Ever had trouble learning at school? Well, Mama knows all the tricks to help you remember your numbers, complicated words, and the difference between an S and a 2. All you need to learn is how to sing and dance! Don’t believe me?
Go ahead and ask her! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Age: 3-6 years
Skills: Empathy, Communication
How can you make bathtime fun for your child? In the book, Mama brings Pig to take a bath alongside her child. In trying to clean all the mud off the pig, the child ends up learning how to clean themselves and thoroughly enjoy having a bath.
It is part of a five book series- Animal Series. The other books in this series include:
Age: 0-3 years
Early Readers: Yes
Skills: Vocabulary, Imagination, Communication
We all want to raise a reader but it is not the easiest feat in the world when there is so much distraction around! 'The Panda who came to read' empathizes with kids' distraction and gently lures them into reading. Here, the grandmother molds a Panda out of clay and starts reading to it. The child keeps listening while cartwheeling, scootering and jumping around - slowly making her way to the Panda until she is actually sitting down and reading along.
In this book, Papa invites Hippo to come to swim with the child and together they enjoy getting their hair wet and floating around.
How does your child feel on the first day of school? What about when they are in a crowded place? How about when you have to go to work? What if they had something to assure them they are safe? In this book, Mama introduces the child to the imaginary Giraffe in her pocket who will always be with her.
A favorite among parents and children alike - this book helps make the much dreaded mealtime fun. Mama uses a bit of magic to host Cat under the high chair while the child is eating and shares the stories that the cat knows. It provides an easy trick to use at mealtimes while goading children to finish their meal.
What’s another way to say "amazing" to all the artwork your kids make? Expanding your child's vocabulary has never been more fun. Teach your little ones how to use words interchangeably with easy to remember visual cues and rhymes.
Age: 4-6 years
Skills: Vocabulary, Communication
Want to spark your child's imagination? Just ask them to come up with reasons to not eat their veggies. Cake on the other hand is always welcome. Here is a playful book to help make mealtimes fun for your little one. Age: 3-5 years
Alphabet, the elephant wants to turn blue. Does Samara manage to make him change color? Join us on their adventures as they use their imagination to find solutions to Alphabet’s problems.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀This memorable story of two friends is a favorite among parents, schools, and teachers to teach children problem solving and early storytelling skills. This book is part of our 'Adventures of Samara and Alphabet Series'. Other books in this series currently include:
Age: 3-6 years
Skills: Empathy, Problem Solving, Storytelling
What happens when three young fledglings come under attack? How do Samara and Alphabet, the elephant save them? This book also introduces Kai, Samara's friend.
This book builds sensitivity in children for the animals and birds we see around us in daily life. It also helps develop their problem solving and early storytelling skills. This book is part of our 'Adventures of Samara and Alphabet Series'. Other books in this series currently include:
Why is the lady happy? Why is the boy sad? Why are the parents worried? A unique book on empathy that helps children recognize different emotions and discover the reason behind the emotions. It helps them understand that sometimes the reasons may be obvious and at other times they might have to dig deeper to understand the causes. Empathy is considered to be one of the most important skills to create positive social change. It allows you to understand problems, communicate clearly and develop more collaborative relationships.
Each spread of the book focuses on one emotion and asks children to identify all the reasons the character could be experiencing that emotion. By scanning for the reasons the child is able to build on their visual perception skills and vocabulary in addition to their empathy skills.
Age: 3-6 years
Skills: Visual Perception, Empathy, Vocabulary
Each family is different, but you must have never met any like mine! Not only my cousin, great grandmother, and Uncle but monkeys, elephants, lions, and squirrels live with me too. What are you doing today? Come visit me!
The book provides a fun and quirky way to introduce children to the concept of different family structures. It is a great book to read to your children as they start school and start visiting each other's homes. The book works on the children's imagination and empathy skills. Age: 3-6 years
Skills: Empathy, Imagination
A 'pen' for you and a 'pen' for the pig! Expanding your child's vocabulary has never been more fun. Introduce your little ones to words with two or more meanings through easy to remember visual cues.
There is a leaky tap going drip, drop!
The hen wants to fix the leaky tap in the chicken coop and asks the horse to help, but a small mistake leads to a lot of confusion. It often finds children laughing out loud at the end. The book also provides a perfect script for reenactment to work on the children's storytelling, drama and sequencing skills. This brilliant story by Priyanka is brought to life by the truly unique artwork of Singapore-based illustrator Lisa Wee. Age: 3-6 years
Skills: Communication, Storytelling