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My First Words: Let's Get Talking! [Englisch] [Pappbilderbuch]

DK Publishing
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  • Pappbilderbuch: 28 Seiten
  • Verlag: DK Preschool; Auflage: Brdbk (17. März 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0756634318
  • ISBN-13: 978-0756634315
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 12 Monate - 5 Jahre
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 1,7 x 22,6 x 20,9 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (2 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 63.813 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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My First Words The perfect first word book for parents and toddlers to share. Features colorful images, simple labels, and inviting questions. It's never been easier to help your child get talking! Full description

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Attraktive scharfe bunte realistische Fotographien 27. November 2013
Von Mara
Attraktive scharfe bunte realistische Fotographien die Kinder gut mit Ihrer Umwelt verbinden koennen. Unser bevorzugtes Bilderbuch. Unsere Tochter greift meistens nach diesem Buch.
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Von Fireball
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
Selbst mir als Erwachsenem gefällt das Buch. Es ist schön übersichtlich in Kategorien eingeteilt, enthält viele Lernbegriffe, ist dennoch nicht überladen. Damit macht es Spaß, dem Nachwuchs die ersten englischen Wörter spielen beizubringen.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good for child that already identifies everyday animals/items 10. Oktober 2013
Von WWeber - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
We purchased this book to help our son learn more words. The quality of the book is great but the pictures that are included are a bit to old for our toddler. Two entire pages go to beach activities, although nice to go through, I don't really think that my childs first word will be "sand castle". The two animal pages are nice but again if I think of farm animals i think cow, duck, pig not barn owl, kid and wheat.

In the end we use this book but purchased additional books with basic items.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen More fun than a book of words 19. November 2009
Von Christi Mack - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
My son got this book when he was about 18 months old, and it's continued to be one of his favorites at story time a year later. The colors are vibrant, and some even "shimmer." The tabs around the top and side of the book help you find a category. He likes that. I think some of his first words are a result of "reading" this book over and over.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great for learning new words, one of our 1-year old's favorite books 9. Januar 2013
Von Thorough Mama - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This is one of my daughter's favorite books! We have three from this series and I would rank them:

1) My First Words (this book)
2) Tabbed Board Books: My First Farm: Let's Get Working! (TAB BOARD BOOKS)
3) My First Animals: Let's Squeak and Squawk (My First: Animals) (TAB BOARD BOOKS) (This I think will be excellent for slightly older kids, maybe 2+. As much as my daughter loves animals and they have been a number of her first words, the Animals book is quite a bit more advanced - if you're looking for a book for a 1 year old go with the First Words or Farm book)

My daughter is 14 months now and we gave her My First Words for her 1st birthday. It has been perfect as she's been learning a ton of new words recently, and I think it will easily hold her attention at least through the next year as she continues to discover new things. We gave it to her because she had the My First Farm book from about 10 months and it's also one of her favorites.

It is the first thing I grab for long car rides because we can spend a long time reading it.

Some of the tabs correlate to other books in the series, which can be a pro or con depending on how many of the books you have. Everything on the farm page is in the Farm book, which is slightly redundant, but it's also nice to see which pages she likes and then we will probably buy the corresponding books when she gets older. (And she doesn't mind redundant... it's good for learning anyway.) We already bought the Animals book because she loves the Wild Animals page so much, and I would say that book is quite a bit more advanced. I think the Things that Go book would also be a nice compliment for a kid that likes that page, and we will probably buy it eventually as well. But I guess the reason we like this one so much is because it has the highlights of the other books plus other daily/common things and activities. I also think this helps my daughter see what kinds of things go together too, since the tabs/pages are by category, as opposed to books with just animals or just colors etc... From looking at the previews, I would guess this book would be the most redundant to the Busy Day book.

I substitute our own words sometimes, for example I've been calling the "cup & saucer" on the household page a "mug" because that's what we have at home (and it looks like a mug). But that's not a criticism of the book - just that some people call things different names. There aren't a lot of these, none-2 on each page.

