Published by Kane Miller | EDC Publishing, Usborne Books Genres: children's books
Does your little one go through a box of bandages in a week’s time? How many of those boo boos are actual wounds? My 3-year-old does get a lot of bumps and bruises simply because he is all boy. Yet, more than half the box of bandages is used on kid-imagined boo boos. It’s cute at first, but then it’s just annoying. Really, most of them don’t even hurt the little guy. He just wants to play with the bandages because they are so much like stickers.
What’s the solution? Tell the little guy to grow up and shake it off? Yes, you can do that, but in this momma’s world, we use books to turn a sour day into a good one. I have the perfect book for giving that kiddo of yours all the bandages play he or she desires.
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the above-titled book from Amanda Daugherty, Independent Consultant for Usborne Books & More. The little guy enjoyed the book so much that I became a Usborne consultant to grow his bookshelf at a discount.
I hope you like the book as much as my little guy does! The book is sturdy, educational and fun. My son has been enjoying his new Usborne books repeatedly for the past few weeks we’ve had it. We read it, we play games using the book we (yes, both of us) are learning new things as we read the book.
A Fun Book Choice That Teaches Color Matching & Reinforces Speech Sounds
The book ‘All Better’ is a perfect book to teach and reinforce learning while the kiddo is purely enjoying the story within.
A Fun Book Choice for Matching Animals & Colors
Each animal that gets hurt has a bandage that is all his or her own.
First, each bandage has a picture of the animal on it, so that your child can choose the bandage that belongs to that particular animal.
Then, you can ask your child what color that bandage is, as he or she is applying it to the boo boo.
A Fun Book Choice for Children with Apraxia of Speech
My little guy goes to speech therapy because he as apraxia of speech. The therapy plays a big part in his improvement, but he often gets bored with the word cards the speech therapist uses. So, I do a lot of ‘homework’ with books and toys. I’ve found that the books, if written well, can play a big part in my son’s progress. This particular book is helping. The word better often has the middle sound “d”, which kiddos with apraxia will tend to silence since it’s the middle sound in a word. So, we practice similar words often.
Each page tells a short story about an animal getting hurt by accident and needing some attention to his boo boo. Each little story ends with the words ‘all better’, which is the perfect repetitive prompt for encouraging my son to say the word ‘better’ with all the sounds in place.
‘All Better’: A Fun Book Choice for Learning to Put Things in There Place
The bandages stick to the pages without tearing the book pages or leaving sticky places. The bandages can be reapplied over and over.
When finished reading the book, your child can relocate the bandages back the the page where they each have their own color coded spot. This is another opportunity to test their color matching, as well as teaching your child to put the bandages away when finished. This is a great way to introduce the concept of putting away toys, if you haven’t already.
This is the only repositionable sticker book that Usborne currently has. I’d love to add more of these books to our collection! Hint hint to Usborne!!
An Overview of All Better from Usborne Books & More:
Dog hurt his foot, Sheep scratched her tummy and Bear sat on a splinter! What will make everything all better? Clean it, kiss it and put a bandage on it! Young readers will delight in the five animal friends’ misadventures and be eager to help make things “all better” with the five reusable and repositionable stickers.
Age Range: 3-5
Author: Henning Löhlein
About My Journey with Usborne Books & More
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Again, the books I received are sturdy, educational and fun. My son has been enjoying his Usborne Books repeatedly for the short time we’ve had them. We read them, we play games using them and we (yes, both of us) are learning new things as we read them.
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