Straightforward, clear, vivid, this mini picture dictionary is an ideal learning tool for budding young readers. Bright photographs of familiar objects, such as flowerpots, seagulls, potties, toast, telephones, and shampoo, illustrate simple word concepts and expand vocabulary skills. Based on the esteemed DK Publishing's bestselling full-size My First Word Book
, this chunky little version is just right for small, curious hands. With categories such as "In the kitchen," "Toys," "In the garage," and "All about me," children can recognize and name familiar objects, as well as master new vocabulary. Photographs of related items (teapot, blender, spoon, saucepan) with the associated word help young readers categorize objects and connect words to images. Sections on colored shapes and counting broaden young readers' educational horizons even further! (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
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Intended for pre-school children, this is a first word book, which is part of a scheme of books with bright photographic images from their daily lives. This revised edition includes the 45 high-frequency words that four-and-five year-olds need to learn, as set out in the National Literacy Strategy.
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