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[ Pdf One: 0 Ù foster-parents PDF ] by Kathryn Otoshi ☆ The artwork is absolutely beautiful The colors look stunning on the bright white background, and the painted style conveys movement really well.
As for the story My one and two year old s enjoy naming the colors and hearing the story read My two year old also loves the counting component.
As they get older, there will be and that they can take from it Color names, color moods, numbers, counting, self acceptance, responding to bullies, forgiveness, courage, defending others, etc.
This book has something for every age.
I teared up the first time I read it Simple, sweet, powerful.
A wonderful book that grows with a child For a while my child enjoyed talking about the colors Then he enjoyed counting the numbers and now at 2.
5 years he enjoys listening to the story It is a story that will become meaningful to him as he grows This story tells an important message of speaking up for what is right in a clever and inventive way.
As an elementary school principal and a mom of a 3 and 5 year old I LOVE this book It is the best bullying book I ve read My 5 year old loved it and it entertained my 3 year old not quite ready for the concept yet I now have the book at work and plan to use it with the whole school It teaches empathy in such a clever way that children of all ages can learn from It also teaches the role of the bystander in bullying and how everyone needs to stand up for what is right Yeah to Kathryn Otoshi I got this book to help my five year old son with empathy and caring for others This book is PERFECT The story is cute, the colors and numbers are a great way to keep a young child entertained, and the storyline is something school aged children can really relate to bully that nobody stands up to My only issue is that when the colors turn into numbers, they say that they want to count meaning matter but my son thought they wanted to count like 123 It took me about 5 minutes to explain that count has two meanings and I m still not sure he got it Either way, he enjoyed it so much that he asked me to re read it two times that night I expect he ll pull this one off the shelf often than not I would definitely recommend this to parents of children aged 3 to about 7 if you re trying to teach caring for yourself and others.
The artwork is absolutely beautiful The colors look stunning on the bright white background, and the painted style conveys movement really well.
As for the story My one and two year old s enjoy naming the colors and hearing the story read My two year old also loves the counting component.
As they get older, there will be and that they can take from it Color names, color moods, numbers, counting, self acceptance, responding to bullies, forgiveness, courage, defending others, etc.
This book has something for every age.
I teared up the first time I read it Simple, sweet, powerful.
A wonderful book that grows with a child For a while my child enjoyed talking about the colors Then he enjoyed counting the numbers and now at 2.
5 years he enjoys listening to the story It is a story that will become meaningful to him as he grows This story tells an important message of speaking up for what is right in a clever and inventive way.
As an elementary school principal and a mom of a 3 and 5 year old I LOVE this book It is the best bullying book I ve read My 5 year old loved it and it entertained my 3 year old not quite ready for the concept yet I now have the book at work and plan to use it with the whole school It teaches empathy in such a clever way that children of all ages can learn from It also teaches the role of the bystander in bullying and how everyone needs to stand up for what is right Yeah to Kathryn Otoshi I got this book to help my five year old son with empathy and caring for others This book is PERFECT The story is cute, the colors and numbers are a great way to keep a young child entertained, and the storyline is something school aged children can really relate to bully that nobody stands up to My only issue is that when the colors turn into numbers, they say that they want to count meaning matter but my son thought they wanted to count like 123 It took me about 5 minutes to explain that count has two meanings and I m still not sure he got it Either way, he enjoyed it so much that he asked me to re read it two times that night I expect he ll pull this one off the shelf often than not I would definitely recommend this to parents of children aged 3 to about 7 if you re trying to teach caring for yourself and others.
Blue Is A Quiet Color Red S A Hothead Who Likes To Pick On Blue Yellow, Orange, Green, And Purple Don T Like What They See, But What Can They Do When No One Speaks Up, Things Get Out Of Hand Until One Comes Along And Shows All The Colors How To Stand Up, Stand Together, And Count As Budding Young Readers Learn About Numbers, Counting, And Primary And Secondary Colors, They Also Learn About Accepting Each Other S Differences And How It Sometimes Just Takes One Voice To Make Everyone Count