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Counting spoons with preschoolers gets old fast, and there are only so many batches of cookies we can bake. Instead of counting spoons or baking cookies, read one of these unique counting books with your preschoolers.
6 Unique Counting Books for Preschoolers
Learn to Count with Northwest Coast Native Art | Beautiful artwork appears on every page of this counting board book for small children. There are turtles, salmon, ladybugs, and hummingbirds to delight your preschoolers are they learn to count.
The Fuzzy Duckling | One small fuzzy duckling went for a walk through the farm yard one morning. As he walked he encountered various creatures of the farm yard in increasing numbers. Eventually our small fuzzy duckling realized he was hungry and lost. Is he ever going to find his way home?
1 2 3 Moose: A Pacific Northwest Counting Book | Stunning photography marks this fascinating counting book of Pacific Northwest nature. Not only do you and your child count the various animals and objects, but you get to learn a little about the various things as well.
Amazing & Incredible Counting Stories: A Number of Tall Tales | This delightful counting books is marked by the tall tales it features. There are 2 giant banjos, 3 blimps cleaning the sky, and 50 shoes running wild. You and your preschooler will enjoy the silly counting tall tales told.
My Arctic 1, 2, 3 | My Arctic takes us north to a place called Rankin Inlet and the animals which live there. There’s even an extended explanation of the arctic world in the back of the book. You get a glimpse of a different world. One with no fences, no highways, and no trees but animals everywhere.
Let’s Count to 100! | Do you have a preschooler who’s just learned to count to 100? I do. She adores counting and simply can’t get enough of it. Let’s Count to 100! gives kids the opportunity to count 100 mice, moles, birds, fish, and more!
These unique counting books are wonderful books to teach preschoolers to count. Not only do you have the opportunity to count, but there are stunning picture, beautiful artwork, and delightful story lines to encourage kids to read these books again and again.
What is your favorite counting book?