Counting is so much more fun to teach when it’s through fun stories. I always love how excited students are to show their counting skills and practice while we read. Here’s a list of 12 fun counting books for little learners you’ll want to add to your classroom library today.
12 Counting Books for Little Learners
Quack and Count by Keith Baker
Little flying ducks are getting ready to fly! Watch as they slip and slide to their new skill through this beautiful, rhyming book.
Counting Crocodiles by Judy Sierra
This brave little money only wants a banana. But to get there he must navigate through crocodiles! Watch as money counts each one and makes it to his beloved banana.
How Many Bugs in a Box? by David A. Carter
This is a fun pop-up book that never disappoints! Little, funny names bugs pop out of all kinds of different place in this book to make counting fun for any reader.
Your youngest little learners will be mesmerized by this fun book. The black dots can represent so many things in our everyday lives!
Ten Apples Up On Top by Theo LeSieg
This is a classic Dr. Seuss story that is perfect anytime of year. Follow along as three friends try doing different things while balancing apples on top of their heads.
Ten Sly Piranhas by William Wise
Watch as piranhas keep disappearing! Students will like the idea of counting backward as they practice number sense.
Fish Eyes is a classic counting book that students will love because of the beautiful images. This engaging book is perfect for beginning addition introduction too!
One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab by April Pulley Sayre
Students will love the fun twist to counting at the beach as little animals guide children in counting as they offer their feet up for simple counting.
One Moose, Twenty Mice by Clare Beaton
Another great addition to any classroom library. I love the way this fun moose makes counting fun and easy for little learners.
Best Counting Book Ever by Richard Scarry
Richard Scarry’s books never disappoint. The detail in the book is enough to add it to your classroom library today as your students work on counting from 1 to 100.
I love the little expressions of the peas in this beautiful book. The illustrations are inviting and it’s perfect for little learners starting to count!
Curious George Learns to Count to 100 by H. A. Rey
Every child loves Curious George. This fun book brings a little challenge to little learners as they work on counting from 1 to 100.
Use this set of fun books along with the Zoo First to 20 and First to 50 Math Games!
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Do you have any favorite children’s alliteration books that are not on the list? If so, please share in the comments below.
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