Math for Preschoolers

Grandfather Tang's story

By Ann Tompert, Robert Andrew Parker (illustrator)

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Grandfather tells a story about shape-changing fox fairies who try to best each other until a hunter brings danger to both of them.
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Color farm

By Lois Ehlert

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The rooster, dog, sheep, cow, pig, and other animals on a farm are made up of colorful shapes such as square, circle, rectangle, and triangle. Features die-cut pages.
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A giraffe and a half

By Shel Silverstein

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Rhymed text tells a hypothetical story about a Giraffe, and the many things that could happen to this giraffe...IF. The poems starts with "If you had a giraffe..." and continues by building along these lines with all sorts of different "ifs" and their conclusions.
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The paper crane

By Molly Bang

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A mysterious man enters a restaurant and pays for his dinner with a paper crane that magically comes alive and dances.
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Eating fractions

By Bruce McMillan

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Food is cut into halves, quarters, and thirds to illustrate how parts make a whole. Simple recipes included.
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One fine day

By Nancy Hogrogian

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After the old woman cuts off his tail when he steals her milk, the fox must go through a long series of transactions before she will sew it back on again.
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Caps for sale : a tale of a peddler, some monkeys, and their monkey business

By Esphyr Slobodkina

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A band of mischievous monkeys steals every one of a peddler's caps while he takes a nap under a tree.
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The doorbell rang

By Pat Hutchins

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Each time the doorbell rings, there are more people who have come to share Ma's wonderful cookies.
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How much is a million?

By David M. Schwartz ; Steven Kellogg (illustrator)

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Text and pictures try to make possible the conceptualization of a million, a billion, and a trillion.
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The 500 hats of Bartholomew Cubbins

By Dr. Seuss

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At first, Bartholomew Cubbins had just one hat, but when the King ordered him to take it off, he found that he cound not--each time there was another on his head.
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