Elmo's Tricky Tongue Twisters
Packed into the pages of this sturdy Sesame Street board book is a collection of tongue-tripping rhymes about everyone's favorite Sesame Street Muppets, including Elmo, Grover, Ernie, Bert, Betty Lou, Herry, Hoots the owl, and Oscar. The rhyming language and singsong rhythm of tongue twisters are key concepts in language development for babies and toddlers. The humor and playfulness of the tongue twisters in this collection will give toddlers a fun into into the world of wordplay, the foundation of a lifelong enjoyment of the written and spoken word. This book is ideal for use in pre-school classrooms as well as parent/child sharing.
Shake a Leg!
Okay, everybodee (as Grover would say), it's time for some exercise! So shake a leg--and every other limb--to get warmed up for some fitness and fun. Toddlers will have a good giggle as the Sesame monsters try different routines to get in shape. They can even follow along and get their own kid-sized workoutf they don't fall down laughing instead! * Board book * 24 Pages * Published Date: January 26, 2010
Elmo and his friends play a variation of everyone' s favorite game, "Simon Says." "Elmo Says," is just like the original, except that here, our favorite furry little red monster leads the action. Toddlers and adults can read and join in the play--they just have to be careful to listen for those magic words: Elmo says! * Board book * 24 Pages * Published Date: May 26, 2009
What Shape is a Grape?
Elmo, Grover, Zoe, and their Sesame Street friends learn all about shapes while having a picnic in the park. As they invite toddlers to help them identify circles, squares, rectangles, triangles, and more, they quickly begin to realize that the world around them is filled with every shape imaginable--all it takes to find them is to look. Less common shapes such as octagons and rhombuses are defined in simple terms so even the youngest readers can follow along. * Board book * 20 Pages * Published Date: August 25, 2009
Brand: Random House
Origin: United States
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