby is an individual, this book teaches you how to be mindful of your own baby's needs and advocates a collaborative baby-parent approach to help you know when is the best time to start weaning and what is the best technique to introduce them to solids. Chapters include: 1. COLLAB weaning 2. Cues 3. Own person 4. Led by science 5. Age appropriate 6. Baby friendly 7. How to guide 8. Ready stage, 4–6 months 9. Steady stage, 6–10 months 10. Go! stage, 10 months – toddler 11. Recipes

It s Meal Time

Author : Roger Priddy
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Baby led Weaning

Author : Gill Rapley
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Contrary to popular belief, there is no research that supports the current mainstream view that babies should be weaned by being spoon-fed purées. Self-feeding allows babies to use their natural abilities to explore taste, texture, colour and smell. It encourages independence and confidence by allowing them to experiment with foods at their own pace and helps to develop hand-eye coordination and chewing. Baby-led Weaning is a practical and authoritative guide to introducing solid food, enabling your child to grow up a happy and confident eater. It shows parents why baby-led weaning makes sense and gives them the confidence to trust their baby's natural skills and instincts. With practical tips for getting started and the low-down on what to expect, Baby-led Weaning explodes the myth that babies need to be spoon-fed and shows why self-feeding from the start is the healthiest way for your child to develop. Your baby is allowed to decide how much he wants to eat, how to eat it and to experiment with everything at his own pace. Baby-led weaning is a common-sense, safe, easy and enjoyable approach to feeding your baby. No more purées and weaning spoons, and no more mealtime battles. Simply let your baby feed himself healthy family food.

Learning to Listen listening to Learn

Author : Lizbeth A. Barclay
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Addresses "the systematic development of skills in listening for and interpreting auditory information. Listening skills are a crucial but often-overlooked area of instruction for children who are visually impaired and may have multiple disabilities; they relate to the expanded core curriculum for students and are essential to literacy, independent travel, and sensory and cognitive development."--AFB website.

Child Sense

Author : Priscilla Dunstan
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Make sleeping, eating, dressing and other everyday activities easier, while strengthening your bond with your child. Renowned 'baby listenener' Priscilla Dunstan reveals how each of us is born with one dominant sense mode - seeing, hearing, touching, or tasting and smelling. And shows how understanding this fact can help resolve most of the everyday conflicts that plague families, and help bridge the communication gap between you and your child. A one-stop guide to the first five years of life, read Child Sense to discover ... * What makes your baby happy * Simple techniques for dealing with everyday problems * How best to interpret your child's behaviour and maximise their potential for success and happiness in life.

Middle of the Night Baby Book

Author : Nancy Belbas
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A guide to caring for an infant includes discussions of feeding, crying, common illnesses, sleep problems, and physical, social, and mental development

Baby Sign Language Basics

Author : Monta Z. Briant
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Now includes streaming video, additional tips, advice, and updated resources! Since 2004, Baby Sign Language Basics has introduced hundreds of thousands of parents and caregivers around the globe to the miracle of signing with their babies--and left them wanting more! Now, in this newly expanded edition, Monta Z. Briant provides more than 300 American Sign Language (ASL) signs, illustrated with the same clear, easy-to-understand photos and descriptions. Baby-specific signing techniques, songs, and games are also included to make learning fun and to quickly open up two-way communication. Parents will meet real signing families and learn how to make sign language a part of their everyday interactions with their children. Also included is a video signing dictionary featuring all the signs from the book. Just point and click, and see the sign you want to learn come alive! This is a must-have for all parents, grandparents, and anyone else who spends time with preverbal children. After all, what parent or caregiver doesn't want to know what their baby is trying to tell them?

Boost Your Child s Creativity Teach Yourself

Author : Victoria Wilson
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Every parent wants their child to achieve their full potential. Whatever your child's interest or inclincation, from art to music, sport to cookery, this book contains hundreds of practical and proven suggestions that will help them not only to develop certain skills, but also to feel socially and mentally confident. Designed for all ages from birth to preschool, the everyday activities, games, tasks and exercises in this easy to follow book will really help your young child to get the best possible head start. NOT GOT MUCH TIME? One, five and ten-minute introductions to key principles to get you started. AUTHOR INSIGHTS Lots of instant help with common problems and quick tips for success, based on the authors' many years of experience. EXTEND YOUR KNOWLEDGE Extra online articles at www.teachyourself.com to give you a richer understanding of your child's creative development. THINGS TO REMEMBER Quick refreshers to help you remember the key facts. TRY THIS Innovative exercises illustrate what you've learnt and how to use it.