Three Friends: A Counting Book/Tres Amigos: Un Cuento Para Contar

Three Friends A Counting Book Tres Amigos Un Cuento Para Contar Count your way through this rollicking adventure in the Southwest Learn the numbers in English and Spanish from one to ten plus other words you need to know to be a good cowboy or cowgirl With armadi

  • Title: Three Friends: A Counting Book/Tres Amigos: Un Cuento Para Contar
  • Author: María Cristina Brusca Tona Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780805037074
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Count your way through this rollicking adventure in the Southwest Learn the numbers in English and Spanish from one to ten, plus other words you need to know to be a good cowboy or cowgirl With armadillos, roadrunners, tumbleweeds, snakes, and coyotes on the loose, it all adds up to great fun Esta divertida aventura te ense ar a encontrar el camino de uno a diez en inglCount your way through this rollicking adventure in the Southwest Learn the numbers in English and Spanish from one to ten, plus other words you need to know to be a good cowboy or cowgirl With armadillos, roadrunners, tumbleweeds, snakes, and coyotes on the loose, it all adds up to great fun Esta divertida aventura te ense ar a encontrar el camino de uno a diez en ingl s y en espa ol Tambi n aprender s otras palabras indispensables para ser un buen vaquero o vaquera Armadillos, correcaminos, plantas rodadoras, serpientes y coyotes Todos se suman a esta desopilante travesura en el sudoeste de los Estados Unidos.

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    1. This book counts from one to ten and back to one. There is one horse on the first page, two cowboys on the second page, three friends on the third, and so on. Throughout this picture book, the three friends come across other things that would be in a desert, such as tumbleweeds, cactuses, armadillos, coyotes, etc. On the last page there is one moon. The numbers and desert items are written in both English and Spanish. Reading this book would be a great way to help Spanish speaking children learn [...]

    2. This is a bilingual counting book for children. It has the Spanish and English names for numbers 1 through 10. The book also gives examples of different things in both languages, such as one horse/un caballo. There are also 2 cowboys, 3 friends, 4 armadillos, 5 cows, 6 tumbleweeds, 7 rattlesnakes, 8 coyotes, 9 roadrunners, and 10 cactus (also in Spanish). In the end of the book, one moon shines over all in Spanish and in English. This book would be great to use to incorporate the Spanish languag [...]

    3. Three Friends/Tres Amigos is a counting book that contains Spanish translations on each page. The story is about three friends and three friends that embark on a cowboy adventure together. As they encounter new objects, they could how many there are. I would use this book in a primary grades to teach counting in Spanish as well as some Spanish vocabulary words. Three Friends/Tres Amigos could be a good introduction to a project where students create their own counting book with Spanish translati [...]

    4. This will work in the cowboy-themes storytime, especially in trying to implement teaching a concept. Now I have a counting book, and to make it different I can have the kids repeat the numbers in Spanish. I won't try to have them say all the other stuff in Spanish, since I'm not sure I would pronounce it correctly!Lots of action on the pages, which should also keep their attention.

    5. It works "okay". I didn't attempt the Spanish, and that might have helped some butI sure wish there were better short cowboy books out there.

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