First Baby Book - Vegetables Theme
Olive you from my head tomatoes -- lettuce read together! Peas, corn, carrots and more. Foster a love for hands-on books with this sturdy book of wooden pages, held together by a small braided rope. Help build vocabulary as children learn to identify common vegetables and colors.
Like all Hape wooden products, this wood is sourced from environmentally sustainable forests and the colors are beautifully bright and non-toxic for babies who like to chew or suck on toys.
SIZE: 4.75" x 5" x .6"
AGE RANGE: 10 months - 3 years
As early as five months of age, babies can look at pictures, listen to your voice, and later, at about nine or ten months, point to objects on wooden pages -- the first steps in literacy. When you associate words with images and real-world objects, your baby learns the importance of language.
As children learn to speak, they are wired to engage with the sound of language, long before they notice printed words. Being able to point to an image, aiming to associate it with a real-world object that isn't tangible at that moment, stimulates early imagination. It expands an understanding of the world. Language is developed, listening skills are enhanced and attention span grows.
When adults take time to hold books and read with children on a regular basis, the subtle message is critical: reading is a valued and worthwhile activity.
Hape toys, headquartered in Switzerland, are designed first and foremost for children. Each product is developed to enhance a child’s developmental skills. Hape believes that the future begins and belongs to our children. It is our duty to leave today's children with infinite possibilities, not unsolvable problems.
Hape's toys are created to inspire play, learning, and exploration of the world we live in. Through responsible business practices, Hape aspires to leave the world in a better condition than it is now. All Hape products sold in North America meet or exceed all applicable safety standards. Hape's toys stimulate children through every stage of development and help nurture and develop their natural abilities.Save