Children - Preschool
32 Pages
Reviewed on 12/06/2019
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

Sharing is important in Fractions by Dianne Miller, which is part of the Little Bunny Series. Dianne Miller once again offers the essence of helping your child in building substance and character, which is crucial for their future. In this illustrated picture book, children will learn not only about sharing but fractions and counting. Watch as your child goes on an adventure with the Little Bunny family and Little Bunny's friend as they share a variety of food from a pizza and a cookie to a cupcake. During these occurrences, children will be taught about fractions from what ½ to ¼ looks like, which can be confusing and challenging at the beginning for any child, but with a little practice, they can do it.

This book is thought-provoking, insightful and explains how to create fractions simply and easily. It also creates an excellent way to introduce the essential elements of sharing. I enjoyed watching how the family and Little Bunny's friend were able to willingly share everything evenly. Fractions is just another aspect of the numbering system which is necessary for your child to learn. By reading this story, your child will enjoy learning about fractions alone or learning them with their friends. Don't be surprised if you find your child mimicking some of the fractions reflected in the book. Pick up your copy today - your child will thank you for it.