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Chicken Math

(5 customer reviews)

$9.99

Counting chickens is fun for all ages! Chicken Math helps the younger chicken keepers learn colors and counting while collecting chickens

 

33 in stock

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Description

It isn’t too early to introduce future chicken keepers to the art of chicken math!  In Hannah Embury’s book, Chicken Math, the youngest book lovers will enjoy learning colors and counting, while collecting chickens.  The illustrations are colorful and fun! Your whole family will love this fun picture book.

ages 1 – 6

 

5 reviews for Chicken Math

  1. Rachel

    A great book to teach kids numbers and colors. Homestead mamas will wonder if this is an autobiography as it is eerily true to life about how one acquires more chickens!

  2. Joshua Foster

    Chicken Math is a fun story, perfect for new readers. Our 6 year old has already read it to us a few times. Each time she finds a new way to add up the chickens. She seems to enjoy that part the most, and agrees you can never have too many chickens.

    Over all I recommend this book for preschool readers and up. The colorful illustration combined with a funny story, makes Chicken Math an engaging story for our daily reading.

  3. Erica Turner

    This book is adorable and my children loved it! The story line is cute and the illustrations are eye catching. Even though this book is suggested for preschool/toddler aged kids, my 5 and 7 year old enjoyed it as well. I highly recommend this book!

  4. Ashley

    If you have toddler or preschool age kiddos you should definitely check this book out! It’s a super fun and simple way to get your littles counting with you, and the illustrations are so cute and colorful. We absolutely love it!

  5. Brittney Duncan

    Cute book about the reality of never having enough chickens! My kids loved the story and the pictures and I loved that they were working on their counting and colors while reading it!

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