Dear Zoo Noisy Book
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Best known for his classic lift-the-flap title Dear Zoo, he is also the creator of the much loved character, Buster.
Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book by Rod Campbell | Goodreads Dear Zoo: A Lift-the-Flap Book by Rod Campbell | Goodreads
Toddlers will be busy for hours with the Dear Santa Sticker Activity Book, full of Christmas-themed activities, colouring in and games that are specially designed for preschoolers. Is it a bit hypocritical of me to be endorsing this book, based on my ethical beliefs that animals are not toys to be swapped, sold on, imprisoned or treated as inanimate objects, blah, blah, blah.Of course some children may need to be told that animals are not delivered like this nowadays, nor by the postman in the ordinary mail! Lift the flaps and join in the fun with Rod Campbell's classic, Dear Zoo, with a host of favourite zoo animals and flaps to lift on every page.
Noisy Farm by Rod Campbell - Pan Macmillan Noisy Farm by Rod Campbell - Pan Macmillan
Match the zoo animals to their shadows, complete sticker jigsaws, patterns and more – perfect for holidays, birthdays and rainy days. It was also really enjoyed by the EAL children in the nursery, as many of them already knew the animal’s names and joined in with the sounds these animals make.Young children will love lifting the flaps to discover the animals the zoo has sent – a monkey, a lion and even an elephant! And the lack of specificity in the kid’s request leads to the zoo wasting what I can only imagine is an astronomical amount of money on postage. By using the Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions.
Dear Zoo books: a complete guide - Pan Macmillan Dear Zoo books: a complete guide - Pan Macmillan
After the elephant comes a giraffe ( “press the giraffe button to hear the giraffe munching”) who was “too tall”. With slightly older children they can think about how it would feel to be a cage/box etc this can be done through role play and discussion.Its much more fun when you're "reading" this with babies and toddlers and using something fun, furry and soft. Each page has a flap which carefully hides the animal sent from the zoo and a written clue for example, ‘heavy’ or ‘danger’ on the animal’s container.