Review of The Ants Go Marching

A highly interactive book full of colour. The children enjoyed listening to the story and then delighted in singing the song at the end of the book. This die-cut book with holes is excellent for encouraging observation, colour and pattern recognition by searching for individual ants. It is also an excellent way to help children develop and understanding of quantities represented by the numerals 1 through to ten.

Sharon Campbell, Nursery Education Plus. 1st May 2009

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