Curious George Learns to Count from 1 to 100
H. A. Rey
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With the help of his friend, the man with the yellow hat, George learns to count from 1 to 100, making his usual monkey mischief along the way. Young minds (and little fingers) will find all kinds of wonderful things to count as they turn each colorful page.
In this large format, paper-over-board book each page features familiar objects for children to count. From home (toys, shoes, plates) to the park (bugs, sticks, clouds) to school (paste, crayons, books) George finds many different things to count. A perfect book for celebrating counting, numbers and the 100th day of school.
and counted 58 hands waving back. A moment later the bell rang and everyone was on the move! Then George counted 59 wheels. He wanted to ride, too. "You can borrow my bike, George," said Bill. Ride on, George! What's Maria giving to the man with the yellow hat? How many wheels will he be riding on? Then George hopped on Bill's bike and pedaled away. While he rode he counted 60 fence pickets and 61 dandelions. He blew 62 dandelion seeds. Aren't the ducklings cute? How many ducklings are
Mmmm! George followed good smells to the picnic blankets. If you were going on a picnic, what food would you pack? Which sandwich is out of place? Where does it belong? George discovered 81 sandwiches, 82 pickles, 83 potato chips, 84 pieces of popcorn, and 85 ants. There were lots of tasty treats at the bake sale, and George had saved just enough room for dessert. What treat should he pick? There were 86 cupcakes, How many cherries can you find? How many cupcakes does George have on his
himself to just a few.) Uh-oh Then George went to help his neighbor, Mrs. Needleman. "Hello, George!" she called from her flower cart. "Your friend told me you are trying to count to one hundred. Can you count my flowers for me? I've sold a lot today, but I think I have close to one hundred left." Mrs. Needleman was right! George counted 92 flowers still in her cart. Then Mrs. Needleman had an idea... "George," she asked, "can you help me count the money I made today?" The Centennial
steps—all the way back to the man with the yellow hat! His friend was so happy to see him. "You did it, George!" his friend said proudly. "You used your own two feet to count all the way to one hundred! What a perfect way to end a centennial day." George was proud too, and after his very full day, he was happy to be with his friend—the person he counted on most. The End! YOUNG CHILDREN, NUMBERS, AND COUNTING Reading and exploring Curious George Learns to Count with your child offers many
build their understanding of the relationships between numbers. As you open this book again and again, here are some things to think about: • Your child can enjoy the story without counting every object that George counts. Your child will hear the numbers increase as the story progresses. • Ask questions that allow your child to think about the numbers. You might ask what the highest or lowest number is on a page. What number will be on the next page? For older children, you might ask, for