Are your children already in pre-school? Do you want them to be good at counting numbers and knowing about letters? Doc MscStuffins book can help prepare them to enter the world of learning.
Doc MscStuffins (Dottie) is a six-year-old African-American girl who dreams of becoming a doctor like her mother. She loves to “practice” at home and pretend to “cure” toys. She make “diagnoses” at the “treatment clinic” with the help of friends and the stuffed animals she collects: Alma, Chilly, Emmie, Glo-Bo, Hallie, Jack, Kiko, Lambie, Owl, Squeakers and Rhonda. They all care about how to maintain health. No wonder Doc has a lot of medical equipment such as a stethoscope, x-ray machine, vaccination injections and various plasters.
Through the activity book, Doc will accompany the children step by step as they try to write letters and numbers. The introduction of letters and numbers begins slowly, beginning with activities to thicken the dotted line. Then, gradually the child will be asked to circle the object that has the letters that have been learned. For example, if the child has understood the letter A, there will be objects that have the letter a: bag, hammer, pump. Likewise, if the child understands the letter D, there will be words such as doctor, durian, nose, leaf, lamb, sleep. If the child already knows the letter G, there will be a command to make a box around the letter g.
Not infrequently there are additional activities such as finding a way out of the maze, finding a certain letter in the midst of other letters that are randomly scattered. Besides that, there are other fun activities such as coloring the letters or sticking stickers according to the number requested (whether it’s one, two, three or even eight, nine, ten).
Next, the child will be invited to guess the missing letter from a word. For example, if the child has just learned the letter S, then the letter s in the word nurse, pain, injection, scratch and bicycle will be removed and the child must write the missing letter s. Likewise, if the child already knows the letters F, M and T – they will be asked to affix a sticker, but stickers can only be affixed on objects that have the letters in question.
If your child does a good job on a task, they deserve a bonus sticker with a compliment like: this is great! very nice! Yes! You did it! Smart kids! Super! Wow! Cool! Done! and its kind. Thus, the child will be more excited.
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