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Nature by the Numbers: With Pop-Up Surprises

3.2  ·  Rating details ·  5 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Informative and entertaining, this delightful pop-up book brings the beauty and wonder of nature's transformations vividly to life.
Hardcover, 12 pages
Published April 1st 1994 by Little Simon (first published 1994)
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Melanie, Aaron, Annie, and Mary Project
Nature By The Numbers
By Lynette Ruschak
Illustrations By GB McIntosh
Grade Levels: app. PreK-1
DRA/Lexile Measure/GLE: n/a
Reviewed By Aaron Carter

What's nice about this book is that it teaches numbers while also incorporating science. Each page begins with the number, which is shown in two ways. First, it is displayed in large numeral form atop the pop-up flap, and it is also spelled out when used as the first word of the accompanying sentence. As for the science aspect, each number references the
Dearborn Public Library Youth Services
Not the best for a read to groups. I used this with 4-5 year old preschoolers. The big number are a little distracting. The kids are more focuse on the numbers than with figuring out the transistion. Would be a good book for one-on-one sharing with a nature loving kid.
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