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Reviewed by Mariana Mukhebi for Readers' Favorite
Counting is a fun and engaging way to improve math skills, especially for children. Imogen & Friends Count to Ten! by Amy Louise Hill takes us on a creative journey for a wonderful learning experience. Her beautiful illustrations teach children how to count, an essential basic skill every child needs to acquire. For instance, kids can learn how to count fruits, vegetables, and other items. The patterns are simple and easily arranged to facilitate the learning process. Additionally, Hill applies different counting methods by using visual techniques to enhance engagement.
With many benefits aside from being comprehensive learning material, parents can also use the opportunity to share a close bond with their children. I was delighted to see how Amy Louise Hill contributes to the overall experience by making learning simple. The language in Imogen & Friends Count to Ten! is clear, concise, and easy to understand. It is best to use this picture book practically, where the parent may act as a guide or a teacher, counting the numbers together with the child to avoid unnecessary confusion. Counting numbers can be done in a multitude of ways, including by singing, counting with fingers, or even by playing with objects. In turn, this helps increase the cognitive capacity of children tremendously. It is an excellent way for kids to learn about what is essential in life and the role that education plays in fulfilling our lives.