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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite
My Turn to Learn Numbers is an adorable book by Natalie Marshall that will help your young child understand their numbers. This book has one page for each number up through five, with pictures of different objects or animals throughout so they can actually see the number and what it represents. The pictures are very cute and perfect for young children. Whether you’re reading to your infant or practicing with your toddler, this is the perfect book to teach anyone their numbers. Big pictures and bright colors make it easy to keep your child’s attention as you go through each page. With only a few words on each page, you won’t have to worry about your child getting bored partway through. This is something you can read to them every day to help them remember and learn faster than any other way.
When you’re trying to get your little one to learn their numbers it can be difficult. Just like teaching them pretty much anything else, you have to continue to repeat over and over again what you want them to learn. With this book it’s so much easier than simply repeating because your child has a book they can hold (it’s sturdy enough for young children) and they also have great pictures to look at to show them the numbers. Who doesn’t find it easier to understand the number three if they’re looking at a picture of three objects that can be seen and counted? Your child definitely will with My Turn to Learn Numbers.