Montessori teacher Saniyyah Kahalilallah makes it fun and easy for kids ages 2 to 5 to practice self-care, with step-by-step photos teaching how to wash hands, brush hair, get dressed, and perform other skills that foster independence and build self-confidence. The back cover features an interactive skills chart with sliding windows for kids to show what they've done each day. Offer a toddler a just-their-size hairbrush, a mirror hung at just the right height, and this book, and they'll be delighted to care for their bodies! In this colourful, easy-to-follow book, Montessori self-care skills are featured on every page, from getting dressed, blowing their nose, or brushing their teeth. Each activity fosters independence, builds concentration, develops strength in motor skills, and encourages responsibility. Teach a toddler or preschooler to start new self-sufficient routines. Just pull out this book, follow the photos and simple steps, and they'll be inspired to wash their hands, rub on sunscreen, and put on their socks and shoes - all by themselves! When they're all done, they can use the interactive skills chart, with sliding windows, to note their accomplishment and say, "I Did it!." AGES: 2 to 5 AUTHOR: Saniyyah Khalilallah is a certified Montessori educator with over ten years of experience teaching children aged 3 to 6 years old. A passionate advocate of the Montessori philosophy, she shares activities that focus on practical life skills on her blog, skmontessori.com, and offers consulting services to parents who are beginning their journey of setting up a Montessori-inspired homeschool environment. She lives in Chicago, Illinois. SELLING POINTS: . The Montessori education empowers kids ages 2 to 5 to complete activities on their own, build independence, develop concentration, gain a sense of order, and strengthen motor skills. The activities in this book help kids care for themselves the Montessori way, and feel proud! . Little kids like to do things on their own, and it's a natural expression of their desire to model adult behaviour and participate in the world around them. Learning the routines of cleaning, dressing, and caring for themselves fosters independent, happy children . Preschoolers are delighted to join the fun when they see the colourful pictures of kids just like them practicing self-care. The step-by-step photos for self-care tasks from hand washing to getting dressed are specially written to ensure success for 2- to 5-year-olds. And when they've completed the task, they can slide the window on the skill chart to declare, " I Did It!."
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