SUPERTOT: Creative Learning Activities for Children from One to Three and Sympathetic Advice for Their Parents by Jean Marzollo

SUPERTOT: Creative Learning Activities for Children from One to Three and Sympathetic Advice for Their Parents

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Supertots are curious, creative, active, with a positive attitude toward life, learning, and, especially, themselves. These lighthearted ideas suggest stimulating play situations appropriate when a child has a little mobility and a lot of waking time--finger plays, sand and water play, songs and simple art projects. Of course, short trips--to the gas station, the supermarket--and kitchen cupboards can be just as diverting, and Marzollo also discusses suitable toys (to make and buy) and TV shows (nix on Mickey Mouse Club, Electric Company, and Saturday cartoons). Party ideas, advice for starting a playgroup, and a selective listing of children's books are included--a large, likable variety for the audience that believes smallfry is beautiful. . . and nursery school is next year.

Pub Date: Jan. 1st, 1977
Publisher: Harper & Row