Tuesday, May 3, 2016

10 COUNTING BOARD BOOKS for an early start with numbers

Here are 10 different counting BOARD BOOKS. Board books are small enough for tiny hands and tough enough to withstand rough treatment, so they are perfect for ages 1 to 3.



TEN LITTLE LADYBUGS
 by Melanie Gerth

Little kids love to touch the ladybugs in this book as they count them! The ladybugs disappear one by one as the reader moves through the book.









COUNTING KISSES
 by Karen Katz



I love Karen Katz's books! This adorable story counts how many kisses a tired baby needs - a perfect book for bedtime.


                                       







MY FIRST NUMBERS

This board book with bright, colorful illustrations goes all the way up to 100!










MY VERY FIRST BOOK OF NUMBERS
 by Eric Carle

Count the fruit in this cute board book by one of the world's most famous authors of picture books.









BUTTERFLY COLORS AND COUNTING
 by Jerry Pallotta

Kids can learn colors and counting at the same time with this colorful butterfly book with ten real butterfly species from around the world.










COUNTING WITH WAYNE THIEBOLD
by Susan Goldman Rubin

Delectable paintings, etchings, and drawings make for a delicious first book of numbers as well as an early introduction to fine art.










10 LITTLE MONKEYS JUMPING ON THE BED

Children will enjoy developing number skills as they sing along with this popular traditional rhyme. This clever board book has innovative die-cut holes.








MIGHTY NUMBERS
by Marvel Press

I know quite a few little boys who would absolutely love to own a counting book with their favorite superheroes!










ONE GORILLA
A counting Book by Anthony Browne

Gorillas, gibbons, macaques, mandrills, ring-tailed lemurs, spider monkeys and other primates to count. Anthony Browne's illustrations are wonderful!







THE VERY HUNGRY CATERPILLAR
by Eric Carle

Even though we already have one Eric Carle book on this list, no list of counting books would be complete without this classic board book.












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