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I Can Add
     

I Can Add

by Anna Nilsen, Mandy Stanley (Illustrator)
 
I Can Add provides a step-by-step introduction to an essential arithmetic skill in a creative and engaging format. Each brightly illustrated stack of cards offers a series of flip-card games that gradually increase in complexity. New skills such as adding identical or similar objects, recognizing numbers and symbols, and adding colored shapes are introduced in

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I Can Add provides a step-by-step introduction to an essential arithmetic skill in a creative and engaging format. Each brightly illustrated stack of cards offers a series of flip-card games that gradually increase in complexity. New skills such as adding identical or similar objects, recognizing numbers and symbols, and adding colored shapes are introduced in sequence, making it easy for anyone to make the transition from counting to adding. Durable double-spiral binding keeps parts from getting lost. Perfect for taking on trips. Divider cards mark child's progress. Includes a how-to-use this book guide with helpful tips for parents.

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Children's Literature
Once they start, children just can't seem to get enough of numbers and counting. The logical next step after counting is of course adding, and this interesting flipcard guide will be great fun for budding mathematicians. The flip cards are broken down into three separate packs (adding two numbers up to five, two numbers up to 10 and three numbers up to 10) that are intended to be mastered in sequential order for the greatest understanding. Each card is two sided and asks the learner to count and then add the given number of objects. They can then flip the card and check their answers on the back. The objects used for adding (ducks, dots, dolls, clowns, cats, cars) are fun and familiar. The best part of this guide is that it comes with detailed, howto instructions on guiding children through the process. It is easy enough for children to do on their own, however, once they understand the function of the plus and equals signs. Also, included are helpful tips for parents on including adding concepts into everyday life. This would be an outstanding addition to any home or school library and would also be excellent to take along when traveling. Also available are: I Can Spell, I Can Count, and I Can Subtract. 2000, Kingfisher, Ages 4 to 7, $9.95. Reviewer: Trina Heidt

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780753452387
Publisher:
Kingfisher
Publication date:
04/15/2000
Series:
I Can Count Series
Edition description:
SPIRAL
Pages:
26
Product dimensions:
7.13(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.73(d)
Age Range:
5 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Anna Nilsen is a former art history teacher and a prizewinning artist. She devised Kingfisher's highly successful Art Fraud Detective, The Great Art Scandal, I Can Spell, and I Can Count titles.

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