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On My Way with Sesame Street Just Pretend Vol. 12
On My Way with Sesame Street Just Pretend Vol 12 Author:Liza Alexander, Linda Hayward, Emily Perl Kingsley, David Korr, Michaela Muntean, Pat Tornborg Children love to pretend! They think it's just fun, but children can gain a lot from imaginative play. Role-playing helps children try on other points of view. Pretending helps them explore their surroundings in their own way. — Imaginative play often starts with a few props, such as an old trunk. In "what's up in the attic?" ernie and Bert ... more »turn a rainy day into a wonderful adventure through the pase.
Super heroes are favorite pretend characters. "The origins of super-gover" provides all the pertinent facts about super-grover and his powers. He's furrier than a powerful locomotive and able to leap tall sandwiches in a single bound!
"The runaway soup" is a silly poem about the time the neighborhood monsters got carried away.
That would Grover like to grow up to be? We find out when a magic genie in a bottle grants "Gover's Three Wishes."
Encourage your children to use their imaginations. Ask them questions such as, "What would you do if a genie gave you three wishes?" Cultivating imagination gets children on their way to enhanced creativity and a greater enjoyment of the world around them.« less