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Baby books: The First Book of Colors and Vegetables

3.71  ·  Rating Details ·  7 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Dear Parent - This book will teach your baby the names of colors and Vegetables!

From my experience, I'm sure, that you, like every other parent, wondering what is the best way to teach your baby new words.

With The first book of colors and vegetables, your baby will learn the names of colors and vegetables as well as to make the connection between them.

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Kindle Edition, (The healthy Baby Books collection, 41 pages
Published September 25th 2013
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Sep 09, 2016 Diana rated it it was amazing
Teaching the names of colors, along with fruits and veggies is a great idea. The purpose is to make a connection for the toddler with an association to healthy food. I love the large, simple pictures and colored font. Establishing healthy habits and guiding little people with imagery is provided by the author in a professional way. It's so important to eat 5 different colors of fruits and veggies. Children will easily understand Red = Pepper, Orange = Carrot and Green = Cucumber. This is sure to ...more
Barbara Ann
Feb 28, 2014 Barbara Ann rated it it was amazing
The author is a well known dietician, speaker and clinician. She uses a simple approach of presenting the name of the color in large matching letters and then the name of a common fruit or vegetable. Houbara keeps things simple using only the colors, red ,orange, green, purple and white. Children will want to hone their skills at recognition by matching and guessing names. This is a perfect book for daycare and preschool circle time. As a bonus, the author offers a creative kit of activities to ...more
Liz Achorn
Jun 08, 2015 Liz Achorn rated it did not like it
It's tiny

This book does not fill my screen only shows on the top right corner .my baby is definitely not interested because of this ..I wouldn't have purchased this book if I knew about it
Sep 24, 2014 sarah rated it it was amazing
Great First Book

Great First Book. Reads like flash cards ,great way to introduce new words and colors
to familiar things such as veggies and fruits.
Misty McLaughlin
Misty McLaughlin rated it really liked it
Dec 01, 2015
Matthew Burroughs
Matthew Burroughs rated it did not like it
Jul 13, 2014
Liora Houbara
Liora Houbara rated it it was amazing
Nov 18, 2013
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Tamye Whitener marked it as to-read
Apr 19, 2014
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