Build Early Literacy with these April Book Recommendations!

This April we are highlighting early literacy! The journey of learning to read and write starts long before your little one is actually ready to do either. In fact, early literacy begins in their first three years! Your child’s interaction with books and reading will provide the foundation to develop critical early literacy skills.

Literacy begins with a love of books so let’s whip out those books and teach our children the joy of reading! We’ve picked books for ALL AGES!

poutpout

The Pout-Pout Fish, By Deborah Diesen

Repetitive language in story books builds oral language skills. Pout-Pout Fish’s sing-songy text repeats over and over making for a fun educational read aloud that your toddler or preschooler will repeat again and again!

 

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Jungly Tails, By Jollybaby

A full sensory experience! Introduce your babies to books as early as possible. This soft squishy sturdy book can be enjoyed in tummy time or simply allow baby to explore with their hands and even their mouth! That’s how they learn!

 

wakeupmagicduck Wake Up, Magic Duck!, By Moira Butterfield

Storytime doesn’t have to stop during bath time! Magic Bath Books bring literacy and learning into the tub! Magic Duck has a special surprise when she gets wet…she changes colors! Enjoy the fun that comes with books that are interactive and inspire babies and toddler to love reading!

 

polarbear Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do you Hear?, By Bill Martin Jr/ Eric Carle

Children love repetition and this book is full of memory building writing. Your child will be able to repeat the story back to you! Build early literacy by choosing high quality texts like this one!

 

 

babysfirstcloth Baby’s First Cloth Book: Zoo, By Nosy Crow

Charming cloth books with high contrast images are perfect for baby’s first reads. This book can also go with you when you’re on the go. Its convenient Velcro strap lets those tiny hands keep “reading” wherever you are!

 

 

Build those early literacy skills at your local Gymboree Play & Music! 

 

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