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Clean-Up Time (Toddler Tools) Board book – August 10, 2008
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“There is no such thing as a quick fix. However, if you’re beleaguered by the baby battles, these books could serve as a life preserver.”—The Post & Courier
"Clean-Up Time breaks down a routine activity as something necessary that 'can be quick and fun. Let's work together, everyone.' This cheerful book could act as a positive introduction to an unpopular task...The pictures are upbeat and expressive." —School Library Journal
“Elizabeth Verdick gives caregivers practical, positive tools for building and maintaining the positive care environment that toddlers need.” —Dr. Dan Gartrell, Ed.D., professor of Early Childhood Education, director of Child Development Training Program, Bemidji State University
"Toddlers will manage to calm down fairly quickly upon coming across these gentle books that help them deal with various transitions in their young lives." —SAHManswers.com (Stay At Home Moms)
"I highly recommend these books for your home library if you have a little one." —Mommin' It Up
“Another beneficial addition to any bookshelf used by preschoolers and toddlers.”—Andrea Coventry, Montessori educator, Andi’s Kids Books Blog
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So I purchased this book for his school.
This book is Colorful, Fun and direct in the concepts to reinforce with your child the importance of cleaning up after one's self.
Well constructed and sturdy and should last.
Not too short or long to keep your little ones attention.
At the end of the book there are some tips for parents and caregivers for helping a little one clean up. I like the emphasis on making it quick and fun. Who likes long boring clean-ups? Certainly not any toddler I know!
While toddlers may not want to sit down and read this book at story time, Clean up Time is a useful tool that can be used to encourage them to clean up. I recommend it for kids ages 2-4.