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There are things to count all around you. If you look. And think. And see. Tana Hoban does -- and so will the youngest reader who accompanies her through this book. Exciting photographs -- reinforce by the number as word, as numeral, and as model set -- show you how to count what you see, and make what you see count.

Count and See (Viking Kestrel picture books) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0722664650

ISBN: 0722664656

Author: Tana Hoban

Category: Books for children

Subcategory: Education & Reference

Language: English

Publisher: Viking Children's Books; New Ed edition (December 31, 1975)

Pages: 48 pages

ePUB size: 1615 kb

FB2 size: 1891 kb

Rating: 4.8

Votes: 100

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Jorad
In my Kindergarten classroom.
Jorad
In my Kindergarten classroom.
Andronrad
This is one of the best books I have ever had in my classroom. It is great for young learners to identify numerals, to see the number word, and to match this with an appropriate photograph (i.e. 1 fire hydrant). Going from numbers 1-15, tens from 20-50, and then ending with 100, this is a comprehensive learning-to-count guide.

Interestingly enough, the photographs are black and white, which allows a continuity in imagery that you rarely see in contemporary picture books. This is a classically vintage counting book, with the left side of the page being black and the number, the number word, and the appropriate number of dots (i.e. 8 dots for the number eight) all in white. The right hand side has a black and white photograph to tell the story of what 8 looks like in real life. For example, 8 windows on the side of a house.

Tana Hoban does extraordinary work by keeping picture books simple and elegant, and "Count and See" is no exception.
Andronrad
This is one of the best books I have ever had in my classroom. It is great for young learners to identify numerals, to see the number word, and to match this with an appropriate photograph (i.e. 1 fire hydrant). Going from numbers 1-15, tens from 20-50, and then ending with 100, this is a comprehensive learning-to-count guide.

Interestingly enough, the photographs are black and white, which allows a continuity in imagery that you rarely see in contemporary picture books. This is a classically vintage counting book, with the left side of the page being black and the number, the number word, and the appropriate number of dots (i.e. 8 dots for the number eight) all in white. The right hand side has a black and white photograph to tell the story of what 8 looks like in real life. For example, 8 windows on the side of a house.

Tana Hoban does extraordinary work by keeping picture books simple and elegant, and "Count and See" is no exception.
ndup
Yeah, totally rocks. The previous reviewers described this book to a "T". Just wanted to add that the photos have a urban feel, and some photos take me right down memory lane...there's nothing like jacks and old-school bottlecaps. Makes counting enjoyable, and my non-counter was entranced by the dots, which lend a totally different counting aspect when compared with items/people presented in the photos for counting purposes. Even states what camera, lenses, film, paper, and developer Hoban used to produce this book. Copyright 1972.
ndup
Yeah, totally rocks. The previous reviewers described this book to a "T". Just wanted to add that the photos have a urban feel, and some photos take me right down memory lane...there's nothing like jacks and old-school bottlecaps. Makes counting enjoyable, and my non-counter was entranced by the dots, which lend a totally different counting aspect when compared with items/people presented in the photos for counting purposes. Even states what camera, lenses, film, paper, and developer Hoban used to produce this book. Copyright 1972.
FRAY
I liked this book for various reasons. First, I thought it was neat for representing numbers through numerals, words, and dots. It also incorporated street scenes and common objects for the reader to see a certain number of objects in an everyday situation. I also liked how the cover and some pictures showed children of different races together. The only thing negative comment I have is that the pictures are black and white and not as attractive as more current books. I think the book is appropriate and a great way to practice counting.
FRAY
I liked this book for various reasons. First, I thought it was neat for representing numbers through numerals, words, and dots. It also incorporated street scenes and common objects for the reader to see a certain number of objects in an everyday situation. I also liked how the cover and some pictures showed children of different races together. The only thing negative comment I have is that the pictures are black and white and not as attractive as more current books. I think the book is appropriate and a great way to practice counting.