Book: Number March
Author: Nalini Sorensen
Ages: 3-7 years
What we love about this book: The gamification!! If you want your child to learn numbers in a gamified, fun way – you just have to get this book! This book teaches numbers using real life things as examples in the most creative way ever (eg 3 traffic lights, 4 prongs on a fork, etc). It’s an Indian book so the illustrations/examples are very relatable (3 wheels in an auto rickshaw, 5 fingers on a mehndi hand, the kids doing the Number March are dressed in Indian attire as well).
Amardeep highly recommends this book! Quoting her:
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Number March is the coolest book to not only learn but talk about numbers, and how they occur in our surroundings. It creates a sense of curiosity in the child and encourages them to explore the world in numbers – 7 colors of the rainbow, 7 jungle babblers, 7 days of the week. However, what I’ve loved the most about the book is how it opens doors to explore topics that the child hasn’t yet read about like wonders of the world. Each time we read this book, we find something new to discuss (oh and of course, my almost 5 yr old has the Number March Anthem memorized completely!).