The little green witch has a problem: her lazy monster friends just won't help her make a horrible pumpkin pie. Not ghost, nor bat, nor gremlin. Barbara McGrath's feisty retelling of "The Little Red Hen," with Martha Alexander's charming illustrations, is the perfect choice for Halloween fun.
Who will help the little red elf prepare for Christmas? This clever retelling of "The Little Red Hen" features a little red elf and her lazy friends: the hare, the penguin, and the reindeer. When the cheerful elf can't get help planting the pinecones or decorating the Christmas tree, she knows just how to reward her friends.
Bears tumble in! Count teddy bears from one to twelve, name their colors, and even form three primary shapes--square, circle, and triangle. Then count down to zero as the bears trot away. Back matter includes a review of the counting and math skills presented. Perfect for use with bear counters and other classroom manipulatives.
In this follow-up to TEDDY BEAR COUNTING and TEDDY BEAR MATH, kids will be jumping, wriggling, and spinning as they practice their math skills. In Simon Says-like fashion children are asked to moo like cows, fly like planes and pat their heads while they count, add, sort, and subtract. The hands-on interaction makes math exciting for young learners and teachers will find this book perfect for use with bear counters or other classroom manipulatives....
As the McGrath Math series continues, the cute and bouncy teddies introduce subtraction to young readers. Great for in-class use with popular bear manipulatives, simple verse and bright colors make math and subtraction as easy as 3-2-1!
Five little penguins are content in the cold--until they spot a menacing mammal!
With a rhyming narrative that counts to five, adorable penguins are soaring--or flying--through the sea, trying to elude a lurking creature. But as young readers of this charming tale will discover, a friendly seal is only looking to play a game of tag.
The bears are back in this sequel to the popular TEDDY BEAR COUNTING. This time they take math to the next level, exploring graphing, estimation, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and ordinal numbers. Playful rhymes and hands-on interaction make this book perfect for use with bear counters and other classroom manipulatives.
Step up to the plate with this counting book about America's favorite pastime. THE BASEBALL COUNTING BOOK is spring training for little sluggers. The count is zero to zero when the ump calls, "Play ball!" Nine innings later we've counted balls, strikes, players, fans, and more, all the way to twenty. No one strikes out with these fun rhymes. Little leaguers will find themselves counting their way through practice and pointing out all the new things...
Perfect for soccer stars, this book features simple rhymes to help young readers count to fifteen. One ball, two keepers, three referees, and more add up to a great game.
Includes information about the history and rules of soccer.
English/Spanish bilingual edition: Perfect for soccer stars, this book features simple rhymes to help young readers count to fifteen. One ball, two keepers, three referees, and more add up to a great game. Includes information about the history and rules of soccer.
The teddy bears are back-this time to teach readers all about patterns. Similar to the first three books in the McGrath Math series of concept books, TEDDY BEAR PATTERNS uses rhyming verse to explain the concepts illustrated by the colorful teddies. This simple text helps children to follow along as the teddy bears sort by color, and arrange into patterns of two colors, three colors, and so on. Readers will also discover how they can use patterns...