Thursday, October 13, 2011

Children's book review - Ten Little Caterpillars

My kids love for me to read to them, and we are avid library visitors. We use books during our preschool at home time, sometimes for learning about a specific subject, a letter or number, or just for a neat story to listen to.

My kiddos really like this book. It's not very long or wordy, has big, bright pictures and has some scientific learning possibilities also. What I like it for: identifying numbers, counting, and there's something really neat at the end. They go through different types of caterpillars and show what kind of butterfly they become. I think that's pretty darn neat for a children's book. 

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