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Eyes, Nose, Fingers, and Toes by Judy Hindley
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Feb 16, 2010

bookshelves: developmental-text-set

Toddlers representing various cultures depict body parts from head to toe describing what they can do with each part. The size and alignment of the text suggests movement adding another dimension to the story.

I absolutely loved this book! The toddlers are adorable and I love that a variety of ethnic groups are represented. This book lends itself to being interactive as one can act out each page along with the characters. This would be a perfect to use with a group of preschool children to teach body parts, different movements, and the senses. In fact, it could even be used in kindergarten at the beginning of the year. The book also contains some rhyme to develop phonological awareness.

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