Count to 100

Publisher: Usborne

Review

Counting to 100 can be hard, but if you break it down and use fun objects to help you (like cars, flowers, swirling leaves and stars), you'll get to 100 in no time!

This book is a great tool to help children who are ready to count past ten. Each page has bright, fun illustrations and instructions on how many objects you can expect to count there. It is also peppered with extra interactive games to help keep young children interested. It takes the overwhelming task of counting to 100 and breaks it into manageable and enjoyable stages.

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