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|Counting in the tundra 1-2-3|
Author: Murray, Aaron R.
Explores some of the plants and animals that live in the tundra while counting to ten.
All About Counting In The Biomes
Common Core Standards
Grade K → Math → K.CC Counting & Cardinality
School Library Journal (11/01/12)
Full Text Reviews:
School Library Journal - 11/01/2012 PreS-K—These small books ask children to count to 10. Each number is given its own spread. A colorful photo of creatures, objects, landscapes, or plants on the left faces a large number with a description, such as "Five eggs" or "Two big claws." The objects to count vary: sometimes children count whole animals, but other times they count parts, such as cactus arms or paws. These titles are so basic that students will have no trouble using them on their own, except for the couple of photos where the animals are close together and one may be missed at first pass. Many of the stock photos are captioned and show natural wildlife scenes. These volumes may give new readers additional opportunities to learn their numbers, but they're not particularly notable. - Copyright 2012 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.