Interesting books for children between 1 and 3 years old
It seems that, at such an early age, it is especially difficult to choose the books that will be part of the child's life when they still can not read. Choosing interesting books for children between 1 and 3 years old seems a path full of difficulties. However, the evolutionary moment of the child f
It seems that, at such an early age, it is especially difficult to choose the books that will be part of the child's life when they still can not read. Choosing interesting books for children between 1 and 3 years old seems a path full of difficulties. However, the evolutionary moment of the child favors a mountain of possibilities. The child is a sponge that absorbs an immense amount of information: it is laying the foundations on which his personality is built on an affective and intellectual level. And the child learns with the five senses.
How to choose the best books for children between 1 and 3 years old?
The editorial offer is very rich: books with reliefs and textures to play, books with sounds and music, books with smells, books with flaps to lift, with tabs to pull and discover another image. Stimuli for your senses and to go working the control of the hands, the movement of the fingers and wrists.
The subjects can be very varied, as long as they are not alien. There are real treasures that can be very abstract. Children love clear, recognizable, familiar figures presented on a wide and clean background. But they also look at small details: discovering them in a large image is an achievement for them. The illustration is very important because it is what they read. The adult will be responsible for reading the texts, those little black spots that are on the pages.
The attitude of the child to the book or magazine that we have in hand will reveal its interest: sometimes it becomes absorbed, watching and listening; Sometimes, he will flip the page and get into another image, in another scene and he will want to name what catches his attention or explain in his own way what happens to the little rat or monkey in the story. Your reactions will show us your preferences.
In any case, the chosen medium, book or magazine, has to fulfill the precise requirements so that the child can manipulate it to his liking without danger, pass the pages with ease and get where he wants to go without the help of the adult: That is why books and magazines with flaps are so useful, in the form of telephone books, to open the magazine or the book where the child wants at any moment. This autonomy is very encouraging and is very useful in their progress.