Abc's Of Health And Safety

Abc's Of Health And Safety

by Melissa Abramovitz

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Abc's Of Health And Safety by Melissa Abramovitz

From active aerobics to heart-healthy habits to zoo zone zeal, this delightfully rhyming ABC book introduces kids to health and safety basics in a fun way. They'll learn about everything from keeping the grubbies away to kitchen safety to the importance of a healthy weight through familiar (and some new!) alphabet-linked words. Suggested age range for readers: 4-8

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781616332761
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing
Publication date: 06/18/2012
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 16
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.04(d)

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ABC's of Health and Safety 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
elaine More than 1 year ago
An energizing children’s book for little ones 4-8 that offers a fun read while serving as a learning instrument for the alphabet and safety and health concerns. Done in rhyme, this book is a real attention grabber!  Author, Melissa Abramovitz, has shared her writing talents to make an impression on establishing good health and safety habits for little readers. As a storyteller, I welcome sharing these pages to my little audiences as I appreciate books that focus on wellness messages!  Illustrator, Alexander Morris, has contributed memorable, expressive and diversified characters that will easily capture the attention of children! Lainie B. Children's book author  
Penelope_Anne_Cole More than 1 year ago
ABC’s of Health and Safety, by Melissa Abramovitz, puts our friendly ABC’s to a whole new purpose. This book helps teachers and parents teach important heath and safety lessons in a format familiar to elementary kids. Adults can read the rhymes aloud, kids can enjoy the cute pictures, while important information is presented and discussed. The artwork by Alexander Morris provides fun cartoons to illustrate the rhyming health and safety tips. As we read along and turn the pages, we anticipate what each letter will represent. Kids will be wondering and guessing, too. It’s a good way to involve everyone in important health, hygiene, and safety guidance. Because some of the words may be unfamiliar to the younger audience, it will also help expand their vocabulary. I especially enjoyed “quiet quiescence.” Thanks to Melissa Abramovitz and Alexander Morris for a new take on health and safety concerns using our old friends, the ABC’s