Spots and Dots

Provides images designed to stimulate development of the brain and eyesight in infants. On board pages.

Author: Two-Can Publishing Ltd

Publisher: Two-Can Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 9781587285943

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 10

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Provides images designed to stimulate development of the brain and eyesight in infants. On board pages.

Spots and Dots

Developed in consultation with mothers, the books engage babies and hold their interest as they start to make connections with the world around them. AGES: 3m + SAFETY TESTED FOR BABIES Illustrated throughout

Author: Chez Picthall

Publisher: Picthall & Gunzi

ISBN: 9781909763029

Category: Board books

Page: 10

View: 807

This delightful BABY SEES book has been specially designed to appeal to young babies. In the early stages of a baby's development it is important for them to experience big, bold, bright images, as these help the visual part of their brain to develop. Babies will find this book fascinating!

Baby Sees

Black and white and high contrast two colour images capture young babies' interest as they focus on the pictures and start to make connections with the world around them.

Author: Chez Picthall

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781904618843

Category: Pattern perception

Page: 6

View: 354

Black and white and high contrast two colour images capture young babies' interest as they focus on the pictures and start to make connections with the world around them.


Spots and Dots

Innovative, shaped pages and an easy-to-grab handle make Spots and Dots the perfect book to share, whilst encouraging development of movement and reflexes. Cute and colourful illustrations teach simple patterns found in nature!

Author:

Publisher: Little Me

ISBN: 9781527010291

Category: Board books

Page:

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The littlest learners will love to play with these chunky pages whilst they find spots, stripes, and more! Innovative, shaped pages and an easy-to-grab handle make Spots and Dots the perfect book to share, whilst encouraging development of movement and reflexes. Cute and colourful illustrations teach simple patterns found in nature!

Memoirs of the British Astronomical Association

18 ° to 23 ° N. Two little pairs with a few dots widely scattereil . 11. A small nebulous spot , dots f . in a line . 12. A few dots widely separated . 13 . A very small spot p . , a nebulous one aud a minute cluster f . 14.

Author: British Astronomical Association

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Astronomy

Page:

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Dots Spots

With Dots & Spots: A Drawing Book, explore the answers to this and more of the universes biggest questions as you sketch, doodle, draw, design, and colour using a series of random black spots and dots to guide your way.

Author: Kelli Chipperoni

Publisher: Walter Foster Jr

ISBN: 1633228940

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

View: 222

Is that a unicorn apocalypse sink hole? With Dots & Spots: A Drawing Book, explore the answers to this and more of the universes biggest questions as you sketch, doodle, draw, design, and colour using a series of random black spots and dots to guide your way.

Choroidal Disorders

hyperfluorescent dots in 26.6%, only hyperfluorescent patchy spots in 33.4%, and both dots and spots in 40%. Optic disc hyperfluorescence were detected in ...

Author: Jay Chhablani

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0128092238

Category: Science

Page: 474

View: 965

Choroidal Disorders provides an overview on various chorioretinal disorders with a special emphasis on choroidal imaging. As our understanding of the choroid has significantly improved with the development of advanced optical coherence tomography (OCT) and its role in posterior segment diseases is gaining new significance, this book focuses on the related improvements, diagnostic capabilities, management and prognosis of various chorioretinal disorders. It covers conventional techniques, such as ultrasonography and indocyanine green angiography as well as the most advanced techniques, including enhanced depth imaging OCT, swept source OCT, and OCT angiography. Concise overview of various chorioretinal disorders, with special emphasis on choroidal imaging Written for practitioners and researchers in sensory systems (vision), ophthalmologists, and retina specialists Covers the most advanced imaging techniques in choroidal disorders, such as enhanced depth imaging OCT, swept source OCT, and OCT angiography

Spots and Dots

Shortlisted for the Sheffield Baby Book Award, 'Spots and Dots!' will engage and amaze babies with its full-colour moving pictures. See the image change before your very eyes. AGES 6 m+

Author: Beth Harwood

Publisher: Templar Books

ISBN: 9781904513308

Category: Pattern perception

Page: 8

View: 858

Spots and dots, hearts and stars, all together... here they are! Join your amazing baby for lots of grins and giggles with this adorable book created just for babies. Little ones will love gazing at the magical picture patterns that change right before their eyes. "Spots and Dots! "features unique 3-D images of visually-stimulating patterns like spots, dots, stars and hearts that shift when moved. Cute illustrations, bright colors, and rhyming words join in the fun, helping build babies' visual and verbal skills.


Spots and Dots

Simple text and illustrations on board pages help young readers identify patterns.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781472339539

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 6

View: 593

Simple text and illustrations on board pages help young readers identify patterns.

