A mixed-up alphabet creates merry mayhem. Did you ever try to use an egg in place of a football? Or dress up a live quail in doll's clothes when you didn't have a doll? Or strap rag-dolls onto your feet in place of slippers? In Alphabetter, twenty-six boys and girls find themselves in twenty-six different predicaments when the alphabet refuses to cooperate with them. In the end, the solution turns out to be right on the next page, if only they can find it â€¦
Big and little are used as examples for this basic concept book about opposites.
Explores the concept of opposites using front and back as examples.
Opposites are taught through examples such as open and closed.
In this book, readers are introduced to the primary colors with everyday objects that help readers to identify the colors. As readers practice identifying colors, they are also exposed to vocabulary related to color.
Learn basic shapes including the triangle, circle, and square with everyday objects presented to help readers identify the shapes and how basic shapes exist all around them. A language arts connection provides vocabulary related to shapes.
Discover the concept of weather, different types of weather, and features of weather in this book. The language arts connection is vocabulary related to weather.