Children's Book: Thank You, Little Robot
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Lucas had always wanted a little robot. He waited and waited. Finally, his dream came true: his mom bought him a robot for his birthday! But Lucas didn't even say "thank you". He threw the birthday card onto the floor and started playing with the robot right away. Little Robot could do many things. He could walk, talk, sing, dance, clean, and even cook! Lucas gave Little Robot one order after another. He didn't say "please" or "thank you" even once. Suddenly, Little Robot closed his eyes and didn't move anymore. Lucas was very worried. Was Little Robot broken? What could Lucas do to make him work again? Will Lucas learn to say "please" and "thank you" in the end?
Read this cute story NOW and find out!
What's the key message of the story?
Saying "please" and "thank you" is a very important social skill for children. This beautiful picture book is designed to reinforce politeness and manners in young global citizens. It gently reminds little readers to be thankful for others' kindness and to never take things for granted.
What are the extra educational values of this book?
While reading the story about Lucas and Little Robot, children will also review and improve their knowledge of safety rules (GREEN for GO, YELLOW for SLOW DOWN, and RED for STOP), colors (green, yellow, red), letters (A, B, C, D), cardinal numbers (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th), opposite words (left vs. right, big vs. small, long vs. short, round vs. square) and body parts (head, eyes, nose, hands, arms, and legs).
Who is this book suitable for?
The text size is extra large and each page is carefully formatted for beginning readers to read by themselves. Parents or grandparents can read this story to children as a bedtime goodnight story. Teachers can use this book to discuss the importance of gratitude and thankfulness with kids' groups.
Recommended Ages: 3 to 9 years
Grade Level: Pre-School | Kindergarten | 1st to 4th Grade
Category: Social Skills & Manners
Every little step counts!