Sid the Science Kid: Everybody Move Your Feet! By Jodi Huelin

Sid the Science Kid: Everybody Move Your Feet! (Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science 1)
Jodi Huelin
HarperFestival (2010)
ISBN 9780061852640
Reviewed by Madison Schlarman (age 4) and Mom for Reader Views (05/10)

“Sid the Science Kid: Everybody Move Your Feet!” is an exciting look at why it is important to exercise our body. Sid thinks it would be grand to lie in bed and watch TV all weekend, but knows his mom and dad will not approve! Why does he have to play? What will happen if he doesn’t? How can you get tired if you’re not moving? Over the course of these colorful, vibrant pages your child will learn and discover, just like Sid, why it is important to exercise by getting up and moving your feet!

Madison: “Good, good, good, good, good!” (times 10… she wouldn’t stop saying it!) “It is the most good, all day long good! It was all about exercise and move your feet, move your body! Why did they need to move and exercise? I like exercise too! Do you? I want my body to be strong and happy.”

Mom: Madison thoroughly enjoyed this Sid the Science kid book. It was a thought-provoking conversation starter for her. She wanted to try all the different types of exercise in the book, and learn about more. “Sid the Science Kid: Everybody Move Your Feet!” provoked play time and story time ceased for a little bit! I really can’t say enough wonderful things about the “Sid the Science Kid” books. They are a wonderful tool for parents to help teach their children scientific lessons. The book was fun, colorful, interactive and easy to understand. I would recommend this book to any parent who has a child ages 3 – 6 as a start in their learning regime.

 

 

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