1001 Animales Que Buscar

1001 Animales Que Buscar

by Gillian Doherty

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Children's Literature
In this extraordinary counting book, children have the opportunity to both practice their counting skills and learn the names of some new and exciting animals. On each page a landscape scene greets readers. There are, just to name a few, scenes of a farm, a desert, the North Pole, a forest, a swamp, a garden, and a mountain. Each scene contains ten types of animals along the outer edges of the book along with a number next to each animal. The number indicates how many animals of that type may be found in the scene. It is up to the reader to try and find them all. In addition to counting animals on each page, readers are also encouraged to look for Leo, an illustrator who can always be found hiding among the animals and painting them. The final two pages of the book have additional activities. One portrays several of the animals Leo has painted and asks readers to go back through the book to find them. The second activity contains circles with part of an animal in it. Readers must them discover what kind of the animal is in each circle. Beautifully illustrated, this book would work on an individual basis or in a classroom setting. Teachers could even present one scene at a time for students to practice their counting skills. 2002, Usborne Publishing,
— Ramirose Ilene Attebury

Product Details

EDC Publishing
Publication date:
1001 Things to Spot Series
Edition description:
Spanish Language Edition
Product dimensions:
9.06(w) x 10.56(h) x 0.11(d)
Age Range:
3 - 7 Years

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