Count Around the Room

Count Around the Room

Tammy Jones (author), NA (illustrator)

Publisher: Newmark Learning ISBN: 9781607191575

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Description

What can you count in your bedroom?

Reading Level
Lexile
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
ATOS
DRA
Categories
Genre
Numbers & Concepts People & Places
Interest Age
Ages 3-5 Ages 6-8
Grade
Kindergarten
Subject
Math
Language
English (US)
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction
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