5 Cute Counting Picture Books
1,2,3,4,5... learning to count can be so fun!
Here is a list of 5 picture books I found
on Amazon for you and your little reader.
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Dr. Suess's 1 2 3
An easy-to-read counting book, inspired by Dr. Seuss and illustrated with artwork from his books!
Count on Dr. Seuss to make learning numbers fun! This simple, rhymed riff about counting is illustrated with art from some of the most beloved works by Dr. Seuss, including One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish, Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are?, and Oh, the Thinks You Can Think! Great for the earliest reader—and beginning counter—it's a perfect companion to Dr. Seuss concept books like Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You?, The Shape of Me and Other Stuff, and Dr. Seuss's ABC. Nurture a love of numbers—and of Dr. Seuss—with this great new concept book for beginning readers!
2. One Fox: A Counting Book Thriller by Kate Read
Counting from one to ten has never been this thrilling! One hungry fox with two sly eyes is on the prowl…three plump hens had better watch out! Rich and colorful illustrations plunge the reader into a dramatic and exciting story set in a moonlit farmyard. With something different to count on each page, learning to count from one to ten has never been so thrilling!
This surprisingly simple counting book with a gripping tale, great for early education and read-alouds, has a hugely satisfying ending that’s sure to delight generations.
3. Finding a Friend for Number One by Vea Lewis
Finding a friend can be hard!
In this Number Monsters book, the number One is trying to find his perfect friend for a play date. Follow him as he searches all of Numberland and helps your little one learn about the numbers 1 through 10 and friendship. This cute and colorful story is perfect for preschool and Kindergarten children. Can you help the number One find a friend?
4. Count the Dinosaurs by Books for Little Ones
Can you count all of the dinosaurs with horns? Are there more red or green dinosaurs?
You’ll soon discover in this fun game, Count the Dinosaurs!
There's a whopping 17 picture packed puzzles in this book; some focus on counting a particular attribute (i.e. all the dinosaurs with spots), while a number of puzzles ask you to count two sets of different colored dinosaurs to work out which outnumbers the other.
A perfect book for little learners. They'll develop observational skills, apply numbers to objects and they'll be having so much fun they won't even know they're learning!
5. Millions, Billions, & Trillions : Understanding Big Numbers by David A. Adler
What does a million look like? A billion? A trillion? These huge numbers are hard to visualize. This book explains quantities in terms children can understand. For example, one million dollars could buy two full pizzas a day for more than sixty-eight years, it would take the heads of ten thousand people together to have one billion hairs.
This dynamic math duo explains the concepts of millions, billions, and trillions in a lighthearted way.