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22-03-2012 18:54 #11Senior Member
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22-03-2012 19:08 #12
I'm still loving it! My 14 month old has been obsessed with books since he was around 8 months, and he certainly has his faves! At least it means I can 'read' to him while completing other tasks because I can recite many of our regular stories while he turns pages for me. The current faves are Where is the Green Sheep, Hello Baby and Time for Bed.. anyone picking up a theme!? Thank goodness for Mem Fox!
26-03-2012 22:28 #13Junior Member
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My 1 year old is constantly demanding that books be read to him.... and we love it! As a teacher I always find it sad when occassionally you teach a young child who doesn't know how to hold a book, turn pages properly or understand that the text and pictures have meaning. If you are frustrated with the repetitive nature of reading the same old books to your children then a big YAY FOR YOU!!! .... It means they've had a lot of literacy stimulation and their love of books is because you found it important to foster their positive attitude.
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26-03-2012 22:53 #14
Ahhh yes, wombat stew and hungry caterpillar are favourites ATM. I do get sick of them but I'll live.
03-04-2012 13:27 #15Senior Member
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If I have to read "little penguin dives in" one more time! But really, I kind of love it now DD finishes some of the sentences <3
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03-04-2012 13:41 #16
I thought DS was losing interest in books this week. I felt myself missing the closeness of all that reading time, hahahahaha what a silly Mummy. He recovered today though, abandoned his drawing time to bring over a stack of books...."weeed"... Awwww. Time for another library trip.
03-04-2012 14:22 #17
Set a time and a number of books to be read. eg. 3 books before bed time. Say no at other times in the day if it annoys you. Distract your LO with another activity.
10-04-2012 10:17 #18
I've just started going to the libary for more books to change every month, the ones i own i know each one from cover to cover so i just let him turn the pages back and forth while i read the whole story without looking
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