Learn to count with animals from around the world.
What time do you eat? What time do you play? Learn how to tell time during the day.
There are many patterns at the beach. See if you can find them!
Learn to count with your favorite fruits!
Learn to count with toys from home!
Everybody wants to ride in Mrs. Kangaroo's pouch. Will there be room for her joey?
What time do the animals eat? Read this book to find out.
What is on the desk? How will these things be sorted?
People sell things for money at tag sales. What type of coins do you see?
Playtime is fun time. What do you like to play at home?
It's fun to count. It's even more fun to count with someone you love!
How many animal babies can you count?
What can you count in your bedroom?
Can you count to ten on your fingers? Can you count to ten on your toes?
What time do we eat? What time do we sing? Read this book to find out.
A simple overview of adjectives--the words that describe nouns--including their uses in sentences, their common and proper types, and how to spot articles and different forms.
A simple overview of nouns--the words that name things--including their uses in sentences, their common and proper types, and how to spot singular and plural forms.
A simple overview of verbs--the words that tell what subjects do--including their uses in sentences, their tenses and person, and how to match them with singular and plural nouns.
Who better to introduce babies to the alphabet than Sheree Fitch? In Peek-a-Little Boo twenty-six babies and toddlers from all over the world romp and revel in the twists and turns of language, real and imagined. The story is as multicultural as the alphabet will allow it to be. The pictures are big, bright and bold. And the language is guaranteed to appeal to babies' ears and grown ups' tongues.
Alligator decides what he will do at various times of the day. This story teaches the concept of time with a clock on each page showing what time of day each question is asked.
This is a delightfully messy story of making mud pies. Introduces some measurement tools such as rulers and yardsticks.
From A to Z--from alligator to zebra--young readers will learn the alphabet while they learn the names and a few facts about the animals.
Bunny, Charlie's favorite toy, learns about life from the boy who takes him everywhere. When Charlie plays the tuba, Bunny learns about LOUD; when they play doctor, Bunny learns about OUCH; when they eat dinner, Bunny learns about MESSY.
Describe the world around you by using the concepts heavy and light, big and little, long and short, etc.
Piggies plot a peculiar path. Two little piggies run amok on the farm, as they travel from the pumpkin patch, through the garden, into the black bull's pen, and back to mama pig in time for a nap. The piggies' antics introduce young readers to prepositions of direction. Alliteration, assonance, and rhyme in each of the three stanzas make for a great read-aloud. Young and old alike will laugh out loud at the antics of these mischievous, fun-loving piggies. This book is good for your brain because: Strong picture/text support, Vocabulary development, Directional words, Mapping skills, Figurative language, Life Science, Organisms and their environments