So why are you putting books in your toddler’s hand? If you’re like most moms, you certainly would want to develop your tiny tot’s reading habits. After all, everyone wants a bright, smart kid, right? Which is why, you have to boost your toddler’s learning potential simply by making books an integral part of his or her life.
1. Guess How Much I Love You
This book tells about the adventures of Little Nutbrown Hare and his father, Big Nutbrown Hare, and their efforts to measure how much they love each other. The story explores the tender idea of boundless love between a parent and a child.Written by a British children’s book written by Sam McBratney and illustrated by Anita Jeram, this award-winning book develops a child’s lifetime bond with parents.
2. The very Hungry Caterpilar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar follows the wonderful adventures of a very tiny and very hungry caterpillar that progresses through an amazing variety of foods towards his eventual metamorphosis into a beautiful butterfly. A winner of many children’s literature awards and a major graphic design award, this book, written by Eric Carle, is a great first Science book for toddlers.
3. We’re Going on a Bear Hunt
Studies show that toddlers with great exposure to language have social and educational advantages — putting a book in every child’s hand and reading them aloud to him or her, therefore, is one of the best exposures to language to keep a child ahead.
Have a great day ahead!