Sometimes, it is easier to teach little children how to behave and concepts through books and stories. Leslie Patricelli is one such author. According to a reviewer on Amazon.com, " All of Leslie Patricelli’s board books are primers on how to behave. Call them required reading for "Toddler 101." "
No No Yes Yes
" the library in my neighbourhood had this new book recently which i feel is very useful in explaining desired and undesired behaviours. you may want to give it a try." Jedamum
On each page the baby is doing an activity. On the left side it’s a No, No activity like eating dog food or putting toys in the toilet, on the right side it’s a corresponding Yes, Yes activity like eating a banana or using the potty for its intended use. It’s a very clear message to young kids on what to do and what not to do.
Quiet Loud The book illustrates the concept of quiet and loud in a captiivating way. The parent can animate the reading of it from a whisper to a shout, mimicking that illustration on the front of the babie’s lungs.
Yummy Yucky Spaghetti is yummy, but worms – and blue crayons, and sand, are definitely yucky when tasted. This book is useful to explain to a toddler at an age when he was eating anything else he could get into his mouth. A fun way to explain why we don’t eat sand, kitty litter, or worms.