Children’s Books – Let’s Learn While Playing
The best way for kids to learn is through the power of words.
I’m a strong believer that children learn through play while interacting with the world around them; that includes peers, materials, and social environment (according to the constructivist approach of Piaget and Vygotsky). And that is the philosophy I follow while writing fun and didactic stories for the little ones.
In this special section of my writing universe, you will find children’s books. They are part of the series “Let’s Learn While Playing.” This series’ mission is to help children learn valuable life and educational lessons through play, all the while having fun and using their imagination.
Each book portrays vivacious characters that will get the kiddos engaged and nurtured. Not only that, but children will immerse themselves in literature and learn the power of a good read.
Join us on this journey. Let’s get reading!
These children’s books are part of the series Let’s Learn While Playing.
Dinosaur Adventure: A Field Trip to Remember is in its 2nd edition, and brings plenty of surprises for the kiddos. Besides the fun, children 3-6 will learn through play concepts of science, language arts, and math.
In this story, Miss Gina’s class goes on a field trip to explore dinosaurs. While the students set foot at the dinosaur museum, they didn’t get short of questions to their beloved teacher. In between exploring the Jurassic world and making their way through the museum, the adventure begins.
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He is cute! He is fun! He will make children’s ride safe! Climb aboard and hear Giggly Bear and his friends teach kids valuable lessons on how to ride the school bus safely. The third book in the series Let’s Learn while Playing, Giggly Bear’s Fun Trip in the Yellow Bus, is now available at stores near you.
The Adventures of Froblicious the Frog is the first book of the series Let’s Learn While Playing. This is a fun rhyme geared towards 2- to 6-year-olds, where children will enjoy the beginning of a friendship between a little girl and a silly frog.