Canada Book: Canada Counts

Ready to learn some facts about Canada?   Have a child learning their numbers?   How about combining two lessons in one?

Canada Counts...learn to count from 1-20 as well as 37, 1867, and more.  Counting is so much more than the first few numbers, it's learning and seeing how they all fit together.



About: 
Now children can learn their numbers with Canada Counts. On these pages, new artwork illustrates numbers from 1 to 20, as well as other important Canadian numbers such as 1867 and 1982. There may be 1 walking boy, but there are 3 territories, 4 seasons, and 9 Supreme Court justices.   With Canada Counts, Charles Pachter has written another love letter to our country.

What you get:
Good artwork with facts to go along.  Would have known we had a beaver and otter airplane?   I knew about the beaver, but the otter had escaped my notice.

Interesting Facts.  It was an good connection for me learning more about the Famous Five, as I had just learned about the famous five at the WW1 and Canada exhibit we were just at.  Connections built eh?

Counting!  And not just the basics of 1-20, but all kinds of numbers that are important to us as Canadians.  We learn history within our counting!  :)

Provincial information, even as we count.   Good to learn these important facts. And to see our flags alongside.
 

Canada Counts: A Charles Pachter Counting Book
Charles Pachter
Cormorant Books
64 pages
hardcover, counting book, children

Where Can you Find it?
Amazon.ca: Canada Counts.
Amazon.com:  Canada Counts.

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2 comments

  1. What a unique way to make connections and bring out significant facts. Neat book.

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