Interactive Picture Books for Preschool/ Kindergarten
Posted on April 29, 2021
Are you looking for a way to get kids moving, grooving, and engaged in story time? These interactive picture books are sure to do the trick. Warning: you might even find yourself moving along to the rhythmic text!
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From Head to Toe
By Eric Carle
This book encourages children to follow along to movements from head to toe with various animals. Simple movements are demonstrated in the book so that even the littlest listeners can follow along! This book can help kids learn body parts and practice following directions.
By Doreen Cronin
Follow a dog along on all his wiggling adventures! Your child is sure to fall in love with the rhyming text and wiggling fun.
I Got the Rhythm
By Connie Schofield-Morrison
Follow along with this mother-daughter duo as they explore the rhythm throughout their city. It will be impossible to sit still and not dance, or at least clap, along with the rhyming and excitement of this book.
Flora and the Flamingo
By Molly Idle
This picture book has no words, but do not let that deter you. Follow Flora and her flamingo friend as they learn to dance together. This book is guaranteed to make your child move, groove, and giggle. Maybe you will even learn some new moves!
Can You Make a Scary Face?
By Jan Thomas
Play a game of “let’s pretend” with a friendly ladybug! Hopefully you can make a face scary enough to scare the bugs away!
Hop, Hop, Jump!
By Lauren Thompson
Get moving as you follow along with the actions in the story. This book is full of rhymes and actions to get all your different body parts moving!
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