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Quack and Count (edition 2004)

by Keith Baker

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Title:Quack and Count
Authors:Keith Baker
Info:Sandpiper (2004), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 24 pages
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Quack and Count was enjoyable. Seven ducks were used to count to the number seven. It added numbers together that equaled seven. Like 4+3= 7 and 2+5=7. It was a rhyming story and the colors were very vibrant. This book could most definitely be used to teach Math to students in class. ( )
  kcaffrey | Nov 25, 2015 |
This book would be good for kindergarten or 1st grade. The concept of the book is counting. It focuses on the number 7 and the different number combinations that can equal 7. It also has a rhyming scheme and cute illustrations. I would have liked it better if it would have included numbers other than 7, however. ( )
  Hhaddad1 | Apr 30, 2015 |
I got a little confused and picked up this book by Keith Baker, because I thought it was one of the two books of his on the counting bibliography. It wasn't, but it should be! This book was delightful and included actual math concepts like addition and subtraction, along with rhythms. I really enjoyed this book and thought it was great fun.
  pyattlori | Dec 7, 2013 |
Keith Baker’s Quack and Count is illustrated with a cut-paper collage of warm and cool colors and shows children how to count to seven in seven different combinations of ducks. The back cover displays the numbers one, two, three, four, five, six and seven.
  SusanMcKinlay | May 30, 2013 |
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This is a book that explains to younger children how to count to seven. They do this by using the ducks.

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I enjoyed this book it is very cute for children and kept their attention.

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1.This would be a good book to incorporate math and poetry.
2.This would be great to read during an Easter thematic unit. ( )
  KatieCaughron | Apr 18, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0152050256, Paperback)

Slip, slide, leap, and dive with a family of seven lively ducklings as they get ready to fly for the very first time. Keith Baker's playful, rhyming text and bold collage illustrations capture the excitement of a day's adventures--and gently introduce counting.

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Seven ducklings take a rhyming look at addition.

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