Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC Publication Date: November 10, 2020
This cookbook is great for the youngest chefs. There are recipes for breakfast, lunch, drinks and snacks. Each recipe shows photographs of diverse children participating with procedural pictures also shown as well as information given about Grown – Up Prep Steps. There are labeled photos of kids’ cooking tools. Also there are 5 tips to make food more fun and 5 tips for good table manners. Ingredients are nutritious. This book gives good cooking ideas for preschoolers and kindergarteners to make at home or at school.
In this picture book children travel to 7 continents performing 14 yoga poses that represent animals from the continents and transportation such as bicycle, submarine, train, plane, and sailboat. An assortment of colorful and energetic children are depicted. Illustrations make onlookers want to start posing. In the back of the book, the origin of yoga and the poses shown throughout the book are discussed. A map of the 7 continents and where the animals live are shown with interesting facts about the animals added. A song that can be sung to this story can be viewed on an included website. My Book Eyes enjoys coupling movement and music with learning.
This ebook offers a variety of costumes and Halloween decorations to make. Most people will have many materials for these items already in their homes to cut down on costs. The ideas are not complicated so adult beginner crafters should not feel intimidated. Children can also participate with adult supervision. Included are websites from the contributors to this ebook to gain more crafting ideas. My Book Eyes enjoyed the Spooky Clay Skeleton, Paper Mache Plastic Bag Pumpkin, Beaded Jack-O-Lantern Ornaments, Three Dimensional Monster Hands, Party Poppers, Foam Animal Masks, Menacing Monster Gloves, Fairy Princess Wand and Tutu and No Sew Monster Costume.
Children learn science. technology, engineering, art and math by participating in fun activities that sharpen cognitive, perceptual and motor skills. Each task is designed to address STEAM ideas at preschoolers and kindergarteners levels of understanding. Children will learn to pay attention to details, complete mazes, sequence, copy designs, connect the dots to name a few.
Just looking at this picture book’s cover makes My Book Eyes feel relaxed and like a huge burden has been lifted. The audience learns from A to Z, activities that can be done in order to reach a better state of mind. The text is just enough description for children to understand without being overwhelmed. Illustrations are adorable and easily discernible. Multicultural people are shown throughout the book. From counting to imagine to yoga and all tasks not mentioned, this book is a treasure for any library.