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ISBN:0785753370
Author: Kate Salley Palmer,Diane Johnston Hamm
ISBN13: 978-0785753377
Title: How Many Feet In The Bed? (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Turtleback Books; Bound for Schools & Libraries ed. edition (October 1, 1994)

How Many Feet In The Bed? (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) by Kate Salley Palmer,Diane Johnston Hamm



School & Library Binding. This was one of the Christmas presents I got for my grandchildren who were then 6 & 1/2 & 3 & 1/2. I think it's a cute book with good illustrations, & I think it's a good introduction to adding & subtracting - . there are 4 feet in the bed, one child gets out of the bed - now there are 2 feet in the bed. The kids like the book. There's another book with the exact same name, by a different author.

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Have you read How Many Feet in the Bed? by Diane Johnston Hamm? This counting book does a great job of making counting fun and easy for little readers. Kate Salley Palmer did a fantastic job with the artwork in this book. To get started I traced my Niece J’s feet. Then I used the first two to trace 8 more feet. If you are doing this activity with toddlers I recommend have the feet already cut out before reading the book. We laid out a blanket to act as the bed and found 10 feet perfect for counting. Using a black marker, I wrote a number (1-10) on each foot

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FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Count the feet as a family of five tumbles in and out of bed on a Sunday morning.
Reviews: 7
Shistus
This was one of the Christmas presents I got for my grandchildren who were then 6 & 1/2 & 3 & 1/2. I think it's a cute book with good illustrations, & I think it's a good introduction to adding & subtracting -- i.e. -- there are 4 feet in the bed, one child gets out of the bed -- now there are 2 feet in the bed.
The kids like the book. There's another book with the exact same name, by a different author. That one is also good, but very different.
Lanin
This is such a sweet, fun book! My granddaughter just loves it. There are so many things to relate to in the story. But, it's a book about counting; and skip counting; and pairs; math stuff warm and fuzzy!
Mojind
This book as not what I expected. It was a good book, but to low for my class. I gave it to a lower grade who loved it.
Mpapa
This is a nice story to help children with number concept. I bought it used, and it was still in a good condition.
POFOD
I would recommend this book as an introduction to teaching children to count by twos. Children can relate to the story and enjoy learning to count by twos. For homework children were asked to 'count how many feet in your house tonight?'
Walianirv
I saw a lesson plan on Pinterest that used this book. I think it is a good book to expand about adding the feet and taking away to help children learn that concept.
Rageseeker
This is a fun way to introduce counting and multiplication. The illustrations are delightful. Aimed at pre-school to early elementary age. Highly recommended.