Christine Morton-Shaw and Greg Shaw, illustrated by: John Butler - (Viking Juvenile, 2006) 32 pages. Unfortunately his curiosity gets the better of him and soon the whole town is overrun by pasta! Simple text and wonderful illustrations make this award-winner perfect for a young audience. Too many vowels and consonants bring a crash that calls mamas, papas, uncles and aunts (the capital letters, of course) to the rescue. Hi we have a counting section just wanted to share as perhaps you will enjoy the free counting ebooks, there are some great resources there https://freekidsbooks.org/subject/counting/, […] have used numerous books throughout my placement to connect with number […], […] have used numerous books throughout my placements to connect with number […], […] Click here for more books that talk about numbers, counting, dogs, and dinosaurs. He’s terrified and has thoughts of all kinds of reasons to be so. Helen Cooper - (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2005) 32 pages. Perfect for: Kids who like fantasy stories. The lively illustrations call attention to both upper- and lowercase letters. Story ... Avoid frustration and help children learn to love numbers with these math stories for kids, pulled from our comprehensive learning program, Brainzy. April Pulley Sayre, illustrated by: Ann Jonas - (Greenwillow Books, 2005) 32 pages. by: by: Kindergarten. Engaging photos follow the cubs from their initial quarantine to their eventual introduction to their outdoor habitat and delighted zoo visitors. Flip the page and you see they are cut open with many seeds in full view. She transforms her pain into playful paintings teeming with fantastic skeletons, jaguars, devils, and monkeys. Find Great Estimations at your local library. Book! by: For children who are challenged with this reading, parents can work with them by alternating reading of pages, paragraphs or sentences. Simple text and photographs inform young readers about the safest way to enjoy themselves at the swimming pool. Start by reading Monkey and Me together and be amazed when you see your child reading it alone again and again. Find Sleep, Black Bear, Sleep at your local library. Also for kids who like to learn about other cultures. Keiko Kasza - (Putnam, 1987) 32 pages. Students get a taste of history in an entertaining way. by: by: by: Parents can also gently remind their young readers that Keeker doesn’t listen to her mother and goes too far on the trail, which led to trouble. Find Look What Came From The United States at your local library. by: It’s refreshing to find such a remarkable book as Simeon’s Gift, a true fairytale with its rich poetic text interwoven with such amazing illustrations. Construction Countdown by K.C Olson is a counting book that uses backhoes, dump trucks and cement mixers among other things to count. It’s also super important that parents enjoy the book along with the kid, given that you’ll be reading it like 27 more times in a row. Julie Andrews-Edwards, illustrated by: Gennady Spirin - (HarperCollins, 2003) 40 pages. There is no Book list topic for this grade. preschool activities, preschool crafts, and preschool books. Eggs and Legs: Counting by Twos by Michael Dahl is a cute book with silly illustrations and a fun concept to teach counting by twos. Math. Budding readers will appreciate Dr. Seuss’ trademark humor about one of their favorite new activities. Queen Daisy has a problem that many wiggly children will be able to identify with: Her feet just can’t behave themselves. Author: Danielle Bruckert Excerpt: Book 1 … The reader can count the blooms, and then count again with the circles, all the way up to 20. How does she manage her frustration and overcome it to win Plum over? Kids don’t have to be cat owners or feline devotees to appreciate this book, as they will easily identify with the rich, inner world of Walter’s make-believe exploits. When Jewel plays with her, Wemberly still continues to worry, “But no more than usual. Tell me about it in comments so we can keep building this list together! In this hilarious tale, a town full of snowmen embarks on a night of drinking cold cocoa, skating and playing baseball. by: Inspired by the philosophy of Fred Rogers — host of the classic TV show Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood — about the importance of neighborhood and community, this lovely book reminds us that wherever you are around the world, there are schools, places of worship and shared responsibilities. The baby animals quietly approach to find a brand-new baby — a fawn. Copyright © 2008-2021 • No Time For Flash Cards - ACM Media LLC • Site Design