A splashy, colorful, rhythmic illustration of numbers 1-10 in both English and Spanish
Introduction to and definition of the number three.
Introduction to and definition of the number four.
Introduction to and definition of the number five.
Introduction and definition of the number six.
Introduction and definition of the number seven.
Introduction and definition of the number ten.
Introduction and definition of the number one.
Introduction to and definition of the number two.
Someone stole a cake from the cake contest--who could it be? Twelve animal bakers are potential suspects but Detective Duck uses his deductive reasoning skills to "quack" the case. After all, the thief left hairs behind so the thief wasn't a bird. Follow along as he subtracts each suspect one at a time to reveal just who the culprit was. This clever story will have children of all ages giggling at the puns and the play on words.
Brian RockSherry RogersAlguien se robó un pastel del concurso de pasteles—¿quién puede ser? Doce animales pasteleros son los posibles sospechosos pero el detective Pato utiliza sus habilidades de razonamiento deductivo para resolver “el caso”. Después de todo, el ladrón ha dejado un rastro de “pelos” así que, no puede ser un ave. Sigue la historia mientras el detective descarta a cada sospechoso, uno a la vez, para descubrir quién fue el culpable. Esta ingeniosa historia tendrá a los niños de todas las edades riéndose de los juegos de palabras.
Jump like a squirrel, dunk like a raccoon, and - uh-oh - watch out for the skunk! Children learn the ways of forest animals to the rhythm of "Over in the Meadow" in this delightful introduction to the woodland habitat. They will also count the babies and search for hidden animals. And when they see how each illustration is made from cut paper, they may be inspired to try cut-paper art, too.
Aprenda los nombres de los animales en el zoológico y también practique los números. (Learn the names of the zoo animals and practice counting, too!) Children love to visit the zoo to see all of the animals. Now children can walk through the zoo and count from one to ten with lions, monkeys, elephants, kangaroos and more! Young readers will recognize word patterns and find it easy to read along to this vibrantly-illustrated book. And, aspiring mathematicians will count from one to ten and start to recognize number words, too! Learn simple English words and phrases with the corresponding version At The Zoo.
Count up and down for Halloween fun! This humorous, rhyming book invites readers to count eerie party guests (1 to 10) as they arrive at the haunted house of the ghost. When the partygoers are frightened by a group of young trick-or-treaters, readers count backwards as the guests depart. A surprise ending offers a delightfully spooky twist. Filled with Halloween party traditions, Iza Trapani's playful art is a treat for all. This book is good for your brain because: Halloween Customs and Traditions, Math/Counting
The bears are back in this sequel to the popular Teddy Bear Counting. Thsi time they take math tot he next level, exploring graphing, estimation, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and ordinal numbers. Playful rhymes and hands-on interaction make this book perfect for use with bear counters and other classroom manipulatives.
Zero is lonely in Digitaria. He can't play Addemup with the other numbers, because he has nothing to add. Join Zero as he goes on a journey to discover his place.
Step up to the plate with this counting book about America's favorite pastime. The Baseball Counting Book is spring training for little sluggers. The count is zero to zero when the ump calls, "Play ball!" Nine innings later we've counted balls, strikes, players, fans, and more, all the way to twenty. No one strikes out with these fun rhymes. Little leaguers will find themselves counting their way through practice and pointing out all the new things they've learned about this great game when they watch the pro's on TV or at the parks. Early readers will hit a home run with this charming counting book.
Quack! Quack! Wibble-wobble! Wibble-wobble! Follow the six little ducks as they venture out on their own without the watchful eye of their mother! The classic children's song is now a favorite story.
Lee la historia. ¡Luego canta la historia! ¿Qué sucederá cuando los ositos se abracen, se rían, y se revuelquen en una cama cómoda y grande? Los niños se divertirán mientras aprenden a contar de 1 a 10 con este libro atractivamente ilustrado. (What happens when the little bears cuddle, laugh, and roll over in the big comfy bed? Children will laugh as they learn to count from 1 to 10 in this delightfully illustrated book.)
Discover the concepts of big and little with colorful pictures and big bold words that provide readers with examples of things that are large and small. A language arts connection is provided with vocabulary related to size.