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Laptime and Lullabies: Storybooks

For parents and teachers of children up to three years of age; use Butterflies and Where’s Little Fuzzy? story books (both with tactile, braille, and print components) to facilitate the skills necessary to build an understanding of language before beginning to read the written word, including: evaluating one’s environment; understanding reciprocal communication; developing listening skills; and more.

$359.00

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Catalog Number: 6-77701-00

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With a little “thinking out of the book,” you and your little one can discover literacy activities that are both enjoyable and meaningful.

Laptime and Lullabies: Sharing the Joys of Literacy With Your Infant or Toddler Who is Blind or Visually Impaired was created for APH by Kay L. Clarke, Ph.D., to help families and their early intervention teams answer the many questions they receive from parents.

Pair Butterflies and Where’s Little Fuzzy? story books with the Laptime and Lullabies: Parent Handbooks.

Here’s what our Field Testers had to say:
“The colors and simplicity of Where’s Little Fuzzy? were perfect for my children with low vision. Those who had fine motor control really enjoyed lifting the blankets and opening the door, gate, etc. They especially liked hitting Little Squeaky. The book encouraged development of key concepts I work on, such as under, open, close, names of textures, colors, and finding hidden objects.”

“Kids, parents and professionals liked [these story books] and the directions that accompanied the book explaining the important concepts, pre-literacy, pre-braille, and motivation to explore pictures.”