Part of the Begin Smart: Books for Smart Babies from Twelve to Eighteen Months Series
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One Two byThis book is useful to children from twelve to eighteen months. These books further stimulate language development, as well as concepts such as all gone and more. Skills enhanced at this stage include the capacity to predict, object permanence and one-to-one correspondence. More advanced lift-the-flap books for this group allow babies to demonstrate what they can accomplish and the text and pictures encourage them to perform different actions.Even babies too young to count can recognise the difference between one thing and two things. And that understanding sets the stage for number recognition. Vivid illustrations show one ball and two balls, one duck and two ducks, one spoon and two spoons. By following these illustrations and repeating both numbers, babies will begin to recognise quantities and become comfortable with numerical symbols.
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8th May 2008
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