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How Many Snails?: A Counting Book epub ebook

by Donald Crews,Paul Giganti

How Many Snails?: A Counting Book epub ebook

Author: Donald Crews,Paul Giganti
Category: Early Learning
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwillow (August 1, 1988)
ISBN: 0688063705
ISBN13: 978-0688063702
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 936
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How Many Snails?: A Count. has been added to your Cart. This book is great for reading to one or two, but not a group. The pictures are to be discussed from many points of view.

How Many Snails?: A Count. It's great to open discussion and talk about numbers.

How Many Snails? book. Author: Paul Giganti. Illustrator: Donald Crews. Genre: Counting Book. Theme(s): Numbers, Animals, Counting. Opening line/sentence: I went walking and I wondered: How many clouds were there? Brief Book Summary: This book is a counting book that travels to different places. It uses counting to help tell the stories. Some of the places traveled were the ocean and counting starfish, the garden and counting snails, the toy store and counting trucks.

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Giganti, Paul; Crews, Donald, ill. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

How Many Snails?: A Counting Book. by Paul Giganti Jr. · Donald Crews. Donald J. Trump's Recommended Reading. 189. Index In 1997, reading his book The Art Think Like a Champion. A series of simple questions directs young readers to determine the differences between seemingly similar objects, encouraging them to develop powers of observation, discrimination, and visual analysis. There's plenty of opportunity to practice counting, Flying. Trump: The Art of the Deal. 4 MB·42,691 Downloads.

A Counting Book (Counting Books (Greenwillow Books)): Paul Giganti, Donald Crews. How Many Snails?: A Counting Book (Counting Books (Greenwillow Books)), gardens and garden life with fiction, non fiction, art and projects, great book picks. How Many Snails? giganti Ho A series of simple questions directs young readers to determine the differences between seemingly similar objects, encouraging them to develop powers of observation, discrimination, and visual analysis.

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Instead of simply counting cupcakes or dogs or starfish, this book requires a child to notice small details of the objects and count different subsets of them. For the toy page for example, the child is asked to count all trucks, firetrucks only, and finally, fire trucks with ladders. The brightly colored illustrations are a pleasure, adding to the appeal of this fun and unusual counting book. perfect for preschool.

Paul Giganti, Donald Crews. There's plenty of opportunity to practice counting, too (but that's just the beginning!). With eye-catching, bold illustrations by a two-time Caldecott Honor-Book recipient. Each Orange Had 8 Slices. by Paul, Jr. Giganti and Donald Crews. Images courtesy of publishers, organizations, and sometimes their Twitter handles. Paul, Jr. Giganti has Collaborated With.

A young child takes walks to different places and wonders about the amount and variety of things seen on the way
Reviews (7)
Rgia
Kids loved it.

Kezan
Son is in first grade and he blew through this book (he's above average). Only the last few pages stumped him but overall it was a terrific purchase. The concept is really sweet, colors vibrant. The child will really have to use his/her conceptual thinking to solve the answers. That made it fun for my son too. He especially loved the cupcake page.

Vertokini
This book is great for reading to one or two, but not a group. The pictures are to be discussed from many points of view. It's great to open discussion and talk about numbers.

Mave
This book is great for counting and sorting.

Velellan
This book is fun! The text is very simple and strightforward. Clearly it is the math concepts that rule here. Preschool aged children get experience in counting groups of objects and also sorting things by characteristics. For example, the first question is, "How many snails?" and the second question would be, "How many snails with swirled shells?"
This book covers early childhood math concepts efficiently and in an engaging way. Highly recommended.

Jozrone
Ok. My children read it once and never again. I think there too many pictures on one page.

Original
In my Kindergarten classroom.

A gift - sometimes grandparents don't get feedback ourselves

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