Underwater Counting: Even Numbers

Underwater Counting Even Numbers There s something fishy about this book Facts and figures to fill an ocean Learn to count from zero to fifty counting even numbers by two Sound complicated Not so with page after page of unique and

  • Title: Underwater Counting: Even Numbers
  • Author: Jerry Pallotta
  • ISBN: 9780881068009
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s something fishy about this book .Facts and figures to fill an ocean Learn to count from zero to fifty, counting even numbers by two Sound complicated Not so, with page after page of unique and fascinating sea creatures to discover Four odd looking Clown Triggerfish help make counting fun and, although they have been extinct for millions of years, you can coThere s something fishy about this book .Facts and figures to fill an ocean Learn to count from zero to fifty, counting even numbers by two Sound complicated Not so, with page after page of unique and fascinating sea creatures to discover Four odd looking Clown Triggerfish help make counting fun and, although they have been extinct for millions of years, you can count thirty two fierce looking Elasmosaurs.Jerry Pallotta s signature kid friendly text, packed with fun facts, makes learning a kid s favorite pastime With fun and informative books such as UNDERWATER COUNTING, kids like fish are sure to stay in school.Breathtaking and distinctive illustrations bring the vivid hues of the deep sea and the gentle green blues of the sun lit ocean s surface to life UNDERWATER COUNTING will spark the interest of budding oceanographers and mathematicians.

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    1. This book is going to be a reminder to pay more attention to authors and titles since I was actually pleasantly surprised to see this is one of my favorite childrens' author who wrote this book (I guess I am just more used to his alphabet books while reading this is actually my first reading of any of his counting books). Children will love this book, especially if they are already fans of his alphabet books for the book follows the same format although with numbers. The book dives into the worl [...]

    2. Underwater Counting is a number book and a concept book. I waited a bit to give this book to my four-year-old son because I thought he might find it confusing: With exception of 0 and 1, this book counts to 50 by twos. When I did give him this book, however, he recognized the numbers up to 30. I know he doesn't understand the counting-by-twos concept right now, that will come in time, but he does recognize the numbers. The facts in this book are interesting enough to engage the adult readers, an [...]

    3. There are tons of counting books out there but this book focuses on counting by twos and goes all the way up to 50. This concept is not appropriate for younger preschoolers but the pictures are pretty and describe the different creatures that live in the ocean so it is perfect for the letter "U" or any unit dealing with the ocean. Lots of things to discover on each page should evoke lots of discussion.

    4. Okay I learned alot about different species of fish, but then a page on sea turtles was interjected as well as one on fishing bats. I am still wondering why it was called a counting book as one really doesn't see the purpose of the counting with all of the info given about fish species. Also the illustrations well bright were difficult to count to determine if there were actually that particular number on the page

    5. This is a book about counting even numbers. Each page has a different underwater creature and a short snippet of information about them. This would be great for kids who love fish or the sea. Using this as a tool, I would recommend it for 1-2nd grade. However, I can see this book just being in a classroom library at any elementary grade level!

    6. Readers go underwater to count many differents kinds of fish and marine life. The book provides storylike facts about the fish in each picture, explaining physical attributes of every creature. Students could draw a number of their own favorite animals, telling how many they drew and giving a detail description of their animals in a storylike fashion.

    7. This book was okay. Some of the pictures were scary though. And I'm not sure the even number thing was necessarily a winning idea. I mean do they really expect us to count to 22, 24, 26 on each page? Takes much too long I think - well if you are counting with a new counter that is.

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