It is a new day in Miss Jodi's day care! As soon as all the children arrive in the toddler room and put their backpacks away, Miss Jodi asks if they are ready for free play. They are all so excited!
Dina and Jeffrey decide to play with the colorful blocks. Richele and Jaye busy themselves with puzzles. David practices writing his name. Miss Jodi is so happy when she sees all the children in the toddler room enjoying their free play time.
The Toddler Room: "Free Play" shares how a group of toddlers play with other children in a fun and loving school setting while learning to be kind, patient, and the importance of sharing.
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The Toddler Room
"Free Play" A COLORING BOOK
By Jodi Lobdell Bulson, Ashley Poulin
Abbott PressCopyright © 2014 Jodi Lobdell Bulson
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All the children have arrived at Miss Jodi's day care.
They are ready to start their day!
"It's time for free play," Miss Jodi says.
"Who would like to play with the blocks?" asks Miss Jodi.
"I do, I do!" says Dina and Jeffrey.
Miss Jodi sets them up in the block area with all the colorful blocks and they start to play.
Richele and Jaye ask Miss Jodi if they can play with the puzzles.
"Sure you can, let's go sit at the table," Miss Jodi says.
David wants to practice writing his name.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is great for children going to daycare, preschool,kindergarten for the first time. Its also great if your child is switching schools. Children stay engaged the whole time.