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Counting Cockatoos By Stella Blackstone,

  • Title: Counting Cockatoos
  • Author: Stella Blackstone
  • ISBN: 9781846860614
  • Page: 346
  • Format: Board Book
  • Counting Cockatoos features tumbling tigers, happy hippos, rumbling rhinos, and It introduces plenty of different animals, and encourages reader interaction with two cockatoos hidden on every page.
    Counting Cockatoos Counting Cockatoos features tumbling tigers happy hippos rumbling rhinos and It introduces plenty of different animals and encourages reader interaction with two cockatoos hidden on every page

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    1. I LOVE this book and my toddler loves it too He is learning to count so this is perfect the cockatoos are hidden in each page but there are always two to find, in addition to cute paintings of tigers, hippos, etc Very nicely illustrated

    2. i think this would work well with pre k children, but the man theme of counting the tiny cockatoos on each page makes it better for caregivers reading with children than a storytime bookmodifying it by removing the counting cockatoos element entirely could make it suitable for a toddler storytime, i think

    3. Introduces the numbers one through twelve by counting different types of animals, with two cockatoos concealed on each page for the reader to find.Beautiful illustrations and it could be good for preschoolers to find the cockatoos, for the younger ones you could just do the animals counting In the back there are some additional counting challenges

    4. From the same author as Octopus Opposites Counting Cockatoos doesn t quite measure up to it But the illustrations use the same bold, water colors and my 1 2 year old has funning counting finding the cocatoos on each page.

    5. Colorful counting book set in the jungle with two cockatoos looking at the jungle animals and you will be looking for the not so apparent cockatoos in each double spread illustration.But, why, was it counting to 12 instead of 10 which is what our number system is based on

    6. My daughter likes looking for the hidden cockatoos and I like the colorful illustrations.A beautiful early counting book The matching floor puzzle has very large sturdy pieces It is a great complement to the book.Both items are available at donna lee randhawarefootboo

    7. Beautifully illustrated, this book introduces littles to exotic animals and helps them to learn tc count as well I love the little cockatoos on each page.

    8. Beautifully illustrated, this book introduces littles to exotic animals and helps them to learn tc count as well I love the little cockatoos on each page.

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