One Sheep, Two Sheep: A Book of Collective Nouns

One Sheep Two Sheep A Book of Collective Nouns Simple sweet and utterly charming this is a book that will teach little ones about basic collectives This adorable counting book includes pictures of children dressed up as their favorite animals s

  • Title: One Sheep, Two Sheep: A Book of Collective Nouns
  • Author: Patricia Byers Tamsin Ainslie
  • ISBN: 9781921541452
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Simple, sweet, and utterly charming, this is a book that will teach little ones about basic collectives This adorable counting book includes pictures of children dressed up as their favorite animals such as geese, butterflies, kangaroos, and frogs to help teach young ones counting terms Laid out in accessible two page spreads, each section includes animals in ones, twos,Simple, sweet, and utterly charming, this is a book that will teach little ones about basic collectives This adorable counting book includes pictures of children dressed up as their favorite animals such as geese, butterflies, kangaroos, and frogs to help teach young ones counting terms Laid out in accessible two page spreads, each section includes animals in ones, twos, and then an entire group for example, One fish, two fish, and a school of fish With simple and colorful pictures accompanying the educational text, this is a fun and useful tool for any child to learn basic collective terminology.

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    1. I am fascinated by collective(group) nouns, but the idea illustrated in this title not so much. Instead of using illustrations of the actual animals, the illustrations use whimsical children playing dress up as the particular animal. This is a title from Australia and perhaps I am missing some thing on a cross cultural basis. I did learn that a group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope, but a group of children is called a party? I am scratching my head on that one.

    2. This simple yet exciting book teaches children about collective nouns. Every two pages of the book is dedicated to a different animal. On one page, the animal is presented by itself, with the animal standing by itself. The next page contains the same animal in a pair of two and in a group of three or more animals ("One fish, two fish, and a school of fish"). This text is a counting book that will help children learn to count and to begin to use basic collective nouns and plural nouns to describe [...]

    3. Text: 3 starsIllustrations: 4 starsShort nonfiction picture book portraying a number of collective nouns (i.e. "a flock of sheep," "a pride of lions," etc.). Focuses specifically on animals. Illustrations depict young children dressed up as the animal discussed on each page spread. Conveys the idea that collective terms describe more than two of the same item.

    4. A brief read that could accompany a discussion on collective nouns or what different groups of animals are called, like a pride of lions or a gaggle of geese.

    5. This books is great for teaching about nouns as well as counting. Appropriate for 2nd grade through 4th grade.

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