• Title: Rock It, Sock It, Number Line
  • Author: Bill Martin Jr. Michael Sampson
  • ISBN: 9780805063042
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rock It Sock It Number Line A fabulous new counting book from Bill Martin Jr Rock it Sock it Number Line Numbers and Veggies Party Time rocketsthrough the sky and parachutes downwith a pumpkin pie The numbers are having a pa
    A fabulous new counting book from Bill Martin, Jr.Rock it, Sock it,Number Line Numbers and Veggies,Party Time 1 rocketsthrough the sky,and parachutes downwith a pumpkin pie.The numbers are having a party in the vegetable garden Bouncy rhymes and bold, bright art make for a lively and delicious introduction to counting In Rock It, Sock It, Number Line, acclaimed author anA fabulous new counting book from Bill Martin, Jr.Rock it, Sock it,Number Line Numbers and Veggies,Party Time 1 rocketsthrough the sky,and parachutes downwith a pumpkin pie.The numbers are having a party in the vegetable garden Bouncy rhymes and bold, bright art make for a lively and delicious introduction to counting In Rock It, Sock It, Number Line, acclaimed author and language specialist Bill Martin, Jr does for numbers what he did for the alphabet in his classic Chicka Chicka Boom Boom.

    One Reply to “Rock It, Sock It, Number Line”

    1. This book features an odd combination of dancing vegetables and cartoon Arabic numerals, set against a vegetable garden backdrop. Although the digitally produced illustrations are brightly colored, some of them are cluttered. More problematic is the disconnect between the illustrations and the counting concepts: for example, the cartoon numeral “2” is shown commiserating with *three* small rabbits, while the numeral “5” is shown dancing with three, not five, broccoli stems. These illustr [...]

    2. Bookaday #32. Odd little book, thought it would be about a number line, but that reference in the title is more like a bad rhyme to go with dancing time. Might confuse readers since the pages don't show that number of items. A bit of a mess.

    3. Introduces the numbers one through ten as vegetables and numbers dance together at the king’s and queen’s garden party before jumping into the soup to be eaten by a crowned boy and girl. A great book to use for teaching various vegetables and basic counting.

    4. Cute! My kids like singing the words "rock it, sock it!" It challenged my oldest little reader as it had words he was not used to. He enjoyed it, and I liked that he enjoyed it so.

    5. I didn't think this book was that great, but it woul be good to teach kids about numbers. It counts up to ten and then backwards from ten.

    6. I really liked the way the words flowed from page to page and the rhyming of it all. We had fun reading this one

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