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The Big Book of Counting to 100 (Activity Books | Ages 0–3 | Full Colour Activity Books for Children: Fun Activities, Look and Find, First Words, Counting)

The Big Book of Counting to 100 (Activity Books | Ages 0–3 | Full Colour Activity Books for Children: Fun Activities, Look and Find, First Words, Counting)

Penguin India
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A counting adventure from 1 to 100!

Are you ready to explore the world through numbers? Down the lane, through the park and across the ocean, there’s so much to see and count!

Designed to make learning fun, The Big Book of Counting to 100 makes counting a truly exciting activity.

THINGS TO DO:
· Build counting skills
· Solve look-and-find activities
· Learn addition and subtraction
· Find delight in detailed illustrations

KEY FEATURES:

LARGE FORMAT
Big pages give little readers lots of room to explore their very first words

ACTIVE LEARNING
Sprinkled with questions and seek-and-find activities

BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
Full of eye-catching, colourful illustrations and drawings

CHILD-FRIENDLY FUN
All questions are designed with the developmental needs of ages 0-3 in mind

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

· Each themed section features fun-filled pictures, things to name and inviting questions and activities.

· Combines look-and-find activities with new words, numbers and colours, providing hours of fun and learning.

· Curated for children to help them develop their speaking, listening, and observational skills as they learn to identify objects and colours.

· Suitable for holidays and to keep young ones engaged.

· The perfect alternative to excess screen time!

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Apr/2022

ISBN: 9780143453819

Length : 32 Pages

MRP : ₹299.00

The Big Book of Counting to 100 (Activity Books | Ages 0–3 | Full Colour Activity Books for Children: Fun Activities, Look and Find, First Words, Counting)

Penguin India

A counting adventure from 1 to 100!

Are you ready to explore the world through numbers? Down the lane, through the park and across the ocean, there’s so much to see and count!

Designed to make learning fun, The Big Book of Counting to 100 makes counting a truly exciting activity.

THINGS TO DO:
· Build counting skills
· Solve look-and-find activities
· Learn addition and subtraction
· Find delight in detailed illustrations

KEY FEATURES:

LARGE FORMAT
Big pages give little readers lots of room to explore their very first words

ACTIVE LEARNING
Sprinkled with questions and seek-and-find activities

BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
Full of eye-catching, colourful illustrations and drawings

CHILD-FRIENDLY FUN
All questions are designed with the developmental needs of ages 0-3 in mind

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

· Each themed section features fun-filled pictures, things to name and inviting questions and activities.

· Combines look-and-find activities with new words, numbers and colours, providing hours of fun and learning.

· Curated for children to help them develop their speaking, listening, and observational skills as they learn to identify objects and colours.

· Suitable for holidays and to keep young ones engaged.

· The perfect alternative to excess screen time!

Select Preferred Format

Penguin India

These books were put together by Penguin India Editorial team, a dedicated band of editors striving to create the finest Indian children's books, perfect for every reading level and requirement. Each book is meticulously researched and exquisitely designed to enrich a reader's interaction with the book. Your introduction to the imaginative and magical world of learning and storytelling starts here!

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