Pretend play builds social and emotional skills as kids play together to build an imaginary world. It also builds language skills as they learn to communicate their ideas. Critical thinking skills are built when kids have to problem-solve in their pretend play game! Of course, it nurtures their imagination and creativity.
NOT YET! BY NANDANA DEV SEN, ILLUSTRATED NILOUFER WADIA
Not Yet! describes an everyday bedtime ritual involving an energetic child and her loving mom. Mom tries to wheedle her way into retiring for the night, but its hard to persuade her animal loving child to switch to routine from her reverie. There is so much to do before bedtime and so little time. When the little one says, she is not ready for bed yet, What is a mom to do than to try and woo?Subscribe to Toka Junior Gift a Box
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