1,2,3 Animals!: A First Counting Book for Toddlers
Illustrated By: Sarah Rebar
Stock No: WW6115808
1,2,3 Animals!: A First Counting Book for Toddlers  -     By: Bethany Lake
    Illustrated By: Sarah Rebar

1,2,3 Animals!: A First Counting Book for Toddlers

Illustrated By: Sarah Rebar
Rockridge Press / 2020 / Paperback

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When it’s time to teach your toddler to count, the host of friendly animals and catchy rhymes in this book makes it easy. 1, 2, 3 Animals! will give your child the building blocks for math success through a fun, engaging story and child-friendly drawings. Watch your young one develop a love for numbers as the animals put on their show.  Each page offers multiple opportunities to count each number in the correct order until they make it to the big 1-0 and then count down from 10 to 1. Diagrams like tally marks and dominoes help youngsters visualize each number. 48 pages, softcover. Ages 1 – 3.

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Title: 1,2,3 Animals!: A First Counting Book for Toddlers
By: Bethany Lake
Illustrated By: Sarah Rebar
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.0 X 8.0 (inches)
Weight: 5 ounces
ISBN: 1646115805
ISBN-13: 9781646115808
Ages: 0-3
Stock No: WW6115808

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Get ready to count cute animals—number fun for ages 0 to 3

When it's time to teach your toddler to count, the host of friendly animals, visualization techniques, and catchy rhymes in this book makes it easy. 1, 2, 3 Animals! is a standout among counting books for toddlers and will give your child the building blocks for math success through a fun, engaging story and adorable drawings.

A step above other counting books for toddlers, this one has it all. Watch your young one develop a love for numbers as the animals put on their show! Each page offers multiple opportunities to count each number, and do it in the correct order as they make it to the big 1-0.

Go beyond other counting books for toddlers:
  • Forward and backward—The pages are in sequential order from 1 to 10, with the last few pages instructing them how to count down from 10 to 1.
  • Rhyming narrative—The simple and fun prompts are part of a captivating story that will keep toddlers engaged and wanting to learn more.
  • Striking pictures—Within the world of counting books for toddlers, this one has vivid illustrations that will hold your kid's interest until they're counting a master.

When it comes to counting books for toddlers, 1, 2, 3 Animals! has what your little one needs to learn in an easy and fun way.

Author Bio

Bethany Lake is a former classroom teacher turned homeschool mom who specializes in math education. On her website, MathGeekMama.com, she shares easy, engaging, and meaningful ways to instill a love and excitement for math in every child.

Editorial Reviews

"Bethany Lake knows how to make math fun and engaging! Each beautifully illustrated page is packed with various strategies of introducing number concepts and laying the foundation of number sense by way of the written number, visualizing, seeing numbers in patterns, and different counting opportunities. This book has found its place in this grandmother’s playroom bookshelves!" —Paula S. Maupin, retired classroom teacher and administrator, Washington County, Tennessee, schools and grandmother of three
"Bethany Lake's 1, 2, 3, Animals! is a fun and beautifully illustrated counting book that offers differentiated learners access to counting to ten and back down. This is a counting book for every beginning math learner—one that every teacher should have on hand!" —Lee Ann Jenkins, Special Education Interventionist
"Every child learning to count needs to read this lovely book! Bethany’s book is cleverly written. I love how she weaves in teaching numbers and counting skills with a cute story about animals. I can’t wait to share this book with parents and early childhood educators!" —Angela Thayer, founder of TeachingMama.org

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