Playing and Learning Together, Unit 2

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Single Books (6) (ECS2): $35.50
1 Each of 6 Books + Bee (EC2-Kit): $40.00
6-Pack Each of 6 Titles (36 Books Total) (PKECS2): $210.00
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Our Early Childhood Education Units get young children ready for learning with meaningful activities that help them build the skills required to succeed in a classroom, gain self-confidence, and develop a love of learning.

Playing and Learning Together, Unit 2 continues helping children with the developmental growth begun with the All About Me, Unit 1. The second unit is a fun way for young students to practice cooperation and developmentally appropriate behavior in the classroom. The coordinating lesson plans use the interactions between Danny and Bee, in the specially selected 6 lap-sized books, to teach emotional awareness, and encourage empathy and self-regulation. To only purchase the set of six 8-1/2 x 8-1/2″ books (1-each of 6 different lap-sized titles in Playing and Learning Together), select the ECS2 option for $35.50.

The Playing and Learning Together, Unit 2 Kit comes with 6 lap-sized (8-1/2 x 8-1/2″) books, plus 6 corresponding lesson plans, and one 4″ tall stuffed “My Very Own Mini Bee,” just like the Bee character that appears with Danny in the books included in this unit. To purchase the Unit 2 Kit, select the EC2-Kit option for $40.00. It is a MRB best value buy.

The lap-sized books may also be purchased individually or as 6-pks (6 copies of one 8-1/2 x 8-1/2″ title). All of the titles are available in the smaller 5.5 x 5.5″ size, as well. Bee may be purchased as an individual product.




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3 reviews for Playing and Learning Together, Unit 2

  1. Susan

    I love, love, love the lap books from MaryRuth Books. I read them with my two year old granddaughter and she loves them, too. She’s already pointing out familiar words on the pages when we read together. – Susan from Columbus, OH

  2. Lori

    “I love that these books are bigger. Some kids just need more space. The larger text (font) and space between the words works for kids who have trouble with a smaller fonts.”
    –Lori, Reading Teacher from Fond Du Lac, WI

  3. Mary Kay Claus

    HI – I just wanted you to know that a series of “Danny” books has been donated to Oak Marr RECenter in Oakton, Va (outside of Washington D.C.). We are going to use them in our child care center. They are just adorable!

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