What'll I Do With the Baby-o?

What'll I Do With the Baby-o?

Nursery Rhymes, Songs, and Stories for Babies

Book - 2006
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Whether it is for use at a library program, in a daycare, or at home, this selection of great rhymes, songs, and stories provides enough material to engage and delight babies throughout their first two years of development. All of the activities recommended encourage bonding, fun, and brain and emotional development that enriches parents' and babies' lives in ways that last a lifetime. This resource contains useful chapters on a baby's brain, early language, and literacy development; program planning and presentation tips; 350 rhymes and songs arranged by type for easy access; and other resources and bibliographies for further reading.

Publisher: Vancouver : Black Sheep Press, 2006
ISBN: 9780969866619
Branch Call Number: 428.008 Co
Description: 255 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm + audio CD (4 3/4 in. )
Additional Contributors: Shoemaker, Kathryn E.


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Jun 03, 2019

Very good book for teachers or any one or parents who work with young children!

mshimenosky Jun 03, 2014

This is a great resource for programming for babies!

Wedadibrahim May 09, 2014

This book has a very good selection of rhymes, songs, activities and tips for using them that show parents and caregivers how to play with their babies in ways that will help their language, social, emotional and intellectual development. It’s so fun.

Jun 25, 2013

The primary intent of this book is to guide librarians and parents in presenting a story time to young children. This book explains what "literacy" means during baby-stage and includes guidance and suggestions on finger-play, songs, and storytelling.


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