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by Brian Gable,Brian P. Cleary

eBook A-B-A-B-A- A Book of Pattern Play (Math Is Categorical) epub
  • ISBN: 0822578808
  • Author: Brian Gable,Brian P. Cleary
  • Genre: Children
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Millbrook Pr (August 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 31 pages
  • ePUB size: 1987 kb
  • FB2 size 1653 kb
  • Formats rtf azw lrf lrf


In this playful look at patterns, Brian P. Cleary and Brian Gable provide many examples of repeating sequences of. .

In this playful look at patterns, Brian P. Cleary and Brian Gable provide many examples of repeating sequences of shapes, colors, objects, and more. The comical cats of the wildly popular Words Are CATegorical® series show how patterns can be found all around us. Peppy rhymes, goofy illustrations, and kid-friendly examples make pattern practice fun! Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Brian P. Cleary's enjoyable A-B-A-B-A-a Book of Pattern Play is the sixth in his Math Is CATegorical series. The story begins with a definition of a pattern and ends with a reaffirming question, 'So, what is a pattern?' This is a great question, since early childhood education can go into depth with explanations, only to find that children have not grasped what, specifically, a pattern is. Cleary starts with things we know, from shapes and the letters A and B to ice cream cones and girls and boys.

This book helps children understand what a pattern is with fun rhyming text and lots of visual illustrations: It’s sort of.

This book helps children understand what a pattern is with fun rhyming text and lots of visual illustrations: It’s sort of an arrangement of colors, shapes, or things, in a way that is predictable as in the row of rings. See the colors? Green, red, gold then green, red, gold green, red. Once you catch on, you can guess exactly what’s ahead. The end of the book includes skip counting by 2s, 5s, 10s-an idea you can expose them to now and help them be ready for it in kindergarten.

Title: A-B-A-B-A A Book of Pattern Play Author: Cleary, Brian . Gable, Brian (ILT) Publisher: Lerner Pub Group Publication Date: 2012/09/01 Number of Pages: 32 Binding Type: PAPERBACK Library of Congress: 2009049386 A-B-A-B-A A Book of Pattern Play (Math Is Categorical). We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

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Rhyming text introduces patterns and invites young readers to identify and complete simple examples of them.
Comments: (7)
LeXXXuS
The book was based on a good idea but, in five minutes, I had finished reading it with my three-year old granddaughter. There is little to this book and it would have been greatly improved with the addition of more examples for kids to work on. I am puzzled by other Amazon reviews that rate it so highly.
Dolid
My preschool choldren loved this book. It was both an introduction to some children and a review for others. It is well written and very colorful.
Clever
A good review book if the very basic pattern learning. I wouldn't get this for anyone in an advanced pattern learning
Frlas
A good beginning book on patterns. A good introduction to assigning letters to patterns.
Fearlessrunner
I use this book in science as well as music, it's great.
Lightbinder
What's not to like?
Xurad
You can see patterns all around you if you look closely or, for example, when you try counting in a certain pattern called "skip counting." The zany looking cat on roller blades pointing to an easel in the front of the book will tell you that a pattern is "A repeating arrangement of numbers, colors, shapes, or other items." This cat has an ugly looking pattern on his shirt, but that is not the kind of pattern we are taking a look at in this book. Once you see how a pattern repeats itself, you can soon figure out what will be next. Take for example, you can see on one page a red circle, green square, red circle, green square, red circle, and a green square. Can you tell what kind of shape will be next?

If you guessed that a red circle was next, you would be . . . correct! It can be very easy to predict because "Once you catch on, you can guess exactly what's next." These crazy CATegorical cats will help you learn all about patterns in a fun and easy way with their handy, dandy rhymes. You'll get to take a look at colors, shapes, numbers and other things. For example as you watch the painter cat work on a blank and white checkered floor you can easily see that "The pattern on this kitchen floor is white, then black, then white. / If this design is followed, then the floor will turn out right." A-B-A-B-A-B . . . it is easy to see that patterns can be fun AND predictable!

If you want to introduce your child or students to the concept of patterning, the CATegorical cats will show you how. Patterning is a classification skill that children learn at a young age. In this book we see simple patterns, but by the end we are looking at the more sophisticated patterns we find in skip counting. The CATegorical cats make it a lot of fun to learn how patterns work with their ingenious way of making somewhat boring concepts fun and exciting. You can count on the artwork in each of the CATegorical books to be colorful, zany, and scrumpdillyiciously fun every time you spot those cats. If you've ever taken a look at a "Math is CATegorical" book, you know you'll be adding this one to the others in the series!
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