It's slimy. It's smelly. Its green and it's gooey. It's seaweed soup -- and its Turtle's favorite lunch!
Turtle has made enough seaweed soup for everyone. But it looks awful and smells worse! Nobody wants to even taste it. How can they tell Turtle without hurting his feelings?
As Turtle serves lunch to his reluctant guests, young readers can learn about matching sets (also called one-to-one correspondence) by keeping track of all the different bowls, cups, spoons, and napkins on the table. Lighthearted art and a surprise ending make this a story readers will eat up.
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Review: Seaweed Soup (MathStart Level 1)User Review - Camila - Goodreads
This book is cute! Turtle's friends think the soup he made looks gross but they agreed to join him for lunch anyway. Each time a friend joins turtle, he goes to get another set of dinning ware. In the ... Read full review
Review: Seaweed Soup (MathStart Level 1)User Review - Meg McGregor - Goodreads
I enjoyed the story very much and I liked how the idea of matching sets was introduced and reinforced throughout the story. Read full review