Count along with the Ten Little Monsters in this action-packed, counting rhyme adventure! Ten Little Monsters are going trick-or-treating ... But what will the Ten Little Monsters do when they meet a wailing ghost? Two creepy witches? And a GIANT SPIDER? Part traditional counting rhyme, part fun-filled story, Ten Little Monsters is perfect for sharing together. Read the bouncy rhyming story. Count from ten to one and back again, as the Little Monsters disappear then reappear. Spot and count the details on each page. And join in with all the great sound-words! The Ten Little series has sold over a million copies worldwide, and Ten Little Bookworms is a 2019 World Book Day pick.
Children will love to read the amusing rhyming tale, and watch in delight as a naughty, little monster disappears each time a page is turned.The humorous illustrations and surprise pop-up ending ensure that this book is destined to become a firm favourite!
There is not a more thrilling way to learn your numbers than to count zombies! One little, two little, three little zombies...four little, five little, six little vampires...seven little, eight little, nine little werewolves...all are on their way to school. It's a school day for the monsters and we need your help counting them! A darling count along book for monster lovers.
Release on 2011-08-02 | by Ed Emberley,Rebecca Emberley
Author: Ed Emberley,Rebecca Emberley
Pubpsher: Roaring Brook Press
Category: Juvenile Fiction
If there's one thing beasties love to do, it's dance! When one little beastie is joined by two little, three little, and more little beasties, we count UP until there's a party on the page. But when one of the little beastie starts trouble, it's time to start counting DOWN.
Written specifically for bedtime, this story is full of magic, big paws, fluffy fur and little claws! Weaving a journey from lively beginning to gentle end, the 10 minute countdown to bed is at the heart of this enchanting story. But will Belch the monster get to bed on time? This beautifully illustrated picture book is the perfect length for sending little ones off to sleep.
Learn to count from ten to one and back again with this rhythmic, rhyming space adventure! Don't miss the latest book in the bestselling Ten Little series. Join the Ten Little Aliens as they jet off through space in search of a new home - discovering fiery planets, fizzing comets and some very strange space creatures! Ten Little Aliens need a place to stay. Searching through the universe, home is far away. Look - a sun with planets! Should they take a peep? Ten Little Aliens all say, "SQUEEP!" The Ten Little series has sold over a million copies worldwide and Ten Little Bookworms is a 2019 World Book Day pick. Look out for more books in the series: Ten Little Pirates Ten Little Princesses Ten Little Monsters Ten Little Dinosaurs Ten Little Elves Ten Little Superheroes Ten Little Robots Praise for the other Ten Little books: 'a rollicking read with an easy rhythm and jaunty illustrations...excellent' Guardian 'jaunty verse with lots of humorous details to discover on every page' Time Out 'roaringly funny rhymes' Independent
Release on 2013-06-20 | by Carole Skinner,Judith Dancer
An Active Approach to Number, Shape and Measures in the Early Years
Author: Carole Skinner,Judith Dancer
Pubpsher: A&C Black
Foundations of Mathematics outlines seven strands of practice which underpin successful mathematical development inchildren aged 3-7. Early years mathematics specialists, Carole and Judith, draw on their experience of working with early years practitioners, including consultants and advisers, across the UK and internationally. The book is completely up-to-date and embeds the Revised Early Years Foundation Stage throughout the book. The book brims with multi-sensory ideas that will trigger children's curiosity, measuring using sand mousse, hunting for buried treasure and building secret dens outdoors. There are: - activities that involve playing and exploring,- games to make learning active, and- experiences to develop creative and critical thinking. Alongside these practical experiences and activities are clear explanations of the reasoning behind the ideas with clear guidance on the role of the practitioner and 'Home Challenges' to promote the engagement of families. The authors provide straightforward advice to support the development of a mathematically-enriched learning environment and ideas to help children transfer learning into their own child-initiated play, to build a genuine and solid foundation for mathematics.
Release on 1998-06-01 | by Diana Tomko,Joel Kupperstein,Karl Edwards
Author: Diana Tomko,Joel Kupperstein,Karl Edwards
Pubpsher: Creative Teaching Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Repetitive, predictable story lines and illustrations that match the text provide maximum support to the emergent reader. Engaging stories promote reading comprehension, and easy and fun activities on the inside back covers extend learning. Great for Reading First, Fluency, Vocabulary, Text Comprehension, and ESL/ELL!