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One, Two, One Pair! (Blue Ribbon Book) (edition 1996)

by Bruce McMillan

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Title:One, Two, One Pair! (Blue Ribbon Book)
Authors:Bruce McMillan
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Tags:easy, numbers, one, two, pairs, counting, ice skating, gr. k-3

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One, Two, One Pair! by Bruce McMillan

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This book is very simple about pairs. It breaks down that two things can be pairs. A lot of children would enjoy this book and can help them learn the difference of one and two things together. ( )
  MaryEttaJ | Apr 24, 2013 |
This book examines things that can be counted separately but can also be pairs, like socks, mittens etc. This is good book for young students beginning to learn math concepts. ( )
  TamaraSmith | Apr 23, 2013 |
This book is a very simple counting book that features anatomy and clothing articles that are in pairs. ( )
  dbcollin | Nov 22, 2012 |
Tying mathematical concepts into everyday objects, One object, then the second object then shows the pair. ( )
  Kcarline143 | Feb 24, 2012 |
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Photographs illustrate the concept of pairs through such examples as two hands, two skates, and two twins.

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