Word and Music Games for Toddlers and Twos

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Hamlyn, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 128 pages
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Sing a song of musical smarts and language games that build the brain. These 150 activities stimulate listening, vocabulary, and musical skills in toddlers and 2-year-olds, and teach rhythm, patterns, spatio-temporal reasoning, and mathematical concepts, too. Every game feels effortless and fun, no matter whether you’re naming ordinary items in the house or discovering new words when you’re out and about. “What are these for?” uses an action rhyme to show what different body parts do: hands clap, toes tap, eyes look: BOO!—and noses sniff: ACHOO. Help a toddler recognize ordinary sounds and understand daily routines, enjoy parent-child bonding over simple tunes and finger games, make music with everyday objects, and more.

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Bonnie Macmillan, Ph. D., is an occupational psychologist with many years of experience teaching younger children. Her research projects have concentrated on teach methods and the development of learning and memory skills in children.

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