Early Childhood Education Books

Early education starts at home. Read a short rhyming story to introduce your child/children to some of the world’s most important resources while highlighting the many ways to recycle. Early education matters.

Baby Book Early Education
Baby Book Early Education

Patrick Horner

Baby Book Early Education
Baby Book Early Education
Of Course, A Recyclable Resource
Of Course, A Recyclable Resource Early Education Book
Children's Early Education Book
Children’s Early Education Book

Children's Education Book
Children’s Education Book

Tidbits of information about early childhood education.

Reading to a newborn or baby helps with social development and thinking skills. Reading to newborns or babies encourages engagement to look, point, and touch. Babies improve language skills by copying sounds, recognizing pictures, and learning words.

Early childhood education (ECE; also nursery education) is a branch of education theory that relates to the teaching of children (formally and informally) from birth up to the age of eight. Early childhood education is a significant period in a child’s development. It refers to the development of a child’s personality.

The more you read to newborns or babies will help them gain language skills to learn how to read when entering kindergarten.

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