There are so many children’s books in circulation that it is hard to pick which to get for your children. As a parent, you have to make sure that what your children are intellectually ingesting will help them grow as little people. Among the choices a parent also has to make is what type of education your little one will receive. Waldorf and Montessori are two popular options. It is remarkable is when both good children’s literature meets a great educational approach.
Christina Cheung wrote several children’s books that introduces children to new ideas. The book Handful of Numbers teaches children about numbers. What sets this book apart from others is that through the beautiful illustrations, the book teaches children about the world and other cultures. Your can be introduced to how large the world is, and they may even come up with questions. Their questions will lead to a positive discussion about other people and cultures.
Another one of Christina Cheung’s books, Moving with Numbers, teaches children how to count basic numbers in Chinese. In today’s market, the Chinese language is essential. Starting your children’s language learning process as early as possible is one of the best things you can do for your child. It is also presents other languages to your children so that they do not view other cultures as “strange.” The illustrations within this book are also so adorable!
Over all, I would say that Christina Cheung’s books would make an excellent edition to your child’s library or bookshelf. You will find them reaching for these books every night, and loving spending time with you and discovering new things about the world.
For more information, visit the Hands On Prints website.