Hello! Farm Animals (A Fun, Educational Childrens Picture Book) (Edu-Great Books)

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A phenomenal book to read with your baby! Mem Fox uses rhyme and repetition to create a multicultural book about something all different babies have in common: ten little fingers and ten little toes.

Together, she and illustrator Helen Oxenbury capture the feeling that there is something particularly captivating about those fingers and toes and something particularly lovable about all babies everywhere. Try using the word pattern to say something to your own child.

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Do you see your mommy reading to you? I think you do. Global Babies , from Global Fund for Children. You have probably noticed how babies and toddlers are drawn to photographs of other babies. In this beautiful multicultural board book, babies from all over the world are captured in exquisite local clothing—decorative but not fancy. And even more intriguing than their outfits are their faces.

An excellent browsing book for your very young child. I Am a Bunny , by Ole Risom. The Rooster Struts , by Richard Scarry. The goose waggles.

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The illustrations convey detail and suggest a sense of balance and order in the natural world. This is nonfiction-for- the-very-young at its best. Mommies Say Shhh! Life on a farm can be noisy!


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I love, love, love Ring! Have you ever heard half of a phone conversation before? Can you infer from your side of the conversation what the other person is saying? This is Not my Hat by Jon Klassen. Simply a FUN read with kids! Will the big fish ever find his hat?

Will he know who took it? Readers have to infer quite a lot for this story to make sense. And when it clicks, it is oh, so funny! I giggle every time I read it. She has a way of teaching the parts of a plant that work WELL with making inferences.

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Piggie Pie by Margie Palatini is a good book for teaching both predicting and inferring. I LOVE how she leaves the end of the book hanging for readers to infer what may happen next!

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Any book you pick up by Chris Van Allsburg will probably be a good book for making inferences as he leaves a lot unsaid. Two Bad Ants is probably my favorite of his and requires kids to do a lot of inferring to figure out where the ants are and what exactly they are doing. Fables are a great way to get kids deeper into inferring a meaning beyond just the text. Fables by Arnold Lobel is the book I have mostly used. Join thousands of other subscribers to get hands-on activities and printables delivered right to your inbox!