You will receive all FIVE books in this series! This is a great opportunity for families who want to encourage the Hungarian language with children. A wonderful activity for the Hungarian speaker who lives in the home or nearby, like grandparents!
Bodypart book series:
1. Hand and Feet
2. Eye and Mouth
3. Nose and Ears
4. Head and Heart
Each chapter includes 2 stories about the body parts with songs and rhymes that root in the Hungarian culture. We also included tables with questions to help kids understand the stories better and to draw consequences from the book. Every SzóKiMondóka book is made with picture editing, which is a methodology to promote joint reading. The most important words of the story are highlighted, next to them their meaning is illustrated, so the kids can call out the upcoming word in the story, based on the picture – with that they participate in reading and create good memories, grow self esteem around literacy.
Hand and feet: The Feetstory is about the variety of shoes, and playing with the sounds they make in a rhyme, so a family party evolves in the living room. In the Handstory the siblings create a nice present for mom using their bare hands.
Eye and Mouth: In the Eyestory Mona experiences what can she grasp from the world around her using only her eyes, and learns how the pupil works. In the Mouthstory mom is teaching Marci to speak.
Nose and Ears: The Nosestory is a great way to teach your child how to blow is/her nose and learn about the coldfighting herbs. The Earstory is a nice example about how our first impressions can cheat us and how everyone is unique and talented.
Head and Heart: The Headstory is about Mona exercising control over the town, that she built and protects it from the tornado. In the Hearstory she draws all of her classmates whatever they would be happy about – giving a nice example of what love trul is.
The last chapter, the Body book also has 2 stories. In the first one the siblings, Mona and Marci create a story where the bodyparts find each other and perform that to their parents and grandparents. In the second story we whitness an Earth Day celebration in the daycare, where the parents plant trees, pick up garbage and the kids are participating in a guided Earth meditation where they experience the Earth will all five senses.