by Emily White Designs. Newcomers to her world will love it too and want to go back and read the rest of her “mah-velous” tales. A sweet, reassuring story that shows kids how to comfort themselves and reminds them that no matter where they are, their parents love them. Find Why Should I Recycle? Lynne Rae Perkins - (Greenwillow Books, 2003) 40 pages. Lucia Raatma - (Bridgestone Books, 1999) 24 pages. School is about to start and Chester, a small raccoon, is afraid. The book’s gritty theme, that inner strength can conquer all challenges, is ideal for young artists, little ones feeling under the weather, and complainers needing a pick-me-up. Perfect for: Kids who like adventure stories. I like that we are counting while also celebrating a special bond in my son’s life. Find Where Is The Green Sheep? Everything is going well until Nancy learns that she can’t go to the party because she has to attend her grandparents’ 50th wedding anniversary party. Many of our faves are on here. by: Doggies by Sandra Boynton has been one of my daughter’s favorite books for ages. Aliki - (HarperTrophy, 1986) 40 pages. Perfect for: Discussing how the big bad wolf and the shark are different (and similar). Although he’s disappointed when he finds that he can’t save a snowball in his pocket, his sadness melts when he wakes up the next morning to yet another day of snowy fun. Find Simeon’s Gift at your local library. The effect is captivating! My favorite part was that the first monster to arrive and the last to leave never does leave and instead snuggles into bed with Molly. Deborah Hopkinson, illustrated by: James Ransome - (Schwartz & Wade, 2006) 44 pages. See more ideas about kindergarten math, preschool math, math activities. by: Why do they inspire us? G. Brian Karas - (Putnam, 2005) 32 pages. Find The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark at your local library. In the end, they finally pass the test and earn their green belts. From the wave-warped hallways to the claustrophobic living quarters, the book manages to accurately convey how these dedicated sailors at sea for months at a time experienced their jobs without ever being boring. by: Perfect for: Thinking about — and starting discussions about — kids’ feelings about school. Find Picture Pops: Machines at your local library. Find our favorites at your local library Fancy Nancy, Fancy Nancy: Bonjour Butterfly ,  Fancy Nancy: There’s No Day Like a Snow Day, and Fancy Nancy: Budding Ballerina. But all is not what it seems. Daddy Hugs by Karen Katz is a cute little counting book for toddlers. Brock Cole - (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 2007) 32 pages. By the time the Pilgrims arrived in America, the Indians were harvesting corn and they used it in many ways. Find Wild About Books at your local library. He loves calling out the number and instrument as I read the rhyming text. This isn’t a complex book but it is one that encourages counting with its brilliant illustrations. After being awakened by the little brown cub who adorns the book cover, the animals gather seeds, nuts, berries and other gifts that they convey through the forest to a clearing. Unfortunately, Queen Daisy’s court and subjects do not approve. Read more to discover the pure joy of autumn. Super Hero Reader Books – These beginning books are perfect for the superhero in your life. Mark Teague - (Scholastic, 2004) 32 pages. Using a story. Find Sky Boys: How They Built the Empire State Building at your local library. When you are trying to reinforce a skill like counting the use of repetition is really helpful. Find Beatrice Doesn’t Want To at your local library. by: Vibrant collages reflect the limitless possibilities of a child’s imagination. Number Tracing book for Preschoolers: Preschool Numbers Tracing Math Practice Workbook: Math Activity Book for Pre K, Kindergarten and Kids Ages 3-5 (Pre … by: Nate’s sudden clumsiness really isn’t his doing, but the work of an ornery, wild-eyed figure called The Opposite. by: William Steig - (HarperCollins Publishers, 1998) 32 pages. Jeremy Tankard - (Scholastic Press, 2007) 32 pages. Parents can read it slowly counting and naming the animals while making the animal sounds, or more quickly just counting! , Thanks so much for featuring my book Ten Terrible Dinosaurs! Want to work on number recognition to 20? David Shannon has cleverly created David’s counterpart in a girl named Alice, who claims to be a temporary fairy. One Duck Stuck by Phyllis Root looks like an everyday book, but inside you will find a brilliantly repetitive storyline, that promotes teamwork, and mathematical skills! Beatrice Schenk de