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5 Recommended Books for Your Preschooler’s DevelopmentHere are some books that may help guide you and create meaningful learning experiences for you and your child.
The preschool stage is an exciting time for you to introduce concepts, skills, and experiences that are considered important in the later years of schooling. Check out these five recommended books to help make learning a fun and creative experience:
1. Math Play! (Williamson Little Hands Series) by Diane McGowan and Mark Schrooten
It is essential to learn mathematical skills, as well as appreciate mathematical concepts at this stage of your child’s development. This book will help you understand how the concept of play develops your child’s math readiness. It provides a wide range of activities that you and your child are sure to enjoy and remember. Moreover, most of the necessary mathematical skills such as counting, numeracy, measurement, and recognition of shapes and patterns are covered in this book. You may follow the link in order to view some of its pages.
2. Science Play! (Williamson Little Hands Series) by Jill Frankel Hauser and Michael P. Kline
Science has often been considered as an important subject in most schools in our country. This stage can, then, be the best time to introduce scientific concepts and skills. This book helps you unlock your child’s potential proficiency in the scientific process by giving you tips on how to introduce topics and what kind of questions to ask. It also provides varied activities that can stimulate your interest and let you pass on that sense of wonder to your child. Just like the Math Play!, it covers most of the topics found in any preschool curriculum, as well as teaches the necessary skills needed by any scientist. Follow the link for a view of this book.
3. 500 Words and Pictures: My First Bilingual Visual Dictionary (English/Filipino) by Fran Ng
The Filipino subject is becoming quite a predicament for most young students today. If you want to avoid this kind of setback for your child, you may want to start introducing the two languages most commonly used in country. This book provides colorful pictures and a wide vocabulary for both English and Filipino.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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