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by Louise Mathews

Free eBook Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies download ISBN: 0590418807
Author: Louise Mathews
Publisher: Scholastic (February 1988)
Language: English
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Mathematics
Size MP3: 1112 mb
Size FLAC: 1559 mb
Rating: 4.1
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of Bunnies is a book written to teach children the wonders of multiplication in a fun, silly way. Low on text, and high on pictures, this is meant for the d set. I just think the pictures are so adorable

of Bunnies is a book written to teach children the wonders of multiplication in a fun, silly way. I just think the pictures are so adorable. of Bunnies, the expressive and sometimes mischevious bunnies are featured doing everything from going to school to playing pool.

Busy bunnies demonstrate multiplication operations from 1 to 1.

Read by Louise Mathews. So begins the invitation to count bunches and bunches of bunnies in this colorful and fun book that also teaches multiplication.

So begins the invitation to count bunches and bunches of bunnies in this colorful and fun book that also. Counting rhyme illustrated with bunches of bunnies. ISBN13:9780590447669. Release Date:September 1989.

Mathews' rhymes are not very catchy in themselves (at a magic show, ""6 shuffle cards, 6 pull silk by yards.

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Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies. Are you sure you want to remove Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies from your list? Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies. Published November 1990 by Scholastic. Addition, Multiplication, In library, Juvenile literature, Arithmetic.

We're ready to count bunches and bunches of bunnies and to learn some . Count the bunnies looking fine. Marching in a bunny line.

We're ready to count bunches and bunches of bunnies and to learn some multiplication with you a. . We're ready to count bunches and bunches of bunnies and to learn some multiplication with you as we read aloud "Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies" by Louise Matthews. We are two sisters on a mission to making a difference by spreading fun and engaging literacy experiences across the globe.

Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies/Big Books. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780590715720 (978-0-590-71572-0) Softcover, Scholastic, 1989. Find signed collectible books: 'Bunches and Bunches of Bunnies/Big Books'.

ISBN 10: 0590447661 ISBN 13: 9780590447669. Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks, 1990.

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User reviews
SupperDom
I had this book when it first came out, but rediscovered it recently. What I always remembered was the simple but engaging way the multiplicative squares (1 x 1, 2 x 2, etc.) are presented -- with increasingly large groups of bunnies. Easy rhymes and darling pictures help beginning mathematicians grasp the underlying concept of multiplication without being overt about it. Younger childern will simply like all the bunnies doing silly things.
huckman
Love this book. Originally bought it for my son as an Easter book...and now have a grandson who loves numbers...so glad I could find it.
nailer
Impressed by condition knowing how old it is. Thanks for saving this gem.
Andromakus
This was my children's favorite book. Had to get one for the granddaughter.
Fesho
A great story to teach the basics of multiplication.
Larosa
It's just as I remember it from my childhood. Nice illustrations and a great book for teaching multiplication facts to young children. My little ones love it.
Gadar
I had this book as kid and when the opportunity came to add it to my classroom, I was thrilled to share it with a younger generation.

Starting with a bunny flipping over in the clover, the reader is introduced to the multiplication of 1x1=1.
When 2 bunnies who are walking their babies start to talk, the reader knows that 2x2=4.
And on it goes with the multiplication of bunnies through repetitive text and lively illustrations.

There's also a great introduction to vocab and activities based on where the groups of bunnies are. For example, when we reach a beach scene, we know there are groups of 8 bunnies doing each of the following:

*building forts,
*swimming in the ocean,
*riding rafts,
*using suntan lotion
*trying sports
*hiding in the sand
*finding shells
*hearing bells

Nine bunnies do 9 different activities and the same with groups of 10, 11, and 12.

Instead of children learning their multiplication tables by rote, this book is a great way to introduce the concept.
This book is an absolute scream!
Believe it or not, my college bookstore actually carried this item. As a pre-exam stress break, I picked it up and started thumbing through it. I laughed so hard that I had to buy it.
_Bunches...of Bunnies_ is a book written to teach children the wonders of multiplication in a fun, silly way. Low on text, and high on pictures, this is meant for the just-learning-to-read set.
I just think the pictures are so adorable. Unlike a typical children's book, in _Bunches...of Bunnies_, the expressive and sometimes mischevious bunnies are featured doing everything from going to school to playing pool.
I can't wait until I become an aunt, as I plan to buy this for all my nieces and nephews.