123 Count With Me
ISBN: 1589258738
EAN13: 9781589258730
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 6, 2011
Pages: 26
Dimensions: 0.7" H x 8.2" L x 5.7" W
Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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Book Overview

This innovative, interactive trace-and-flip book introduces children to numbers 1 through 20 and the early concept of counting. Features number tracks to trace with a finger to learn number formation, as well as flaps to lift, and bright, bold illustrations.

This unique, innovative trace-and-flip book offers an engaging new way for children to discover numbers 1 through 20 and learn to count Young readers can trace each number by following the tracks with a finger to become familiar with its shape. A colorful lift-the-flap on every sturdy board page includes one of the featured objects to encourage counting. To reinforce learning, caregivers are encouraged to help children trace each number as they say its name; point to each picture while counting the objects; and practice hand-eye coordination as they lift the flap on each page.

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   So good for kids learning numbers!
I love this and I bought 4 just because I have so many nieces and nephews and this will grow with them. It is great for younger children to open the numbers and trace the flaps. My nieces and nephews are young and can trace the pictures and identify the numbers, but I love that as they get older, they can still use the back, because there is an addition! Great product!
   My son's favorite!
The counting is a little strange, but I see what they were trying to do with it. What my son likes is the tracing aspect. My son is 3 and autistic, he's just learning to pay attention and learning letters and numbers. This book really helped. I think that being able to see the shape of things helps him remember it. For example, with animal puzzles, he flips over the animals and traces the shape with his finger, he does not look at the actual picture. I'm hoping that this will also help him when we start writing. For the price it is an excellent buy. We have both the letter and the number trace books.
   My toddlers favorite!
My daughter turned 2 and absolutely loves it and the ABC book. She hasn’t yet figured out exactly how to trace, but she does attempt to imitate me, which I think is great and I’m sure she’ll get the hang of it over the next year. I keep these books right next to the potty so that she keeps her self entertained in there. Prior to receiving this book she knew only how to count to 10, but after a week of having the book she mastered counting to 20 and we all know that once you can count to 20 everything is a breeze. The only caveat is that, like other people have stated, the pictures aren 't great and don 't always correlate, but still a great book and I highly recommend. And as far as math problems at the end of the book are concerned, I quite like them. Toddlers understand it by themselves, no. But if you do it together and make it interactive, I feel like it is a great introduction to mathematics.
   Number learning book
Great book for my great grandaughters. Ages 1and2... They both really like to flip pages in books.
   Love it!
Before I became a full grandmother, I worked in a kindergarten for 11 years in a small town. It is so important for teaching students how to properly recognize numbers as well as how to write them. I think that this book shows the correct way of writing the numbers. It is such a great thing to write them first with your fingers, then tracing them on paper. I am a big fan of the book. It is really good!
   Such a good book for car rides!
This is such a good book! We have the ABC book, too - and I use them for long car trips - I give him a stylus and he practices writing the numbers and gripping. It's math and writing all in one-and he gets to also learn the written spellings. I also have him recount all of them building number sense building : I also have him. It also plays a number line and we play lots of games “what's 10+3 ” and on and on. Clearly, I love this book so much that I came back to write about it LOL. Can either beat the price!
   Okay numbers book, but not the same as their ABC book.
We bought this book because we love the ABC Book by the same maker. It does not have the same concept attached to it. I think they should have stuck to the same format, I think.
   Counting is off
The weird part of this book is counting. The counting part of this book is weird. Placing one item inside the flap and then the rest outside the flap is counterproductive. As you begin to count upwards in the next few pages of the book, it doesn 't flow right. Honestly, you would have to read the book to a little one to see what I mean. I read a review that said the same, but ordered the book anyways, then I understood what they meant. I do like how the numbers are a beautiful visible size and traceable.
   Poor use of flaps
I really like the ABC version of this book, but this was disappointing. The last object for each number is hidden under the flap. The child can 't count all objects without opening the flap, which is ok. It is, however, not very interesting for children to see a flap and open the exact same object. The only flap that has a different item under the top is #1. It does have some good addition problems in the back that are pretty simple.
   So many skills worked on!
Keeps my 2 year old and 4 year old engaged-we get to practice counting, number formation, number recognition, and flaps are so fun for all kids!