Don't count your chickens ... but do count your eggs, fish, and elephants! Distinctive Flensted Mobiles are featured in this innovative counting book. Young readers can count from one to ten and back again, by twos or threes, and can even find solutions to simple word problems.
In a series of endearing illustrations, one bear after another explains why he isn't quite the one a little girl is seeking. With rhymes, repetition, and adjectives, kids will pick up a plethora of language as they find out which bear is the girl's teddy bear.
From one to ten, counting is featured in this swimmy, finny underwater concept book. With opposites (short/long), descriptions (yellow/blue), action words (swim/dive), and rhyme, a lot of language arts fill this lively lake.
Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots—an important first math experience.
This title features plural words and idiomatic expressions. It explores the difference between real and pretend and engages young children in selecting appropriate clothing for wet weather.
In this book, kids encounter the words “stop” and “go” in many settings. A teacher says, “Go!” to children ready to race. A mother says, “Stop!” to her son as he jumps on his bed.
Max and Sarah Build a Snowman teaches numbers and counting within the context of the familiar hide-and-seek game.