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The Twelve Days of Winter: A School Counting Book (edition 2006)

by Deborah Lee Rose (Author), Carey Armstrong-Ellis (Illustrator)

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A cumulative counting verse in which a child lists items pertaining to winter given to him by his teacher, from twelve treats for tasting to one bird feeder in a snowy tree.
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Title:The Twelve Days of Winter: A School Counting Book
Authors:Deborah Lee Rose (Author)
Other authors:Carey Armstrong-Ellis (Illustrator)
Info:Harry N. Abrams (2006), 32 pages
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A numbers book counting "The Twelve Days of Winter" and the fun class experiences and exchanges between a girl and her teacher.
  Mimarler | Mar 4, 2017 |
The twelve days of winter is a counting book. It's good for helping children learn how to count. This book is similar to the song the 12 days of Christmas. Great book for ages pre-school-2 grade. ( )
  KimWillis | Nov 22, 2016 |
introduces counting while discussing the different aspects of winter: what to wear, fun things to do inside, and snow
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  TUCC | Nov 21, 2016 |
This book is a school counting book and is great for readers who are learning to count. I enjoy that this book follows the tune to a popular Christmas song but the words are different and it is about “winter” so it is relatable to a greater audience. The illustrations in this book are very colorful and relate back to the text. After each number of items is introduced, the picture displays the corresponding number of items. These items stay on every page thereafter allowing for the reader to keep up with the counting and have the previous numbers repeated. I think the repetition in this book supports active learning for the reader. Finally, this book has simple language that provides a lot of verbs and adjectives. These action and description words help build a young reader’s vocabulary. Overall, I think this book is a very educational book. ( )
  kriley5 | Feb 22, 2015 |
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