Counting in the Rain Forest
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Counting in the Rain Forest

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How many eyes does a chameleon have? How many colors is the kookaburra? Find out in COUNTING IN THE RAIN FOREST! In a question and answer format, learn about the rain forest while counting plants, animals, and more!
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 1st 2008 by Enslow Elementary
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Lauren Owens
Need a book that integrates science and math? This book does just that. It is a counting book from one to ten that uses different living things in rain forests. Each page has its highlighted number above the fun facts about each feature of the rain forest the number is representing. This is a very easy read and the pictures are very engaging.

ELL Connection: The photographs in this book are of real creatures in the rain forest. Having such real life visuals have a high potential of capturing the...more
Sue Pak
Another book to integrate math and science.
This book focuses on animals that live in the rain forest. It identifies a feature of each animal and counts them in order from least to greatest. It also gives you information on each animal that it identifies.

I would use this book mainly for science if I were going over a lesson of different biomes and habitats.I would not read this book aloud, but I would have it on my bookshelf for the children to look at. Math is in this book by counting the numbe...more
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African-American children's book writer, known for his collaboration with his wife, Patricia C. McKissack, on over a hundred books for children about the history of African Americans.

Husband of author Patricia C. McKissack
Father of author Fredrick L. McKissack Jr.
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