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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
Horseshoe Counting Book is written by Penny Steinke. This beginner’s math book is full of basic concepts about counting and how to keep things in order. The pages have several key ideas about groups, organization, and addresses some minor issues that kids might run into when learning to count and work out math problems. There are pages for kids to learn to count to ten as well as counting backward from ten. There is also some basic addition and subtraction that will get kids started in simple arithmetic. The entire time kids are learning to work with basic numbers they will learn the basics about the game of horseshoes. Learning valuable information about a fun sport while kickstarting education is a win-win situation!
Horseshoe Counting Book by Penny Steinke would be a wonderful addition to any preschooler’s curriculum. I love the way Steinke tackled the sometimes hard to explain concept about how counting works in a way that kids will easily understand. While learning the basics of math, kids will also learn the basics of the game of horseshoes. From learning how to count forward and backward, putting items in groups to count them, learning addition and subtraction, to learning how to play a sport, this book adds fun to education. Once the child has completed this book, they should be able to work out basic math or even help keep track of points while playing horseshoes! Horseshoe Counting Book would serve any young child well as they begin math and counting. I look forward to many more educational books from Steinke.