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Chloe Counting Jamaica by 3s

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Chloe is back, and this time she’s counting the wonders of the beautiful island of Jamaica.

Follow along as Chloe and her family vacation and experience much of what the country has to offer. Not only will the reader learn about Jamaica, but they will do it while skip counting by 3s! Skip counting has many benefits to learners, such as number learning, addition, subtractio
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Published February 2020 by sHjStories
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Nov 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This is a very personal story I was looking for some children books to gift it to a little cousin who is just 5-7 years of age with a little more than just fantasy stories so I came across this book called "Chloe Counting Jamaica by 3s". Talking about the title of the book it's based on the previous book which the has written also the 3s in the title is for the difference and the sequence which is perfectly relevant. Talking about the cover of the book I really like the vibe that outer cover gav ...more
Mar 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I loved how this book blended so much together in order to tell a picturesque story about a young girl's trip to Jamaica. I would definitely use this in my classroom to help children understand the connection between multiple subjects and the world outside of school. Also, I throughly appreciated the appendices at the end of the book that included terminology as well as real photographs taken by the author to help continue learning outside of the book's pages. ...more
Sharifa Anozie
Jul 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Jamaica For Me Please!

Loved this book! So different from much of what we’ve been reading lately. It’s a great way to teach children about another country (Jamaica) and talk about all of the things Chloe sees and does which encompass much of Jamaica’s culture. Then add in the skip counting , which makes the book truly unique. Awesome way to teach your children math as well. The legend in the back with the Jamaican words was a nice touch too.
Vicky Weber
Feb 20, 2021 rated it really liked it
Great concept

I loved the writing and the idea for this book but I wasn’t a fan of the illustrations or the book’s layout. This is a story I could read aloud to my classroom and they’d enjoy but especially with learning about Jamaica, more detailed, professional illustrations would have taken this book from
“good” to “great”
Cindy Shirley
May 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great read for kids!

This book is an excellent source of information about Jamaica including a reference guide at the end. I love how the author placed different ways of counting 3's throughout the book. Kids will learn lots of interesting facts about the culture, and language of Jamaica as they read along. Great idea for a children's book.
Mar 15, 2020 rated it really liked it

Love reading books from this author. My children enjoy each story and I have a fun time rereading it to them. What a great way for kids to think about 3s and learning about another country at the same time.
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