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Ingram Book & Distributor® Fish Eyes
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Ingram Book & Distributor® Fish Eyes

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  • Cutout circles at the eyes reveal colors on succeeding pages
  • With cutout fish eyes to touch and an energetic fish friend to guide them.
  • Age group and grade: Ages 0 - 4 years
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Ingram Book & Distributor® Fish Eyes
Product Description
"Fish Eyes Book U Can Count" Book for 0 - 4 yrs is a valuable resource for introducing classroom favorites to your students.

"Fish Eyes Book U Can Count" Book inspires and motivates children from interactive content of it. Book is perfect resource to entertain your children.

  • Cutout circles at the eyes reveal colors on succeeding pages
  • With cutout fish eyes to touch and an energetic fish friend to guide them.
  • Age group and grade: Ages 0 - 4 years
  • Stylized fish shapes in flat, razzle-dazzle colors against a dark blue background float across the pages from one to ten, accompanied by one little dark fish who keeps the count going
  • Another little dark fish, Lionni's Swimmy (Pantheon, 1963), has a more meaningful underwater exploration, incorporating the idea of changing appearances into the story
  • Language: English
  • Now toddlers can dive into counting with this board book edition of one of Lois Ehlert's most popular books
  • Title: Fish Eyes-Book U Can Count
  • Slight text, occasionally in rhyme, introduces adjectives through the count, and tries to set a context of wish-fulfillment
  • They'll have so much fun they won't even notice they're learning!
  • Subject: Classroom favorites
  • MacDonald and Oakes' Numblers (Dial, 1988) also uses strong color and stark form to present visually the concepts of increasing quantity and transformations, but in a more thoughtful and well-integrated way, with movement inherent in the design
  • It's a slick production, attempting several concepts at once numbers, shapes, colors, imagining, addition to a value of one but it doesn't quite hang together, and its result is a little breathless
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Audience Students
Media Format Printed Book
Education Subject Matter Math
School Grade Infant/Toddler
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