Mealtime
  • Mealtime
  • Mealtime
  • Mealtime
ISBN: 1575423669
EAN13: 9781575423661
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 1, 2011
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 7" L x 7" W
Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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5
   just like the book says
My daughter now tries a bite at mealtime. She says : I gotta try a bite, just like the book says, cause I might like it! She is such a picky eater and getting her to try anything was a challenge. Even before this book, we tried to make it a rule to always try a bite, but she wasn 't having it. But she'll do what says this book! At least she can now try food and decide for herself whether she likes it or not.
 
5
   *I* like the page about the "rule" of always trying one ...
We only had this book for a few days, and my daughter has already memorized several of the phrases - she loves it! *I* like the page about the rule of always trying an upward battle with toddlers!
 
5
   great pictures, and extremely easy for a toddler to ...
We purchased all the books by Elizabeth Verdick for our children to use. They are well written, great pictures and extremely easy to understand for a toddler.
 
3
   18 month old too you g
In each picture there isn 't a ton of ton and lots of repetitive images. Our child is 18 months old. At a little older age, maybe will be better.
 
5
   Really does work
I love the other books in this series and at 19 months old, I felt that my son was ready to learn some basic table manners. I was skeptical of the reviews that said that this book taught their child to try a bite, but this also worked for us. After a few nights of reading this, I was trying to get my son to try a bite of Peas and Rice. I quoted the book and he opened it and gave it a try.
 
4
   Good story
I was hoping that this book would teach him better eating habits, but so far no change! I am still hoping for the best, really good story and teaches a cute lesson!
 
5
   My one year old loves it. He might not ...
He might not yet understand what the book is about, but he learns to wipe his mouth from this book. Every time we finish a meal, he asks for a napkin and begins to wipe his mouth. Lol's Lol comes in handy!
 
4
   Great tool
I bought this book together with several other books to include in my son's kitchen play area. This is his favorite and is a really good book to introduce your little one to the process of washing hands at mealtime, setting the table, trying new foods and then cleaning up. It is located in a day-care setting where the children sit at a table at their height and pass each other food in a family dining style. One part I don't like is the rule of one bite '', as several families don't use this rule for a variety of reasons. But it is a good tool to introduce your child to the process of mealtime.
 
5
   This whole series of books are fantastic. We are foster parents and they are the ...
This fantastic series of the books are whole. We are foster parents and they are the same ones that our therapist uses with them as toddlers. I love that we can have a set to reinforce what she is teaching them in the way they are familiar!
 
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