One, Two, Skip a Few!: First Number Rhymes

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Barefoot Books, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Frogs and flowers, chickens and elephants will be just some of your companions as you practice your number skills with this sparkling collection of rhymes old and new. Specially compiled for adults and young children to enjoy together, One, Two, Skip A Few! features many favorite nursery rhymes, songs and playground chants. The collection includes the much-loved rhymes "There Were Ten in the Bed" and "One Potato, Two Potato" as well as some lively new ones that are just as much fun. wonderfully complemented by Roberta Arenson's vibrant collage illustrations, this collection brings together simple rhymes that will help small children practice counting both forwards and backwards, moving into addition and subtraction...and ending with some tricky ones that multiply!.

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ONE, TWO, SKIP A FEW!: First Number Rhymes

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

With exuberant paper and paint collages, Arenson (A Caribbean Counting Book, 1996) illustrates 20 counting rhymes, many of which dance across the double-page spreads and all of which must be read ... Read full review

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User Review  - zimmy09 - LibraryThing

This poem has many numbers and many different animals in it. It is a poem to help children understand numbers. I like this poem because it has so many numbers and animals in it. I think that it will ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Arenson loves wotking with shapes, colors, and patters.

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