Bored and dissatisfied with his life, a triangle visits a local shapeshifter to add another angle to his shape. Poof! He becomes a quadrilateral. But then he gets greedy and keeps adding angles until he's completely transformed.
Jack the Builder is perfect for teaching counting on, a step toward mastering addition, to pre-K through kindergarteners. Jack stacks up blocks high. Two make a robot, five make a boat, and fifteen make . . . whatever you can imagine!
Monster Musical Chairs is perfect for teaching subtracting one to pre-K through kindergarteners. Every time the music stops, one more monster is OUT! Kids won't be able to sit still for this musical introduction to subtraction at its simplest.
Join Patrick the piglet as he discovers different patterns all around him. SPOTS on a ladybug, STRIPES on a badger, COLOR PATTERNS on a flower, WAVES on the beach, and other kid-friendly patterns parade across the pages of this charming picture book.
Just Enough Carrots teaches kids to compare quantities. Before learning to add or subtract, kids need to master the concepts of fewer, more, and the same. This book is the perfect introduction to comparisons for pre-K and kindergarteners.
With a simple, lyrical text and richly layered illustrations, this is a beautiful introduction to the world of math and a fascinating look at the unique character traits that made "Uncle Paul" a great man.
After touring a German submarine in the early 1940s, young Raye set her sights on becoming an engineer. The gifted mathematician gained her well-deserved title in history: a pioneer who changed the course of ship design forever.
Take one messy baby, two busy feet, three rambunctious friends, four wayward ducks, and five floaty bubbles--and get a tubful of fun as one family's bathtime routine turns into a nightly ritual they can "count on"!
How Much Is a Million? knocks complex numbers down to size in a fun, humorous way, helping children conceptualize a difficult mathematical concept. It's a math class you'll never forget.
Which of these books about math concepts will you read first?
This wooden number tracing board is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Trace with your finger, fill with sensory items, practice counting or simply play… there are so many ways to encourage number recognition with this number board!
Wooden number coins are an ideal open-ended toy for toddlers & preschoolers. Encourage your child to learn numbers and counting through play-based learning. Each set contains 21 coins – one for each number from 0-20.