Babys for Future!
Published on 06.08.2020
Reading level: 12 months
175 mm x 175 mm
• Environmental awareness is an important topic for everybody
• Simple yet effective tips that make a difference
• Funny push-and-pull elements that teach children little ways to help in a playful manner
Environmental awareness is a current topic especially amongst the younger generations. Even the littlest ones can learn simple things to contribute to the fight against climate change. Small things like turning off a light switch or providing shelter for little hedgehogs can be the first step into the right direction. This board book serves as an inspiration, without a moralising undertone to introduce children in a playful manner to the environmental debate.
Who's sleeping in the little bed? How does the tower grow taller? And how does the ball roll around? In this brightcolored playbook, toddlers from the age of 12 months get to discover and name many different things of their world. Solid slides enable an interactive discovery that simultaneously simulates the child's motoric skills. A picture book adventure featuring the dummy, the soft rabbit toy, the ball, the music box and many other things.
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Who's sleeping in the basket? Who's taking a dive in the water? And who is crawling out of the apple? In this brightly colored playbook toddlers from the age of 12 months get to discover and name many different animals. Solid slides enable an interactive discovery experience that simultaneously stimulates the child's motoric skills. A picture book adventure featuring the lady bug, dog, cat, hedgehog, frog and many others.
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First learning topics for small children's hands!
My colorful bookof opposites guides the toddler during the learning of contrasting pairs as big and small, fast and slow, quiet and loud and so on..A handy register helps little childrens hands turn the pages. On every double page, the child is inpired to discover small animals, to talk and to enumerate. A great book for first learners!To the product
Take a close look! There is a surprise on every double page in this book with many flaps: The bird breeds and look, what hatches out of the egg! There is a hill on the meadow and look, who lives in it? The mole! Other subjects in this series are toys, farm and forest because for our little ones the world is full of wonders!To the product
This pop-up picture book takes children from the age of four to a colourful world of animals. The pop-up elements, pull tabs and flaps help to discover the illustrations and short and sweet rhymes encourage talking and the speaking development of little readers.To the product
Both! This box fits for first readers. In each case three exciting stories are narrated by Lea, Andreas and Saskia at school: Leas snack disappears without any trace, Andreas finds a cat or the firefighters come at school!Children can remplace the picture by a word and with the memo thex learn new words. All together this box is great and useful!To the product
My First Traffic Book
Fabian learns how to ride the bicycle - but not only does this take a lot of practice, but also clear rules of how to behave on the roads. In this book, little bicycle beginners learn with different scenarios, from crossing the zebra crossing to stopping at the traffic lights, how to behave correctly. The book explains the meaning of road signs and shows the right behaviour in dangerous situations.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>To the product
Series: Book with Finger Puppet
... and do fun things: Children aged 2 and up can experience how Emil Ice Bear goes on an exciting journey through his homeland, the Arctic, and meets all his polar friends.
Also available from this series:
Hops, the Rabbit
Rosalie, the Caterpillar
Niko, the Mouse
Emma, the Duckling
Rudolph, the Reindeer
Lea, the Lamb
Mara, the Ladybird
Pepi, the Penguin
Dodo, the Dolphin
Bibi, the Bee
Series: Learn with the Caterpillar
"Can I also ride Molly?", asks Leonie. Straightaway she took the pony with the vanilla-coloured mane to her heart. Leonie's first riding lesson is very exciting - and goes by all too fast! Together with Leonie little "readers" learn a lot about horses and riding. Invitations to riddle and understand on each double page stimulate the linguistic development.
"The little story is extended with a precise system of tasks: Interesting comprehension questions individually support children and encourage them to communicate their thoughts and knowlegde." Marlies Koenen, language educator and author
Also available from this series:
Wild Bandit Willibert
Gaëlle Toquin and Mathilde Deroubaix
Phone: +49/381006-43 or -49