3 new books in February 2021

It’s been a while but we’re back to share 3 new picture books released this month that have hit the mark! As usual, we love sharing picture books that read aloud well, show strong narrative structure, provide opportunities for vocabulary learning and conversation and that we think you and your kids will enjoy! We always couple our reviews with a top reading tip for each book. Enjoy our picks for February 2021!

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What do I need to know about 5 year olds?

Between the ages of 4 and 5, your child will conquer one huge milestone: starting school. What speech, language, play and social skills do they need to know? We get asked by many parents whether they need to know their alphabet, or how to read before they get to school. Let’s see what communication and play skills 5 year olds should demonstrate and how you can continue supporting your child’s learning. Keep reading or listen to the blog below:

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3 reasons why nursery rhymes are still relevant now

Nursery rhymes may seem old-school, especially in this era when so many other apps, books, stories or songs available to young children. It may seem like they are no longer relevant (I mean, it’s less common to take a lamb with you to school nowadays). But let us highlight as speech pathologists, why we think they should not be a thing of the past! 

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