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Shake, rattle, and roll with this fun dance book for toddlers
Toddlers are natural dancers and they love to move! Channel toddlers' energy and help them develop balance, coordination, and control with the help of this engaging choice in dance books for toddlers. Moving along with the story will help stimulate little brains and provide a fun, creative way to build spatial awareness. Tons of colorful pictures offer toddlers visual clues for the movements, and rhyming words make reading aloud feel like music!
- Movement and motor skills—Little ones will begin by isolating individual body parts, like their hands, hips, arms, and toes.
- Dynamic dancing—Toddlers will harness their imagination to dance the prancing pony, flapping chicken, and twirling pinwheel.
- Keep the fun going—Explore a list of online dance videos and resources to help them keep moving and developing even when the book is finished.
Set the stage for an active childhood with this standout in toddler books!
About the Author
RACHELLE BURK is the author of fiction and nonfiction books for children, including The Story of Simone Biles and Stomp, Wiggle, Clap, and Tap: My First Book of Dance. Visit her at rachelleburk.com.
"Rachelle does a phenomenal job taking young learners through a multisensory journey in her book! While interacting with the story, children will use all of their senses, and they will be motivated to follow the story and get their bodies moving. My two children (ages 3 and 6) were engaged and excited throughout the whole read-aloud. This book was exactly what they needed, and they want to hear and interact with the story again and again!" —Regina Silverii, M.Ed, early childhood and elementary education administrator
"During a time in children's development when movement and music is critical for toddlers, this book demonstrates dance in a creative and fun way. I love how the author uses animals and rhyming lyrics to make the book easy to follow and fun. It's so important to expose children to music at a young age, which is why everyone should read this book with their child." —Allie Lasota, Zumbini with Allie music & movement instructor
"If you want a book that your toddler will want you to read over and over again, you need to get this book. Your child will be compelled to dance as you turn each page. And with every verse, your child will learn something—the nature of different movements, numbers of fingers and toes, distinguishing left from right, animal moves, and more. The illustrations by Alissa De Asis pop with enthusiasm as the children in the book reflect the diversity of people everywhere, with something critical in common—the joy of movement as a mirror of their lives." —Eva J. Pell, children's author