The Little Engine That Could Numbers

Author: Cristina Ong
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap
ISBN: 9780448419725
Size: 30.61 MB
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The Little Engine That Could Numbers from the Author: Cristina Ong. The Little Engine takes a group of toys, from one little clown to ten bright kites, all the way to town.

The Little Engine That Could

Author: Watty Piper
Publisher: Philomel Books
ISBN: 9780399247101
Size: 71.76 MB
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The Little Engine That Could from the Author: Watty Piper. The classic tale comes to life all over again in this gorgeous oversized picture book with foil on the cover and the beautiful art from the 1950s. Full color.

The Little Engine That Could

Author: Watty (RTL) Piper
Publisher: Philomel Books
ISBN: 9780399250842
Size: 22.22 MB
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The Little Engine That Could from the Author: Watty (RTL) Piper. The classic tale comes to life all over again in this gorgeous oversized picture book with foil on the cover and the beautiful art from the 1950s. Full color.

Little Engine That Could Sing

Author: Carol Kaplan-Lyss
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
ISBN: 078770704X
Size: 33.28 MB
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Little Engine That Could Sing from the Author: Carol Kaplan-Lyss. Applause! Applause! And wasn't it easy? Even teachers with no formal musical training will love this simple musical play. Children will bring The Little Engine That Could story to life through drama, music, art, language, math, and gross motor activities. Included are a Listening/Accompaniment CD and a resource guide loaded with songs, music, and step-by-step directions for classroom use or performance. 32 pages + Listening/Accompaniment CD

Early Childhood Mathematics Skill Development In The Home Environment

Author: Belinda Blevins-Knabe
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331943974X
Size: 62.46 MB
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Early Childhood Mathematics Skill Development In The Home Environment from the Author: Belinda Blevins-Knabe. This volume presents current research on the connections between the home and family environment on children’s mathematics development. Focusing on infancy through first grade, it details the role of parents and other caregivers in promoting numeracy and the ways their active participation can prepare young children for learning about formal mathematics. Research data answer key questions regarding the development of numeracy alongside cognitive and linguistic skills, early acquisition of specific math skills, and numeracy of children with atypical language skills. The book also provides practical recommendations for parents and other caregivers as well as implications for future research studies and curriculum design. Included in the coverage: Ways to optimize home numeracy environments. Individual differences in numerical abilities. Cross-cultural comparisons and ways to scaffold young children's mathematical skills. Mathematics and language in the home environment. Center-based and family-based child care. Games and home numeracy practice. Early Childhood Mathematics Skill Development in the Home Environment is an essential resource for researchers, graduate students, and professionals in infancy and early childhood development, child and school psychology, early childhood education, social work, mathematics education, and educational psychology.

Teach Us To Number Our Days

Author: David Roper
Publisher: Discovery House
ISBN: 1572938714
Size: 26.88 MB
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Teach Us To Number Our Days from the Author: David Roper. In the modern world of high technology and advanced medicine, people are living longer and healthier lives. “Middle age” has taken a leap ten years further down the road until reaching signs that indicate the beginning of the second half of life. In his book Teach Us to Number Our Days, David Roper shows you why and how this season of your life can truly be the best. Offering biblical wisdom and reassurance for you as you mature, Roper invites you to travel with him on his own “journey to maturity.” Calling you to both frank self-reckoning and joy, Roper presents an uplifting look at the possibilities that lie ahead. “So enjoy!” he says. “Enjoy your journey to maturity as you gain perspective on the past and hope for the future. Make the most of every moment of your life.”

The Number

Author: Lee Eisenberg
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743270320
Size: 24.54 MB
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The Number from the Author: Lee Eisenberg. Describes how the author successfully secured his family's financial future by changing jobs and moving halfway across the country, sharing the stories of numerous baby boomers that offer insight into achieving key financial goals. By the author of Breaking Eighty. Reprint.

The Modern Story Book

Author: Wallace Wadsworth
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486478440
Size: 42.53 MB
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The Modern Story Book from the Author: Wallace Wadsworth. This rediscovered 1930s classic features nine stories of adventurous machines, including a lazy automobile and a runaway elevator. Thirty full-page color images, numerous black-and-white illustrations, plus an audio CD featuring readings of all the tales.