Toddler Quiet Book: Can Do Book
Little hands will delight in the many adventures
found within the pages of this book. Charming designs and bold
primary colors beckon the toddler to do the following
activities: match up car puzzle pieces, dress up the elephant
according to the weather, make animal sounds and sing Old Mc Donald,
help the clown sort his balloons, explore cupboards and a
refrigerator, play "peek-a-boo" with the baby chicks, answer the
telephone and match up the numbers, and put away toys.
Includes 8 felt pages measuring 9" x 11", plain
felt for pockets, and 79 felt figures you cut out, unless ordering
pre-cut. Includes rings for binding into a book or pages can be left
separate to create learning centers. Assembly required, unless
ordered pre-assembled. Can easily be split into 2 books!
Read a review of the Can Do Book at Super Fun Mama.
And another at Thrify & Chic Mom!
One more review at Second Time Around.
My favorite product remains the Can Do Book. It is 8 products in one, each of which can be a learning center. My grandson was 15 months old when his mother and I presented him the Can Do Book pages one at a time. I can tell everyone the importance of felt manipulatives - it jump-started his language! This non-verbal child suddenly insisted on knowing the name of every time he saw and touched, and once he heard the words, he retained them and began speaking them with utter delight. Seeing them on the page, touching them with his little hands, and saying them helped him "own" those words. "See, touch, listen and learn" happened before our eyes!" ~Brenda from NC
| Can Do Activity Book Precut and Assembled Price: $49.99
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|Can Do Activity Book Uncut and Unassembled Price: $39.99
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The Can Do Book was developed by Story Time Felts founder Lori Whiting for her 9th child, Joshua, then 18 months old. She wanted to create something that Joshua would love. She thought of all the things that were exciting to her little boy. Things like going bye-bye, playing peek-a-boo, making animal sounds, clowns with balloons, telephone calls, getting dressed, eating, and playing with toys. She also wanted the book to be a teaching tool as Joshua grew. Those more advanced concepts that were incorporated are: shape recognition and matching, primary and secondary colors, putting things away, what to wear for weather conditions, numbers and number recognition, foods that are good for you, car safety and a simple puzzle. Illustrator Loretta Clayson did a beautiful job putting all of the concepts into bright and colorful art work.
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