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Spiders, Spiders Everywhere! (Learn to Read, Read to Learn: Math) (edition 1995)

by Rozanne Lanczak Williams, Jennifer Beck Harris (Illustrator)

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Title:Spiders, Spiders Everywhere! (Learn to Read, Read to Learn: Math)
Authors:Rozanne Lanczak Williams
Other authors:Jennifer Beck Harris (Illustrator)
Info:Creative Teaching Press (1995), Paperback, 16 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Spiders, Counting, Halloween, Math

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Spiders, Spiders Everywhere! (Learn to Read, Read to Learn: Math) by Rozanne Lanczak Williams



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This is a great book for children who are learning how to count. It teaches kids how to count backwards and forwards by using spiders as an example. This book is great for early childhood ages who are just learning how to count.
  kaylekatzung | Dec 12, 2012 |
Ten, nine, eight, seven, etc. spider's in different places. They are everywhere, but can you count them all? Yes you can! There is a step chart to help the children with counting in the book. This book is great for the early childhood age levels because it teaches the children how to count forwards and backwards with spider's. This would be a fun way to introduce counting backwards in math and you could even take an integrated approach with an insect theme (spider's).
  amcnutt | Dec 10, 2012 |
This book is another great counting book. They count the different amounts of spiders on each page. This is great for children who are just learning how to count and after a while they will be able to tell the story and count the spiders. ( )
  E.OB | Nov 29, 2012 |
Spiders, Spiders Everywhere! is a book that teaches children how to count forwards and backwards and allows the reader to count by him or herself. It is great for very young children at the early childhood age. This book is perfect to use as an example of learning how to count backwards.
  EmilyPhilips | Nov 12, 2012 |
This book is great for children who are just learning to count. The book counts all the spiders throughout the story until there are spiders spiders everywhere! I would read this to my elementary class to teach them how to count. ( )
  RachelPeterson | Oct 4, 2012 |
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Six levelled books on mathematics subjects.

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