Nursery rhymes and movement games usually contain repetition. Repetition may be a way for youngsters to feel that they need control of their surroundings. Your child will shriek with joy when he or she has learned what’s getting to happen next.
12 black-and-white images created by well-known contemporary artists, and selected to tie in with research findings that suggest that specialize in high-contrast images because the initiative in developing visually and deciding images and eventually words. The second book has an equivalent approach – babies are wired to hunt out the features of human faces, and can be drawn to any realistic or artistic representation of basic human features. Both curated by Yana Peel.
I Love Colors
Provides the essential concept of bright colors, also as photographic images of youngsters , which young children up to three years old will relate to and luxuriate in watching while learning about colors and therefore the world around them. By Margaret Miller