BOOK TITLE: Look, Look!
SUMMARY OF BOOK: This book has lots of simple pictures and high contrast black and white pictures. It is a good first book for babies. Download this activity sheet in PDF
- When you show your child the first page, place her hands on the page and point to her hands as well as the page and label “hands.” You can also label other body parts, both on yourself and the child.
- As you read the book to your child, point to the pictures as you say the words. As you talk about the cat that stretches, also talk about how the cat is soft and furry, makes cat sounds like “meow,” etc. For each object, describe to your child what it sounds, feels, smells, looks like.
- As you read the book with your child, do the motions suggested in the book (hands reach, smile, stretch, etc.), and have your child do them also.
- To extend the book experience, have physical objects of the ones in the book to show your child as you re-read the pages (plastic car, stuffed animal, plant, etc.), and let your child explore the objects.
Compliments of: Rasmuson Foundation
Created by: Students at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and used by permission of the United Way of Greater Chattanooga.