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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Learning how to count should never be stressful for a child. This educational story allows children to learn how to count from one to ten using colorful farm animals and prompt pages. To make the counting game more fun and challenging, the pictures contain different animals so the child can learn how to identify and number them. Kids can follow along with the words as their parent or teacher reads the questions, and learn how to pronounce them. Counting Farm Animals 1 to 10: Counting Books For Kindergarten by Rahl Books and Paulo Solana is as much fun as it is educational.
Counting Farm Animals 1 to 10 by Rahl Books and Paulo Solana is an adorable story that teaches kids to count by playing with their imagination. The pictures are fun and colorful and add a visual aid that allows them to see the different animals while they count the correct ones. As a bonus, the words that are used on the question pages can also help a child engage in reading and following directions. I find this story an all-around win from which any young child can benefit. This engaging picture book will make a great addition to any teacher’s arsenal of cute and educational works. I hope to see many more books from this author in the future.