My only criticisms: 1) the food on the food & drink page seems kind of random to me. Not that it's bad, I have to imagine there were some difficult decisions involved to reduce the world of foods to one page, but you'd think they would include more foods more common for toddlers (cupcakes is the most random to me). It is a mix of healthy (various fruits and veggies, salad, sandwich, milk, etc.) and unhealthy foods (cupcakes, ice cream sundae, potato chips, chocolate) - this is fine with me but some would probably prefer just the healthy foods. The only drinks are juice and milk (in a jug, not a bottle, which I know is important to some people). 2) Likewise I'm not sure why they don't just have a "shirt" or "pants" on the Clothes & Shoes page. I just say pants for the jeans and shirt for the t-shirt, or say "jeans, which are a kind of pants" (my daughter loves the word "pants" but doesn't wear jeans very often)

We gave this to a friend who is using a lot of sign language with her baby, and she said it has been great for practicing signs. (We have done some of this too.)

The tabs are:
All About Me - on the left side it points out parts of the body and face, and shows 4 facial expressions; on the right side it shows actions (walking, sitting, etc.)
Clothes and Shoes - four different kinds of shoes, some cold weather wear (hat, mittens, scarf, fleece), pajamas, underwear, and then your basics
Around the House - about half are kitchen things; note there is no crib, which is probably good for co-sleeping families or kids who are already in beds
Food and Drink - see comment above
Pets - goldfish, puppies and dog, cat and kittens, pony, etc.
Playtime - these are all toys
Things that Go - train, car, bus, etc.
At the Park - nature items, animals, and activities
At the Beach - beach toys, swimsuit, sun block, beach towels, popsicles, crab, seagull, etc.
On the Farm - mostly animals, a tractor, bucket, wheat, eggs
In the Wild - all animals, quite a variety
Colors and Shapes - 1-2 pictures for each color (e.g. an apple and leaves for green, a banana and buttons for yellow, rabbits for white), and 8 shapes across the bottom of the page
Numbers - Zero through 10, with pictures to count with each number.

Every page has some action in addition to naming each picture, e.g. "which toys might make a noise?" "let's stand tall as a tree!" and "What do you like best about the beach?" - we don't do these yet but but I think they are what will continue to make this book interesting as my daughter gets older.

The book is pretty durable. My daughter has bent the covers on a lot of her board books (the ones we let her play with anyway) and the only injury to this book is she's folded up the car tab (which is the weakest, as the top right corner tab); I will probably fix it with packing tape, but it's only noticeable from the back of that page. I have rescued it from her sitting on it folded backwards a few times and you can't even tell. She pages through it quite easily by herself.

Lastly I'd like to say how much I appreciate the neutrality of this book. It's not overly "cutesy," has a nice mix of colors (not just kid colors) on white backgrounds, so while there is a lot on each page I find it very pleasant to look at. There's hardly anything that is girl/boy specific, even the doll on the toys page is not overtly girly (although it is a girl). I don't know why, but the Around the House page feels very Ikea to me.

I personally loved DK books growing up. I don't think you can go wrong with them!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Favorite First Words Book for 1 year old 19. Juli 2013
Von Robert Klingsten - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
A fantastic first words picture book as it has bright and colorful photos that are engaging for babies and toddlers. This book has been one of my 21 month old son's favorite books for a while. If you get only one book from the DK Tabbed Board Book series, this is the one to get. The book is packed with first vocabulary and photos and each page covers a different topic: baby actions, clothing, furniture, food, animals, toys, vehicles, and other common objects as well as a small bit on colors, shapes, and numbers.

My age range for this book is 9 months and older, or an early learning 6 month old. It's larger size might pose a challenge to younger infants and the scattered layout might be confusing.

The DK My First Tabbed Board Books are:
First Words
Busy Day
Things That Go
Busy Home
Baby Animals
Trucks and Diggers (to be released Dec 2013)
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Nice book to start with 19. Januar 2012
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Pappbilderbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
This is a good book. Nice printing and paper.

I have just one cons : The pictures are so closely printed it is difficult for the toddler to concentrate and one..I have seen my daughter picking up words from other books more easily than this one..Most of the time she gets puzzled with so many pictures at one place.
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