Value Focus: You are never too small to make a difference
Aims of this series: Raising good communicators, upright individuals, critical thinkers and active learners.
Our Moral Series
This series of books aim to teach young children moral values when they are at the most impressionable stage.
Our books are resources for parents to read, communicate and bond with their children. They give parents the opportunity to explain ideas and concepts to their children thus improving communication skills.
0 to 1 years old - Stimulates the child visually with the pictures and to get him or her to identify objects and animals in the pictures.
2-3 years old - Helps promote the recognition of words by reading to them while pointing to the words (If questions crop up, do explain. If they do not come up, mere reading at this stage is sufficient).
4-8 years old – Ask questions like, “What do you think will happen? How do you know? How do you think the character feels? How do you feel about the situation? Etc. If questions pop up, try your best to answer them. If you do not know the answer, tell them you will find out about it and tell them about it on a later date. Promises are not meant to be broken, make sure you remember to attend to their questions on another day.
Other ideas: You can cut out the pictures digitally and print them out. Students can order the pictures and write their own stories
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