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My First Word Board Book (My 1st Board Books) (Englisch) Pappbilderbuch – 15. März 2004


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  • Pappbilderbuch: 36 Seiten
  • Verlag: DK Preschool; Auflage: Brdbk (15. März 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0789499053
  • ISBN-13: 978-0789499059
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 0 - 3 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,1 x 2,2 x 15,2 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.7 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (20 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 324.193 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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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 -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Pappbilderbuch .

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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. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 29. April 2000
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We read this book often but never all the way through. We skip around a lot. It can be overwhelming since it offers tons of material. I agree with the reviewer who gets bored with it. (Let's face it, a 1000 words with no plot can get a bit dry for an adult!) Some other reviewers complained about the illustrations or plastic figures -- these don't bother me since there is so much to see, you don't really miss anything if you skip that stuff.
I do suggest a better alternative if you really want to capture the heart and mind of a toddler and help to expand their vocabulary. Find a topic they love and get a smaller, more focussed book on that topic. For example, my 2 year old loves vehicles. He picked out "My Big Machine Book" at the bookstore and he runs it into my room to read everyday!
Summary: Good for what it is, but I'd recommend several smaller more focussed board books instead.
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Though there are many worthwhile photographs in this book, I felt that many of them were indistinct to my 14-month old child. For example, a photograph of a pillow with pairs of animals on it, simply did not look like a "pillow" and a tube of toothpaste or container of talcum powder without a label or any coloring (re: a generic label) simply does not look like the article trying to be delineated. Also, the illustrations would have better left out, in my opinion--I believe that photographs of real objects should be maintained throughout the book. The actual photos of real animals in the "At the zoo" page, for example, look foolish beside the inferior "illustrations." Surely, photographs could have been obtained for animals such as tigers, buffalo, penguins, etc.
Also, the book seems like it's trying too hard at times. Unnecessary inclusions seemed quite prevalent, as if the "voluminous index" was the aim rather than, simply, a picture book for 0-3 year old children.
Some of the unnecessary inclusions include: cotton swabs (especially the way they are photographed), barette (looks atypical), soap frog (looks like a green frog toy), bubbles, lawnmover (photo would have been great, but illustration is not good), canes for the garden (they look like sticks of incense), traffic circle (another bad illustration), cygnet (swan=okay; cygnet=not okay, too sophisticated), no school bus (in " things that move"), tidal pool (bad illustration and unnecessary addition), "weather" illustrations behind children and bad illustrations re: "seasons"; also, "Actions" section and others with pictures of children doing things are too "chock-full" to be effective; etc.
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This book has been wonderful for our little girl who we adopted from Romania at age 3 1/2 years. She only spoke three words in Romanian. This book has helped her make sense of her new surroundings by seeing photgraphs and learning the words. She loves to find the foods, animals and toys that she likes and to name them. I would highly recommend this book for every child as well as second language learner. There is no guessing about what the pictures are as almost everything is real. The few drawings are very clear and understandable. There is a Spanish version that gives the Spanish and the English word. I am an elementary principal and I ordered multiples of this book for each of my kindergarten through second grade classrooms. 90% of our students have Spanish as a first language so it has been great to share with our families. Our parents use it as a reference, too, to learn English!
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I bought several of these type board books for my 2 year old speech delayed daughter. We are currently working on building her vocabulary, and this book has been one of the best because it not only catagorizes the objects (as mentioned in another review), but it also has full color photographs. Young children are unable to distinguish that an abstract drawing of a cow is a cow, but with photographs of actual items they can more clearly understand and label the objects.
This book is durable, colorful, and has many many pictures to help give my daughter the vocabulary she needs to communicate with us. She loves to "read" her book, and now her older sister is reading it to her, which also helps my seven year old in her reading skills.
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I know that sounds like a terrible parent, but I really did hide this book because I got so bored of reading it constantly! My son got it for his first birthday and loved it so much that he tended to rip pages, etc. Our copy is in very bad condition from so much use! I did break down and bring it out of hiding later on when he was older and could take care of it a little better when reading it himself. My son is 5 now and still likes it a lot - he can now read the words that go with the pictures. If you are buying this book for a really young child, you might want to consider the My First Word Board Book instead - that way you won't have to supervise so closely and your child can read it himself.
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My 4 year old had a bigger version of this book when he was 1 and I recently bought this version for my twin 1 year old daughters and as a gift for an 18 month old. The pictures are clear, bright, and simple and really hold your child's attention. The thing I like best about this book is that it arranges items in categories rather than by letter. A 1 year old doesn't care that apple starts with "A" as shown in many books, s/he needs to know that an apple is food or that a sock is clothing. I would highly recommend this book to anyone. You will reap many times your investment from it. I think it is a must have for your little one's library.
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