The activities inside Teaching Terrific Two’s and Other Toddlers are specifically designed to match the capabilities and interests of this active age group. Toddlers will continue to develop cognitively, and Graham has fun ideas to help them with age-appropriate skill development. Improve toddlers’ self-image with activities like “What am I Wearing” and “Face Painting.” Have toddlers get creative with “Playdough” and “Chalk Dust Designs.” Some listening and language projects include “What’s Missing?” and “If You’re Wearing Red.”
Young children can learn math with “Chocolate Chip Cookies” and “Egg Carton Number Value.” They will also learn cooking basics and refine their motor skills with “Bull’s Eye” and “Moving Mirrors.” Two fun and stimulating science activities include “Change” and “Summer or Winter?” Social growth, “A Field Trip Around the Room and Back” and “Community Helpers.” Also, who doesn’t love music? “Rhythm Match” and “Making Musical Instruments” add fun and help channel their energy.
Today, we give young children a tablet or cellphone to engage them. However, the digital age inhibits social and emotional developmental skills. Pioneering educational books offer more engaging activities and assist in early childhood development. These keystone books simply let kids be kids while keeping their minds as active as their energetic bodies.
Teachers will gain insight into goals, classroom arrangement, scheduling, and discipline. The book also has resources for child assessment and parent involvement. Teaching Terrific Two’s shows children can flourish without an electronic device.
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