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10 thoughts on “Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose

  1. says:

    I read this to my four year old I think the book is a great concept highlighting the numbers in nursery rhymes There were just two things about it that made it less enjoyable.1 Too long 2 The illustrations were a little on the weird side of quirky, and my kid didn t love them.


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    Genre Mother GooseMother Goose Numbers on the LooseSummary well known Mother Goose nursery rhymes are joined with the concept of counting in this book Each rhyme showcases specific numbers that are on the loose as the reader attempts to located them though out the book.a Area for comment organizationCritique b Aside from random number or color identification for early learners, this book was difficult to follow as an adult reader The numbers are highlighted and presented in various colors, but there is no true theme presented to the reader Presenting the numbers out of order has the potential to confuse early learners and some of the rhymes don t seem to make much sense.c For example, Hickery, dickery 6 and 7, Alabone, Crackabone 10 and 11 The use of rhyming may be beneficial for someone teaching this concept, but an attempt to instruct a lesson on number order with this title would not go over well with beginners.Curriculum connection Although this book may not be very helpful in a math setting, it may still be used with early learners who are just grasping number identification Additionally, this title may be used when teaching a lesson on rhyming patterns.


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    Book Level 3.7 Summary This rhyming, number story tells classic Mother Goose tales.Writing Trait Sentence Fluency In this story, the movement of the text is facilitated by its rhyming quality As a result, students can easily recognize the rhythm that is evident in sentence fluency After reading Mother Goose Numbers on the Loose aloud, students could practice creating rhyming sentences as a class.Reading Component Fluency In class, students could take turns reading each page aloud Each phrase in this story rhymes so students can demonstrate their fluency by pacing appropriately As I listen to each student read aloud, I could fill out a checklist to keep track of their speed, accuracy, and expression K12Reader, 2016.


  4. says:

    Grade level s PreK 3Summary This is not your traditional counting book, the numbers are on the loose The numbers are hiding, dancing, and skipping from Mother Goose Embark on this rhythmic adventure to help gather all these mischievous numbers Review I really liked how this was not your conventional 12..34 book There are parts where the child reads and sees theres a whole number such as 10 and its broken down saying theres 4 of this 2 of this 2 of this and 2 of this on a page completely after they re done talking about a different number I think it helps children to keep thinking.Uses This could be used as an extended lesson to continue to teach children about counting.


  5. says:

    This is a book full of Mother Goose nursery rhymes All of the nursery rhymes in this book are ones that contain numbers or counting of some sort.I think this book has a good collection of nursery rhymes I like that it has all of the ones that include numbers This book could be used when teaching children how to count or when teaching them nursery rhymes or rhyming in general Traditional Lit


  6. says:

    This book is a great compilation of all the nursery rhymes that are familiar yet it incorporates numbers too The illustrations are very vivid and lively I like how it has nursery rhymes that are super popular and most everyone would know and also some that aren t as familiar I would consider adding this to my future classroom library Genre Traditional Literature Reading level K 2


  7. says:

    I enjoyed the nursery rhymes, many I have not heard in a long time I appreciate the little tweaks and updates The illustrations were unique, sparking my imagination, suggesting fun stories beyond the text.


  8. says:

    I didn t love this one It was part of a nursery rhyme kit, but my toddler wasn t interested.


  9. says:

    Loved it so much I had to buy two copiesGREAT illustrations also helps develop numeracy great work


  10. says:

    Traditional mother goose rhymes with a focus on those that include numbers.The illustrations are spot on and always get the math counting right rare than you might think.


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summary pdf Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose, summary chapter 2 Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose, sparknotes Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose, Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose 851dc11 The Numbers Are On The Loose Hiding And Dancing, Skipping And Laughing Through The Rhymes Of Mother Goose It S A Good Thing Caldecott Medal Winning Artists Leo And Diane Dillon Have Helped Gather Up All These Mischievous Numbers In A Stunning Celebration Of Counting, Rhymes, And Imagination The Rhymes, Both Familiar And Lesser Known, Are Ordered From Simple , ,To Complex Numbers, Making This A Collection To Grow With The Illustrations Are Filled With Surprising Wit And Whimsy And This Vibrant, Playful Volume Is Irresistible As An Introduction To Mother Goose Or As A New Delight For Her Longtime FansIncludes A Note From The Illustrators

  • Hardcover
  • 56 pages
  • Mother Goose: Numbers on the Loose
  • Leo Dillon
  • English
  • 09 October 2019
  • 9780152056766

About the Author: Leo Dillon

Leo Dillon was a celebrated African American magazine and book cover artist, and a children s book author and illustrator The vast majority of his work was done collaboratively with his wife, Diane Dillon, with whom he won his many awards, although a few early titles were solo projects.Born in Brooklyn in 1933, Lionel John Dillon was the son of Trinidadian immigrants, and was educated at the