These little Interactive Counting Books provide terrific practice identifying and counting the numbers 1-10. They also give our fingers lots of exercise (fine motor), review simple sight words and are easy to assemble and complete. This set contains 12 books altogether - one for every month of the year! You'll also find two versions included in this set. Set #1 features a traceable number on each page and Set #2 features traceable number words. For a better look at what's included, just click on PREVIEW!
The themes and sight words that are featured in each book include...
August - Counting Friends (I, see)
September - Counting Apples (I, see)
October - Counting Pumpkins (I, see)
November - Counting Turkeys (I, see)
December - Counting Ornaments (I, see)
January - Counting Snowmen (I, see)
February - Counting Candy Hearts (I, have)
March - Counting Gold Coins (I, have)
April - Counting Raindrops (down, came)
May - Counting Flowers (up, came)
June - Counting Frogs (here, is, are)
July - Counting Fish (there, is, are)
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Keywords: counting books, one to one correspondence, numbers 1-10, nifty numbers