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Grow and Learn: Numbes, Shapes, & Sizes

 

WRITTEN BY: Roberta Schomburg Ph.D., Hedda Bluestone Sharapan
PUBLISHED: 1999
PUBLISHER: Creative Teaching Press Inc.
ISBN: 1574715453

Editorial Consultants: Cathy Cohen Droz, Elaine Lynch, Aisha White
Editor: Joellyn Thrall Cicciarelli
Illustrator: Ben Mahan
Designer: Moonhee Pak
Project Director: Carolea Williams

1999 Creative Teaching Press, Inc.
1999 Family Communications, Inc.


Description

For over 30 years, Mister Rogers has been a television friend to young children, helping them grow both "inside and out" as they learn along withi him every day. Numbers, Shapes, & Sizes brings to you his deep understanding of children and how they grow, and features practical, hands-on activities for your classroom.

Just look inside Numbers, Shapes, & Sizes -- there is so much to do! Children learn about numbers as they make a "Numbers I Like" book, count as they bounce a ball, and sort buttons. Children learn about shapes as they make "three-cornered hats," vegetable prints, and puzzles. And, to learn about sizes and measurement, children practice pouring rice, create a simple scale to measure weight, and make a sand clock.

As a teacher, you have many ways to help children learn basic math skills. Now, with these ideas from Mister Rogers and Numbers, Shapes, & Sizes, you will have a wonderful resource to support you in this important work.

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