Nursery level 1 (Birth – 1 year old)
We believe that one of the best things a parent can instill in very young children is a love for learning. We suggest that a gentle approach to education be taken during these very early
Although we use very few testing materials in the early years, we do recommend either a test or a checklist before starting instruction in reading. Children lacking in gross motor or fine motor skills will likely face frustration in reading instruction.
All the items in this package are non-consumable, so the entire package can be used for additional children in the family.
Nursery 1 includes:
How Can I Help? God’s Calling For Kids
A colorful, character-focused read aloud which teaches foundational biblical truths. The book is based on the belief that children are also called to love and serve, and they can do this by developing their talents, honoring their parents, growing in their knowledge of God, and acting appropriately in society. Parents are also called to help children grow into these callings, and therefore, the text and illustrations show children and parents living these out in daily settings. Theme verse uses
Bright & Ready – Baby
Forget bulky baby books! Here’s a whole deck of cards filled with fun and stimulating ideas that
Grab your deck and sort, select, set up, and start your activity in seconds! Every card has a full illustration on one side, and short, simple instructions on the back.
These quick and creative learning activities will have parent and baby giggling anytime, anywhere! The activities are printed on a set of 52 tote-able, sturdy, colorful wipe-clean cards that feature a multitude of interactive ideas to enhance:
- Intellectual development
- Coordination and motor skills
- Language and listening skills
- Color and shape recognition
Most activities set up in moments with materials found around the home.
My First Signs
Children are able to communicate by signing before they develop the skills necessary for speech. By teaching sign language to children from as young as seven months we can help them to convey their emotions and their needs. This first signing guide for hearing and deaf children contains over 40 key signs. Designed for parents and carers to share with babies, with its simple and clear instructions and endearing illustrations, this book is an ideal introduction to signing. A helpful tip is given at the bottom of each page to help beginners get started.
Sign About Meal Time (Sign About Board Book)
This signing guide introduces signs for a variety of foods. Make signing a natural part of your everyday communication.
Big Red Barn
Margaret Wise Brown’s farm animal rhyme is now available as a board book. The charming illustrations by Felicia Bond bring the story to life as all the barnyard animals come out to play.
Brown Bear, What Do You See?
In board-book edition for the youngest child, this is the beloved classic by Bill Martin Jr. The pages are thick and durable, and the illustrations by Eric Carle are vibrantly colorful and interesting. “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? I see a red bird looking at me. Red Bird, Red Bird, What do you see?” This one is great for introducing animal life and colors.
Fuzzy Yellow Ducklings: Fold-Out Fun With Textures, Colors, Shapes, Animals
This charming introduction to colors, shapes, and animals has been delighting children all over the world for ten years! There is a surprise on every peek-a-boo page, where textured shapes magically turn into colorful creatures perfect for toddler’s touching.
My Very First Book of Shapes
Can you find what is round? What is square? In this timeless new split-pageboard book, children can find the bottom half of a page that matches the top half. Find the right pairs, and you will learn to identify all kinds of shapes. From dome-shaped ladybugs to diamond- shaped kites, this clever board book makes learning fun.
Very Busy Spider Board Book
A board book edition of the best-selling story features thermographic pages and a raised spider web children can feel for themselves, which complement the books colorful collages and easy, rhythmic text.
Very First Book of Things to Spot
A look-and-talk book for very young children, with simple, bright illustrations and lots to see and spot on every page. Children can spot starfish at the beach and shells under the sea, as well as a whole host of robots, cars, flowers and friendly animals. Perfect for sharing with little children and will help them learn new words and develop vital pre-reading skills.
Very Hungry Caterpillar
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Board Book has colorful picture which can be used to – tell the story of the very hungry caterpillar; count along from 1 -10; match numbers and colors with all the things he eats; and show the life cycle sequence of a caterpillar and a butterfly.
Best of Mozart CD (Best of Classical Kids)
This CD includes 45 minutes of carefully chosen music from a variety of Mozart’s work.
Lily Llama Crinkle Teether
Llamas are trending!
Part soother, part activity toy. Each Crinkle Teether has fun character appliques and colorful patterns on the outside, crinkle paper and a squeaker on the inside.
Crinkle paper and squeaker inside
Soft teether sewn-in corner
Flexible loop for attaching to stroller and crib
BPA, PVC, and Phthalate free
Machine wash, air dry
Rattle & Roll Babys First Car Oball
Part O-Ball, part vehicle, these super-grabbable cars offer lots of play for little crawlers and teethers. The top portion of the car is like an O-ball, while the tough-looking wheels feature rattling beads inside for additional noise and fun.
Fisher-Price Little Snoopy
With the same design as when it was originally introduced in 1966, this little pup is full of the exact same excitement you remember from when you were a child. Pull on the cord and watch as he wiggles, his ears swing, and he makes a fun “yip-yip” sound! Classic waddling, pull-along dog toy. Encourages gross motor skills, cause-effect learning, imaginative play. Designed exactly like original puppy introduced in 1966. Waddles as it rolls, ears swing back and forth. Tail wiggles as it moves – Makes “yip-yip” sound as it rolls.