Regniers, illustrated by: Beni Montresor - (Aladdin, 1989) 48 pages. That impulse to snuggle in bed on a cold winter’s night isn’t just a human indulgence — it’s what the animals do, too. A great book for audience participation or one-on-one to help cheer up little pouters. Additional topics include ABCs, numbers, story order, matching, and rhyming. The list blows away in the winter wind and is found in pieces by mice, who rearrange the words into a new wish for the rabbits. Dexter finds out it’s okay to be scared. Find Kindergarten Rocks! Find No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist at your local library. Printable Preschool Number Books These mini books are suitable for preschool and … by: At first, children can name some number words, but they may not recite them in order. Perfect for: Teaching the importance of sharing — even when there isn’t much to spare. 1, 2, Buckle My Shoe by Anna Grossnickle Hines is a wonderful first counting book and a favorite of my daughter. There are no words, just pictures and numbers, and that makes it accessible for toddlers who are just learning both numbers and animals. The text that is included is rhyming and pleasant but the illustrations steal the show. Snowflakes fall one by one, slowly covering the city in a beautiful white blanket. Once again, Mo Willems has created a masterpiece that will engage kids and parents alike. by: Find Tiffky Doofky at your local library. In his first week of school, a young boy watches other children master skills to the delight of the teachers. Kindergarten. The wolf’s delightfully outrageous story is a surefire attention-grabber, while the silly yet radiant artwork adds to the book’s appeal. Dusan Petricic’s watercolor and pen-and-ink illustrations are upbeat and comical, and in most cases take a “foot’s eye” point of view of the action. This illustrated chapter book series has something for everyone—princesses, superheroes, monsters, and more. I am so glad it did. The rhyming text builds and repeats as she eats and eats! Janet Squires, illustrated by: Holly Berry - (HarperCollins, 2005) 32 pages. This book makes for a gorgeous read aloud, and we see adorable Kindergarten “thank you letters to the earth” in your classroom future. Deborah Diesen, illustrated by: Dan Hanna - (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2008) 32 pages. Why are they important? Clever. Roger Priddy - (Priddy Books, 2005) 18 pages. A picture of the word is provided if that particular word in … by: It’s only a matter of time before she is turning the otters onto Harry Potter and satisfying the panda’s request for more books in Chinese! Ezra Jack Keats - (Simon and Schuster, 1981) 40 pages. Bee-Bim Bop — the name means “mix-mix rice” — is a traditional Korean rice dish of many items. Mo Willems - (Hyperion Books for Children, 2004) 40 pages. David Shannon - (Blue Sky Press, 1999) 32 pages. Learn how your comment data is processed. It’s all “monkey business” in this house. On the way to school, the dot for the lowercase i disappears. When we read it we make the Grandma in the book Mimi and the little monkey becomes my son. David Shannon - (Blue Sky Press, 2004) 40 pages. Mr. Jones is a teacher who sets a good example for kids by sorting his trash to learn the value of recycling. The rhythm of this tale about a skunk — who heads home and wonders about robbers, pirates, ghosts and trappers — is very engaging. Find Look Out, Kindergarten, Here I Come at your local library. Did I skip your favorite? (“No one saw hay like Claude Monet. Does she cry forever? Originally published in 1963, this is the story of Max, who puts on a wolf suit, causes mischief, gets sassy with his mother and is sent to bed without any dinner. Laurie Kransy Brown, illustrated by: Marc Brown - (Little, Brown Young Readers, 1998) 32 pages. Help your child face next fall’s new school year with newfound confidence by reading Grumpy Bird this summer. This mysterious creature swims the ocean for 30 years, wandering thousands of miles in her search for food, until one summer night she returns to the very same beach where she was born to lay her own eggs. Awards: Caldecott Honor, Coretta Scott King Medal, ALA Notable Children’s Book. Each time he goes for a visit, he politely asks to bring a friend. by: This Kindergarten book is very good as well, keeps her busy.” This book is awesome for multi-age groups because although the text is simple there are two levels of math on each page. by: The Three Little Fish and the Big Bad Shark, Mama Panya’s Pancakes: A Village Tale from Kenya, Fancy Nancy: There’s No Day Like a Snow Day, How to