Spots and Dots

Rhyming text invites youngsters to see the dots and other shapes which appear in the changeable illustrations based on the angle of the page. On board pages.

Author: Beth Harwood

Publisher: Silver Dolphin Books

ISBN: 9781592235971

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 16

View: 844

Rhyming text invites youngsters to see the dots and other shapes which appear in the changeable illustrations based on the angle of the page. On board pages.


15 Fun To Sing Collaborative Math Learning Songs and Activities

One - to - One Correspondence Ladybug Spots , Ladybug Dots Children play with spots and dots as they explore one - to - one correspondence .

Author: Mitzi Fehl

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 9780439187244

Category: Education

Page: 80

View: 778

Teach early math concepts with 15 songs sung to familiar tunes that your students will love! First, children explore a math concept through a collaborative singing activity, and then reinforce their understanding by creating their very own page to contribute to a class book. Teaches adding and subtracting, patterns and graphing, sorting and classifying, time and money, and more. With reproducible patterns, cross-curricular extensions and assessment ideas. For use with Grades K-2.

Dots Spots Speckles and Stripes

Always taking a closer look, Hoban focuses on the objects found in and around a child's world. "Superb...imaginative....Encourages children to look beyond and into."--Horn Book.

Author: Tana Hoban

Publisher: Greenwillow Books

ISBN: 9780688068622

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 712

Always taking a closer look, Hoban focuses on the objects found in and around a child's world. "Superb...imaginative....Encourages children to look beyond and into."--Horn Book.

The Open Air

The spots , and dots , and streaks were not exactly the same on each wing ; at first sight they appeared similar , but , on comparing one with the other , differences could be traced . The pattern was not mechanical ; it was hand ...

Author: Richard Jefferies

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Country life

Page: 270

View: 595


Wide Cut Primitive Rug Hooking

WIDE CUT SPOTS AND DOTS Oval Jack Chair Pad, 15"x 10", #81/2-cut wool on primitive linen. Designed and hooked by Wendy Miller, Attica, Indiana, 2007.

Author: Wendy Miller

Publisher: Ampry Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 0811759482

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

View: 237

Everyone loves primitive hooked rugs. Learn the secrets to making your next wide-cut hooked rug a success. • Hooking with wide cut strip--tips and techniques from the expert • Making new rugs look old • Color planning for primitive rugs • Primitive motifs for your wide-cut rug • Hooking details and lettering with wide cuts

A General System of Nature

Inhabits Shell 1--2 inches long , cinereous or white with mixed white cinereous and brown spots and dots sometimes disposed in a fort of crown - like hape ...

Author: Carl von Linné

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Insects

Page:

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Migraine

Upper row depicts different types of photopsias: (left) diffuse, flickering spots or dots; (middle) similar spots, but denser in the left hemifield of ...

Author: Robert A. Davidoff

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0198031351

Category: Medical

Page: 536

View: 714

Migraine: Manifestations, Pathophysiology, and Management, Second Edition, is a much expanded, updated monograph that focuses in detail on migraine's diverse variations, its pathophysiology, and its treatment. Authored by a clinician/scientist who himself suffers from migraine, the book's premise is that the clinical significance of migraine and its treatment are intelligible only if the physician understands the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological factors underlying both head pain and the other manifestations of migraine. The book provides clear clinical descriptions of the myriad of specific migraine syndromes, and discusses the rationale for, and elements of, a sensitive, inclusive patient history. Also covered are important but sometimes ignored topics such as environmental triggering of migraine and myofascial syndromes. The Second Edition also bridges the gap between basic science and clinical practice by explaining those substantive advances made in understanding fundamental mechanisms of head pain and aura. Recent knowledge about genetics, hormonal changes, cerebral circulation, nitric oxide, peptides, central sensitization of trigeminal neurons, and the role of periaqueductal gray matter buttress the discussion of basic mechanisms. On the treatment side, the Second Edition reflects the impressive advances in pharmacological approaches to migraine. There is a greatly expanded section on the triptans and their mechanisms of action, and rationales and practical information about the use of all other viable anti-migraine and prophylactic drugs. Psychobiological aspects of stress and stress management, elimination of environmental stimuli, the educational facets of management, and aspects of the patient/physician interaction so crucial in the treatment of migraine are all discussed. Special problems associated with the care of women, children, the elderly, patients with intractable headaches, and emergency department patients are thoroughly reviewed. In sum, this scholarly, well-referenced book offers in one volume a comprehensive scientific and clinical discussion of migraine headache.