by The Metropolitan Museum of Art
fresh approach to teaching numbers uses famous works of art
from NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each number has four
pages of artwork devoted to it, some depicting the number and
others used for a fun object-search activity (click 'see inside' link
below for sample pages). Information about the
featured works of art is included at the back.
This is a great picture book for adding a little art and culture to your child or students' lives. And, let's face it, sometimes you need a break from cute kid books. This is a picture book that will feed your own curiosity and intellect as much as it feeds your little ones! If you like this book, check out the Metropolitan Museum's other kids books: Museum ABC and Museum Shapes.)
Below are sample spreads from inside this book. There are four pages for each number and they all follow the same format. These are the pages for number one:
Here are other sample pages. The first sample is the main page for the number 5 and the next sample is one of the pages depicting the number 2.
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