Ten Magic Butterflies

Ten Magic Butterflies

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One by one, ten flowers ask a fairy to turn them into butterflies for a night of magical flying, demonstrating to readers the different ways to group numbers to create ten.
Publisher: New York : Crown Books for Young Readers, [2018]
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781101933831
1101933836
9781101933824
1101933828
Branch Call Number: MCK STORIES
Characteristics: 32 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: Bricking, Jennifer - Illustrator
Alternative Title: 10 magic butterflies

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AndLib1 May 15, 2018

This is a great book for preschool through 1st grade. It does one thing that other counting/number preschool books don't. It emphasizes "Making 10 in different ways, a fundamental stepping stone to addition and subtraction.." For example 3 fairies and 7 flowers is 10 fairies and flow... Read More »


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AndLib1 May 15, 2018

This is a great book for preschool through 1st grade. It does one thing that other counting/number preschool books don't. It emphasizes "Making 10 in different ways, a fundamental stepping stone to addition and subtraction.." For example 3 fairies and 7 flowers is 10 fairies and flowers, but so is 4 fairies and 6 flowers. All within a magical story about flowers, fairies and slipped in a moral of gratitude for what you are. The illustrations are bright and cheery and add to the magical feeling of the book. The book will make a great lap time story. A warm, fun, and friendly way to introduce number grouping and regrouping.

The author is best known for her roles on The Wonder Years and The West Wing, Danica McKellar is also a three-time New York Times bestselling author, internationally-recognized mathematician and advocate for math education. She graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a degree in Mathematics. Where she co-author a groundbreaking mathematical physics theorem which bears her name, the Chayes-McKellar-Winn Theorem.

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AndLib1 May 15, 2018

AndLib1 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 3 and 6

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