With its beautiful illustrations, descriptive language and clever use of rhyme, children are invited to imagine, interact and engage with I have a Magic Ball, with new ideas at every page turn.
When children engage in conversation and positive interactions, they are motivated to listen and learn language. Books can be a conversation that connect written words to our spoken words. The better the conversational skills, the easier it will be for children to understand what they read later.
1, 2, 3...Lets Play!
With your copy of the book at hand, grab a ball - any ball, invite one or many children to join.
Make sure you are in a comfortable space, ready to take turns and catch the ball.
Take turns passing the ball and encourage everyone to react to each transformation.
Engage as the ball progressively changes temperature, smell, texture and movement.
Limited Edition Book Bag Set
The book bag complements the story experience and brings the story to life. With 6 handpicked props representing the characters from the story it is sure to bring the book to life.
When a child’s senses and whole body are engaged in learning it helps to connect the...
I Have a Magic Ball
With its beautiful illustrations, descriptive language and clever use of rhyme, children will be invited to imagine, interact and engage with the magic ball as it transforms from page to page.
This book encourages interaction, so grab a ball, say the magic words and pass the ball as you turn...
Nisrine El-Choueifati is a speech pathologist working in Sydney, Australia, and, as a tri-lingual child, she was able to enjoy stories in French, Arabic and English. Nisrine has always believed that when children enjoy interactions with books, they will be motivated to learn language.
Nisrine’s passion for early language and literacy lead her to complete a research masters where she developed and implemented a program for preschool educators and families to build language and literacy for all children within everyday activities.