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What Comes in 2's, 3's, and 4's?
This picture book presents the set number concept through pictures of everyday objects. A good choice for pre-school storytime as well as for class units on number readiness.--School Library Journal. Full color.
Hardcover, 34 pages
Published August 1st 1992 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
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This is an informative book about things in our world that come in 2's (eyes, feet, hands, legs, arms, etc.), 3's (stop lights, tricycles, etc.), and 4's (wheels on a car, chair legs, table legs, etc.). I like the illustrations in this book, because children can point to each object and count the number of things (e.g. point to car and count the wheels, point to stop light and count the lights).It is a good way to incorporate counting into real life, and will encourage children to make ...more
This is a great book for younger children that are just learning to read and learning their numbers. It relates these simple numbers to simple things that are apart of our day like bread, how many meals we have and how many wheels are on a car. The pictures are also great for the younger ages as they are full of primary colors and intriguing images. I think as a teacher it is important to learn these basic concepts in a book like this so that we can extend the learning as far as possible. So ...more
This book encourages students to count various objects that are grouped in small amounts. The objects that are grouped are interesting for students of all ages. This book is also great for students in the primary grades because it focuses on understanding what grouping consist of and how to us it in every day life. Teachers can also implement a vocabulary test because the book has a rich vocabulary.
This book provides examples of items that have 2 sides, 3 sides, and 4 sides. This book uses items children see everyday as the examples. It is a good book to read to the children and have them count sides of things in the classroom or at home.