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Peek a boo

Peek a boo

Peek a boo

A hide-and-seek game for very young children or adults. The person who peeks by closing his or her eyes is "it" and must call out "peek" when he or she sees or hears the other person.The Harlow Dress & Romper is the perfect outfit for play dates and summer fun! The Harlow is designed for knit fabrics and features an elastic waistline for a comfy fit. The Harlow Dress.Get ready for sunny days ahead with the Santa Cruz Board Shorts Pattern! The Santa Cruz Board Shorts can be made from your favorite knit or woven fabrics; they're perfect for play or swimming! Sizes...

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Young children learn best through interactive play and Peek-a-Boo Baby: I Love You helps parents and carers with this as they share this book with their baby sitting on their lap. Simple questions and adorable pictures of new baby friends hiding under the flaps will have babies squealing with delight as they play, point, laugh, blow a kiss and play peek-a-boo! In addition to the skills learned from this game, it also serves as a great “distraction” tool for when infants are tired, cranky, and upset.

If you play this game with an upbeat voice, infants will get distracted from their sadness and join in, often cheering them up!Janet Ahlberg won two Kate Greenaway Medals for illustrating their books and the 1978 winner Each Peach Pear Plum was named one of the top ten winning works for the 50th anniversary of the Medal (1955–2005). In the U.S. it was published by Viking Press in 1979 as Each Peach Pear Plum: an "I Spy" story; the national library catalogue summary explains, "Rhymed text and illustrations invite the reader to play 'I spy' with a variety of Mother Goose and other folklore characters."(Source:www.amazon.com)

 

 

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