The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones cope with everyday experiences in their lives! Follow the ups and downs of the featured toddlers' journey, brought to life with fun flaps and mechanisms.
Each page has really helpful tips for parents and carers that are endorsed by The Good Toy Guide and leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer.
Available in the following titles:
* Let's Wash Our Hands ~ Keeping Clean
In Let's Wash Our Hands, meet two adorable toddlers who learn all about washing their hands and bath time!
* No More Nappies ~ A Potty-training Book
In No More Nappies, meet Millie and Mo – two adorable toddlers who are ready to ditch their nappies and learn how to use the potty.
Each page has really helpful potty-training tips for parents and carers
* Can You Say Please? ~ Good Manners
In Can You Say Please?, meet Ned and Ellie, who share their toys and practise using good manners.
Help Ned and Ellie take turns with their toys, use good table manners and tackle nose-picking.
* I'm Starting Nursery ~ Settling children into nursery
In I'm Starting Nursery, Ben is sad when Daddy drops him off for his first day, but not for long! He soon makes friends and in no time at all, Daddy is back. Watch Ben and his friends play with trucks, paint pictures, dress up and listen to a story
* We're Going To The Doctor
In We're Going to the Doctor, meet Billy and Nell, who go for a check-up and have an injection. Help Billy and Nell explore the waiting room, get weighed by the doctor and have their injection
* We're Going To The Dentist
In We're Going to the Dentist, meet Nancy and Teddy, who go for a dental check-up for the first time. Explore the waiting room, sit in the dentist's chair and learn about how to brush your teeth.
Dr Gummer's Good Play Guide
"The Big Steps books are a great way of introducing children to different life skills and building their confidence and familiarity with doing them. Watching characters their own age experience different things goes a long way in letting children know that they are normal, healthy and not scary. The children enjoyed pointing to the different pictures, opening flaps and naming objects, which is fantastic for helping to build their vocabulary and prepare them for learning to read. The book is also sturdy enough for enthusiastic hands. Our testers found the little tips at the bottom of the page useful and in one case, they helped to transform a reluctant dresser into someone who is happy to get dressed most mornings!"
Suitable for ages 2+ and up