Be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them, Small Beauties: The Journey of Darcy Heart O’Hara, One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims, A Pair of Polar Bears: Twin Cubs Find a Home at the San Diego Zoo, No One Saw: Ordinary Things Through the Eyes of an Artist, Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom, Sky Boys: How They Built the Empire State Building, Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust, Dinosaurs Alive and Well: A Guide to Good Health. Michaela Morgan, illustrated by: Caroline Jayne Church - (The Chicken House/Scholastic, 2007) 32 pages. This reissue about a father/daughter switch (he’s tired of his job in advertising; she’s tired of kindergarten) is just as fresh and funny as it was 24 years ago when it was first published. A girl is tossed off a pony, but not injured. Caralyn and Mark Buehner - (Puffin, 1992) 32 pages. Number Stories. Do not read this book with your child until they understand addition and counting. Handwriting numbers 1-20, numbers recognition, writing numbers in 123 order, and coloring numbers with vary themes. Perfect for: Thinking about (and talking about) what goes on at school. Find Tikki Tikki Tembo at your local library. Michelle Knudsen, illustrated by: Kevin Hawkes - (Candlewick Press, 2006) 48 pages. Join David and his friend Georgie as they learn karate. by: Perfect for: Understanding feelings and emotions when you’re having a not-so-good day. See 3. I see 1, 2, 3 trees. The fairy folk of the winter season are celebrated in this beloved classic passed down from generation to generation. The animals at the local farm head to town looking for excitement. This photo essay tells the true story of Tatqiq and Kalluk, a pair of 3-month-old orphaned polar bears, who were found in Alaska and brought to the San Diego Zoo to be raised. by: by: While I love exploring math concepts through stories, finding just the right books to do that can be a challenge. This small treasure explores Irish famine and emigration. Granny Went to Market by Stella Blackstone is a book I got to know very well when writing lessons for Itty Bitty Bookworm preschool curriculum using it. Fish is delightful, and a sure crowd-pleaser: “I’m a pout-pout fish/With a pout-pout face/So I spread the dreary-wearies/All over the place!/BLUB/BLUUUB/ BLUUUUUB.” Luckily, Mr. It does, however, have rules about behavior and when the lion, who has jauntily sauntered in the front door to join story hour, roars in distress when the program is over, the head librarian, Miss Merriweather, turns stern. Families who read this book could discuss skyscrapers. From Barron’s informative and entertaining “Why Should I?” series, Recycle introduces the topic with amusing color illustrations on every page. The question-and-answer format breaks history up into fascinating bite-size chunks. Reading & Writing. My son loved counting then flipping the page exclaiming “I knew it, I said that number I was right!” My only complaint is that it only went to 10! I also like that to get these pesky visitors to leave she turns on the light and makes a scary face at them. by: Find One Little, Two Little, Three Little Pilgrims at your local library. What a great way to work on numbers and reading at the same time. Using watercolor artwork and poetic free verse, the author explains what dust is, the different kinds of dust, its many sources (pollen, house dust, dust storms, fires, volcanic ash), and how dust colors the sunsets that we see. by: As is Brett’s practice, intricately drawn side panels convey more details of the story. It’s time for another post in my Teaching with Math Story Books series! Flip the page and it’s more obvious , for example 1+1 = 100 and the picture includes a pumpkin and watermelon. Families who read this book could discuss the focus on little things. A fun book for young children at that age where sitting still is a real effort. by: Click on the number list below: Write the author at rmerinomd@hotmail.com. Rochelle Bunnett - (Star Bright, 1995) 32 pages. Both my kids liked this book so it appeals to toddlers and preschoolers alike. Good enough to become a classic fairy tale. Edited for 2013: My daughter has always loved this book! Those who know it count it as one of their all-time favorites. by: Perfect for: A fun way to talk about behavior and expectations at school. Katie Davis - (Harcourt Children's Books, 2005) 32 pages. Although the concepts are complex, children will get a rudimentary explanation of the orbit, rotation and tilt of planet Earth, gravity, why we have seasons, and what happens as day turns into night. Nicola Davies, illustrated by: Jane Chapman - (Candlewick Press, 2001) 32 pages. Free Printable Books for Preschoolers. If your child is a fan of David Shannon’s No David series, then this book will surely be a hit with your young reader. I’m aiming my suggestions for read aloud books to kindergarten people, as that can be a tricky age to suss out – something a bit more complex story-wise, but still have right, eye-catching illustrations. The Princess in Black series by Shannon Hale . Math can go anywhere when you pack one of these counting books along with you. Kids will especially love the tiny details about daily life. Find Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale at your local library. The simple text is accessible to young readers. by: Parents need to know that the topic of slavery is, and should be, disturbing, and young children will need help understanding. The rhyming text is really fun and the pictures will make you giggle, I mean there are chickens in leotards doing ballet! Everyone knows what it feels like to wake up on the wrong side of the bed. Find Bunny Wishes: A Winter’s Tale at your local library. Find The Kissing Hand at your local library. Find Visiting the Art Museum at your local library. I say that because it forces them to look at all different numbers of things to figure out what the author is counting. Childhood polio and a horrific bus crash leave Frida Kahlo, the Mexican artist, with a broken, suffering body. Find Corn Is Maize: The Gift of the Indians at your local library. Would you prefer watching, stomping, raking or jumping in a huge pile? Best wishes, Paul. This is more than just a counting book, there is a story of a little girl at the beach, what she finds, and how she plans to use them when she takes them home. This book is a revitalizing dose of imagination and an inspiration for kids. Mini books are a perfect extension activity for counting and identifying numbers in a fun way! Zin! Lisa Trumbauer - (Capstone Press, 2005) 24 pages. Raymond Bial - (Walker Books for Young Readers, 2000) 32 pages. Mo Willems is such a huge name among picture-book authors that it’s hard to believe his first children’s book, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! Elvira Woodruff, illustrated by: Adam Rex - (Alfred A. Knopf, 2006) 34 pages. So she tells him about a family secret about the kissing hand — and it makes school as cozy as home. Cynthia DeFelice, illustrated by: Andrea U'Ren - (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2006) 32 pages. Anno’s Counting Book by Mitsumasa Anno almost didn’t make it into my library bag. Come watch her spin her magic. Required fields are marked *. 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Here are some of the BEST books for to read aloud to Kindergarten age kids.You can conveniently order them from Amazon using the links provided so you can read these classics to your child over and over again or print the convenient book marks below to check them out for free from your local library. by: by: 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo by Eric Carle is fun counting book perfect for toddlers. William Steig’s detailed cartoony style once again seamlessly portrays life as it is to be lived, if not believed. Willems perfectly captures a small child’s method of trying to get his own way, as the pigeon implores, promises, whines, begs and, in the end, throws a tantrum that both you and your child will recognize. It can be tricky learning when certain behavior is appropriate and when it’s not, but Queen Daisy’s situation and solution teach the concept well without any preaching. by: William Steig - (Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1978) 32 pages. His apprehensions are quickly overcome when he finds a classroom full of friends and fun things to do. Fish has lots of undersea friends to reassure him that he shouldn’t be so grumpy, but it takes a kissy-kissy fish to rid Mr. Award-winning picture-book treatment of Tubman. And voilà! Chris Raschka - (Scholastic, 1993) 32 pages. Find The Pout-Pout Fish at your local library. Along with entertaining information about backhoe work comes onomatopoeia, alliteration and even some counting. by: Find No Roses for Harry at your local library. The Robot Bedtime Book. May 4, 2017 - Explore My PreK Classroom's board "Number Stories", followed by 458 people on Pinterest. What a great way to enjoy themselves at the local farm head to looking... Have ever been in win Plum over bedtime routine forms an important part their. The perfect way to foster a love of reading so effective and my son loves this book to be and... 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