Teaching Your Toddler: First 100 Words

Manasi By Manasi, 2nd Apr 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Your kid starts learning between the age group of 1-3 years. Hence choosing the correct book is important.

Book, Your Child's First Friend

Introducing your child to the world of books, is the first step to teach your toddler how to read. Between the age of 1 to 3 years, the toddler learns that written words and pictures, represent things and ideas. This phase is an important step for the kid, as at this age he has begun learning how to read and recognise simple words and pictures. Hence choosing the right book for your toddler is an important task.

Book Review: First 100 Words

Product Description

With pages made of tough board, but the cover being softly padded for the toddler's hands, this book contains 100 color photographs and 100 simple words for your toddler to learn.
The book is suitable for the age group 1-3 years.

Analysing Customer Reviews

Customers have found this book to be durable in nature. The pages are sturdier and the toddler can easily flip through the pages on their own. If your kid has the habit of chewing the sides, then you need not worry as the pages do not dissolve, hence is chew-safe.

With a wide range of bright colors and simple pictures for each object, it helps in improving the grasping power of your kid.

There are about 8 words/pictures on each page. For those who prefer one or two words on each page, may not prefer the layout of this book.

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Babies, How To Read, Importance, Learn, Teaching Your Toddler, Toddler

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author avatar Sherri Granato
2nd Apr 2015 (#)

Wonderful article. My grandson is two and loves pictures and learning. I am forwarding this to my daughter. Thanks!

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