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My son, Big Red, who is turning 5 this month can recognize lots and lots of numbers. Lil’ Red who is only 20 months is just learning about numbers. Both boys like to read so I was very excited to find free kindle books about counting and numbers!
Since the weather is nice we will be heading to parks and nature programs but would love for the little boys to be able to learn on the go! Remember you do not have to own a Kindle device to enjoy free Kindle books! You can download the Free Kindle Reading app! Remember that these books were free at time of posting but prices can change hourly on Amazon. Please check the price before adding to your cart!
Buster’s Undersea Counting Expedition 1 to 10 (Bugville Critters, Bugville Jr Book 7)– Join Buster and Lass for a special undersea counting adventure from 1 to 10! It’s fun and different. Can your child find and count the new friends as they arrive? You bet!
10 Scoops of Ice Cream ( A Delicious Counting Book)10 Scoops of Ice Cream is a book that is sure to get children HUNGRY for learning. Perfect for toddlers, preschool and elementary/ primary school aged kids. Enjoy counting colorful, and delightful scoops of ice cream through repetition & rhyme. Beginning at 10 and ending with 1. Children enjoy this counting story.
Numbers!: Take the Dog OutHelp Coco and her neighborhood friends count from zero to ten and back down to zero. Along the way, add, subtract, and count the dog bones.
Preschool Math and Kindergarten Math: Identify Numbers, Counting, Addition and SubtractionJust when they thought they were doing great by counting to twenty, young children learn they’re suppose to add and subtract the numbers. Until they understand the concept of math equations they may feel anxiety. This colorful numbers book introduces young children to the concept of adding and subtracting, without creating stress Easy, fun and effective.
Help My Child Learn Math: Kindergarten – Zero to Five Book 1 Student Edition (Help My Child Learn: Kindergarten)This E-Book is part of an 18 book series providing parents with comprehensive instructional tools to help their child learn math. (Each book has a Parent and Student Edition available).
Sleepy Sheep ( Count to Sleep ): Count 1-10 (ilearn 2 count)Learn to count and fall asleep with Sleepy Sheep ‘Count to Sleep’ ( iLearn 2 count’ book) Numbers from 1 – 10 A counting & reading rhyming book.
Counting CowsLearn to count and read with this dairy cow and calf book. Cows and calves are shown doing various activities on a working dairy farm. Have fun counting the beautiful bovines from one to five.
Puppy’s Quest: Adventures in Number WorldExplore the numbers 1 through 10 with your child in this exciting rhyming story featuring Pup the Puppy, Drago the Dragon and Blossom the Fairy. Join them on their quest to explore number world as they plant two magic seeds which end up growing into four magnificent trees. (These aren’t ordinary seeds!)
Math Superstars Addition Level 1 (Essential Math Facts for Ages 4 – 7) (Bugville Learning Adventures)Curriculum-based and teacher-approved. This isn’t your traditional addition fact book. It’s fun. It’s a bit irreverent. And it’s designed to grow with your child’s advancing skills. Inside you’ll find essential addition facts presented as math equations, word problems, and visual problems.
Teach Your Kids Math: Multiplication Times TablesKnowing multiplication tables is a key math skill. This is because multiplication tables are not only directly useful, but are also a foundation upon which other mathematical techniques are based – including multiplication of larger numbers, division, and fractions. This book is a guide for parents wishing to help their kids master this important skill. It shows parents how to teach their kids in a simple step-by-step fashion, and includes numerous tips and tricks to help children remember, or work out, the answers.
I hope you enjoy sharing these books about numbers, counting, addition, and multiplication with your family. What’s your favorite math concept to teach or learn about?
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