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.
This simple, charming book will have children counting, moving, and learning! Quirky characters Ink, Wink, and Blink shake their heads, touch the ground, stand up, sit down, and jump all around. Kids everywhere will want to join the fun.
Count on big entertainment as kids discover dozens of ways to reach the number twelve—from six apple pies plus six peach pies to half a dozen acrobats with twelve legs in the air.
Buzzy and his friends are learning what it means to have one, some, many, or lots and lots—an important first math experience.
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.
More is better! Natalie Marshalls goofy monsters made their debut in a book about monsters and manners - Monster Be Good! This time, its monsters and math, as every monster-member of this funny, grumpy, not-too-scary gang counts jelly beans, teddy bears, apples, donuts, toys, and even kisses. What do they all have in common? They all want ONE MORE! As each monster gets his wish, kids can chime in with the new number that ONE MORE adds up to. When the next-to-last monster gets TEN goodnight kisses, ONE mom-ster hug is just enough to cap off this tale of merry monster-math! Entertaining as it educates, Monster Needs One More! offers a perfect primer for introducing preschoolers to counting and addition. Who could ask for more?
What will peck and poke, and swim, or fly, or wobble out of each egg? Ten spreads with gatefolds and a dramatic fold-out finale lead young readers from a single penguin egg to an ostrich's clutch of ten. Throughout, kids expand their grasp of nature - animals who hatch from eggs, their birthing environments, and what they're like when newly hatched.
Max and Sarah Build a Snowman teaches numbers and counting within the context of the familiar hide-and-seek game.
Teachers and parents of ESL students will cheer when they discover the Hola, English! series, as will those seeking to expose English-speaking kids to Spanish. Ten Little Fish combines numbers with simple adjectives (fish above, fish below; seven fish, fast and slow) and simple verbs (swim and dive fish, here are five fish).