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1 2 3 Count with Me (Trace-and-Flip Fun!)

by Georgie Birkett

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This is a concept/toy book that helps children who are transitioning into writing numbers.

The numbers are indented into the actual page so that children can trace the numbers. In other words, the pages are dual-layered with the top layer being made of a stencil of the number. Children can trace this number stencil with their finger to get a sense of how long to make lines and the direction in which to draw lines.

The book also contains flaps for children and parents to read little passages related to the number. The end of the book also contains basic addition operations.

Great for pre-schoolers up to maybe 1st grade.
Ages 2-6
  Scott_Nilson | Oct 16, 2013 |
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Encourages young readers to count from one to twenty and presents simple addition problems, in a book with number-shaped cut-outs that can be traced with one's finger. On board pages.

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