I Can Dress Myself!
Mum is sleeping, so this independent little girl decides to dress herself. Use the pictures to tell the story in this wordless children's book.
Wordless books encourage children's ability to build their own stories. It helps their imaginations and vocabularies grow. It's also a lot of fun!
What Do You See?
Look at the cover of the book. Point to something you see and say, "I see . . ." For example, "I see a sock. What do you see?" Your child can pick an...
Teach your child something simple they can do for themselves. For example: prepare the table for a meal, match socks, tie a bow, wash a window, make ...
Act it Out
Have your child play charades by acting out things they can do without help. For example, feeding themselves, making a simple breakfast, putting on s...