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- This wooden stand holds an acrylic mirror angled to allow for the unit to be utilized standing tall or laying on it side
- Use on floor for infants and toddlers to see themselves and their ponder over their reflections
- Measures 9" x 8" x 11 "
This Wooden stand holds an acrylic mirror angled to allow for the unit to be utilized standing tall or laying on it side. Use on floor for infants and toddlers to see themselves and their ponder over their reflections.
Helpful Books & Magazines:
Baby Says Peekaboo!DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley). 2017
Read Peekaboo! Baby Says with your baby for a bundle of bright surprisesYour baby will love the bright photographs and fun surprises in Peekaboo! Baby Says. Find a hungry baby with a shiny spoon under a bib, a bath time baby with pearly bubbles under a towel, and get ready for the end, when babies can say "boo" to themselves in their own shiny mirror! Peekaboo! Baby Says is a great way to get your baby learning to 'say'.Also great for developing imagination, early-thinking and memory skills, and perfect for reading aloud and encouraging early word recognition, your baby will love the world of surprises that Peekaboo! Baby Says offers.
EARLY LEARNING: FIRST EXPERIENCES. Peekaboo! is an adorable book for young children. Use the fold-out mirror to copy the range of funny faces in the book and see if you can find your own little ears or chubby cheeks! Adorable characters and simple, repetitive text will delight young children and adults alike. Ages 0+
The Encyclopedia of Infant and Toddler ActivitiesGryphon House, Inc.. 2006
With over three hundred activities written specifically for infants and toddlers, this book will captivate children’s imaginations and create wonderful opportunities for learning. The result of a nationwide contest, these activities were selected as the best of the best and are written by teachers, directors, and caregivers. Organized by time of day, teachers will love the easy-to-use format. Covering areas such as arrival and departure time, clean up, and transitions, the activities span a variety of developmental areas, including language, sensory, cognitive, social-emotional, and motor skills. Approved by teachers and loved by children, this resource is sure to be a classroom favorite.
Peekaboo KissesRed Wagon Books. 2017
Offers toddlers a colorful, interactive board book where playful animals of various shapes and sizes are hiding behind numerous lift-the-flaps, and comes complete with a squeaker to press and a peek-at-yourself mirror. Children's BOMC Main. 75,000 first printing.
Peekaboo Zoo!Ladybird Books. 2017
Peekaboo Zoo is a lovely first lift-the-flap book for babies and young toddlers. Turn each page to find a wild animal hidden under a flap. Read the funny, rhyming text and try to guess which animal is hidden! There is a mirror on the last page, so baby can have the excitement of finding themselves in the picture! The classic game of peekaboo is brought to life in this gorgeous book, perfect as a gift for babies and young children.
Peekaboo, and Other Games to Play with Your BabyParenting Press, Inc.. 1995
Wondering what to do with this brand-new baby? Here are hundreds of ideas for using mirrors, blocks, shaving cream--and even your own smile--to keep babies laughing and learning. Whether you're a parent or a caregiver, you'll want to help your baby make the most of those important first 18 months. Peekaboo suggests games that are just right for this stage of development, when young children are intent on exploring and figuring out their world.
The Complete Learning Spaces Book for Infants and ToddlersGryphon House, Inc.. 2016
Complete Learning Spaces for Infants and Toddlers is designed to help busy teachers meet the challenge of creating an effective learning environment for very young children. It includes ideas for planning, using, and evaluating learning spaces that will captivate infants and toddlers and encourage the developmental process. Information for each learning space is complete with thorough illustrations, letters to parents, literacy connections, and vocabulary lists. Learning objectives and assessments help determine the impact of each learning space on the children's development. With detailed explanations of infant and toddler development and loads of suggestions, this book is brimming with great ideas for any infant and toddler program. Each Learning Space includes: Overview Learning Objectives Time frame Letter to parents Layout of the learning space Vocabulary enrichment Props Activities Literacy connections Evaluation
Peek-A-Boo, I Love You!Cartwheel Books. 2017
More beloved novelty board books from Bestselling creator Sandra Magsamen! A heartfelt twist on the classic game of peek-a-boo! Who is just cute as can be? Peek-a-boo, I love you! The sweetest baby in the world to me! Now with brand-new refreshed art, this bestselling interactive novelty format with a plush heart on the cover and sturdy lift-the-flaps on each spread blends a heartfelt messages of love with a sweet game of peek-a-boo. Little ones will squeal with delight when a surprise mirror reveals which little baby is loved most of all!
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