The Best Board Books For Children
When choosing early childhood education books, what aspects should new parents consider? When a child is just beginning to grow up, from what perspective should parents educate the child? Through books, what perspectives should parents let their children establish?
I have reviewed five early childhood education books, hoping to help every new parents.
What kind of books are good children’s books? Even the children’s book authors have different ideas about it, so it is really not easy to judge a book is good or not. Parents are racking their brains in choosing good children’s books for their kids. Perhaps some people will say why not choose books in accordance with the recommended book list and award-winning book catalog? But think it over, the so-called “Children’s favorite books” are really suitable for your kids? Even the winning books, also can not guarantee the real value.
This year, My friend who in the children’s book printing industry, gave me some useful suggestions about “Choose the best books for children”. Therefore, I bought many children’s board book for my baby. The quality of these books is very good, the content is very rich and educational.
In children’s book printing, board books are specially designed for children aged 6 months to 3 years old. The biggest advantage of children’s board book printing in China is it can withstand the toss, no matter how to throw it, it will not break, and it will not be torn. It is very suitable for 1-2-year-old babies. As the first books that children come into contact with in life, the design of board books is becoming more and more varied, providing parents with many choices.
One set of 4 pop-up books, exactly 4 colors (yellow, green, blue, red), 4 scenes (garden, pond, ocean, farm). There is a small window for every 2 pages to open, it can satisfy the curiosity of babies.
Regarding children’s toilet training, parenting experts have many suggestions and requirements. For me, letting children happily have the concept and requirements of going to the toilet can form a habit.
The author is very considerate, distinguishing between boys and girls in design, “Superhero Potty Time” for boy, “Princess Potty Time” for girl.
There are two versions of this book: board book and paper book.
This is a book about explains basic etiquette, which can help children understand politeness since childhood
Regarding basic politeness, it is indeed part of the “family education” that must be trained from an early age. Parents should also set an example! The “thank you” and “please” at home should be mentioned at any time. Now my child’s sentence pattern is: “Can I ask for a glass of water?” Or “Can I ask for that book?”. Rather than simply: “Give me a glass of water” or “I want that book”.
This is probably the power of the environment, and children are very malleable.
There are many books by Eric Carle, but not many books are printed and designed hardboard books. This one is relatively rare.
This book tells the story. A group of small plastic ducks in a factory was ship overturned during the delivery of the cargo and floated on the sea and encountered various animals.
Eric Carle’s book not only has a plot but also has some knowledge points worth learning for children:
1) The concept of ordinal number;
2) Some animals related to water and ocean;
3) “Identity” theme.
This is a book about getting up & morning. There are 4 children in the story, and they have different skin colors and hair colors. This design idea is very helpful to cultivate children’s concept of equality from an early age. The so-called “concept” is a subtly cultivated idea.
The reason I recommend this book is because although adults have a concept of equality in the adult world, in children’s education, the concept of equality should also be established.
In the 1-2-year-old baby stage, it is not about asking children to learn what to master but to let them do something to attract their attention. The hardboard books have colors and patterns, plus the voice of the parents, giving the children the initial stimulation from the outside world, and it is very durable and recommended.
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(c) 2008 Helen Graves
Environmental groups and resources serving K–12 schools | Wikipedia audio article
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00:00:25 1 Specific organized groups
00:00:58 1.1 Algalita Marine Research Foundation
00:02:14 1.2 Alliance for Climate Education (ACE)
00:03:27 1.3 Captain Planet Foundation
00:04:12 1.4 Center for Ecoliteracy
00:04:58 1.5 Center for Green Schools
00:05:55 1.6 Children & Nature Network
00:06:16 1.7 Classroom Earth
00:07:07 1.8 Climate Change Education
00:07:31 1.9 Cloud Institute
00:07:56 1.10 The Collaborative for High Performance Schools
00:08:24 1.11 Cool the Earth (CETI)
00:10:49 1.12 Drizzle Environmental Society
00:11:27 1.13 EarthTeam
00:12:02 1.14 Eco-Schools
00:13:31 1.15 Energy Action Coalition
00:14:41 1.16 Energy Efficient Schools Initiative (EESI)
00:15:56 1.17 EnergySmart Schools Program
00:16:21 1.18 Energy Star for K-12 School Districts
00:16:45 1.19 Facing the Future
00:17:38 1.20 Focus the Nation
00:18:09 1.21 Free the Planet!
00:19:25 1.22 Global Green USA
00:19:52 1.23 Go-Green Initiative
00:20:38 1.24 Green School Buildings
00:21:21 1.25 Green Schools
00:21:50 1.26 Green Schools Alliance (GSA)
00:25:19 1.27 Green Schools Caucus
00:25:38 1.28 Green Schools Fellowship
00:26:08 1.29 Green Schools Initiative
00:27:25 1.30 Green Teacher
00:28:10 1.31 Green Youth Alliance
00:29:07 1.32 Growing Greener Schools
00:29:54 1.33 Healthy Schools Campaign
00:31:08 1.34 Healthy Schools Network
00:32:40 1.35 Kids F.A.C.E.
00:33:17 1.36 Inconvenient Youth
00:33:45 1.37 International Climate Champs
00:34:51 1.38 Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots
00:35:25 1.39 LEED for Schools
00:35:57 1.40 Lexus Eco Challenge
00:36:25 1.41 National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Sustainable Schools listserve
00:36:57 1.42 National Center for Science Education (NCSE)
00:37:50 1.43 National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
00:38:16 1.44 Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) Green Squad
00:39:10 1.45 No Impact Man
00:39:45 1.46 North American Association for Environmental Education
00:41:00 1.47 Outdoor Hostel Adventures, Hostelling International USA
00:42:09 1.48 Project BudBurst
00:43:42 1.49 Protect Our Winters
00:44:47 1.50 Second Nature
00:45:04 1.51 Sierra Student Coalition
00:46:10 1.52 Sierra Youth Coalition
00:47:08 1.53 A Smart Energy Future
00:47:57 1.54 Student Environmental Action Coalition
00:48:42 1.55 Sustainable Schools Project
00:49:02 1.56 Teens Turning Green
00:49:29 1.57 Teens Turning Green Schools
00:49:44 1.58 US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development
00:50:42 1.59 Zero Footprint Foundation
00:51:03 2 Groups with a focus on specific areas of interest
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This article includes information about environmental groups and resources (such as those provided by government, its agencies, and existing or proposed legislation) that serve K–12 schools in the United States and internationally. The entries in this article are for broad-scope organizations that serve at least one state (within the US) or similar region (outside of the US).