Zero, Zilch, Nada: Counting to None — Big Universe
Jun 06, Isabel Hernandez rated it it was amazing Shelves: I like how the book visually represents the numbers with a grid of balloons, and how it shows the students the difference in skip counting with different numbers, as well as emphasizing the importance of skip counting and how it can make things easier in real life situations.
Aug 07, Stephanie rated it liked it. Math story book about a rabbit who needs to count to balloons. To be used with color patterns, counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, adding and subtracting, and multiplying at end. Very cute story too.
Dec 23, Robin rated it liked it Shelves: Another great math picture book comes across my desk this morning and I like it! Jess rated it really liked it Jul 20, Lori rated it really liked it Jan 22, Megan Garbe rated it it was ok Apr 10, Kim rated it it was amazing Aug 12, Knight rated it liked it Apr 29, Jaylene rated it liked it Oct 08, Amanda Martinez Kirby rated it really liked it Jul 27, Kelly m rated it liked it Apr 17, Holly rated it liked it May 28, Suzi Sherman rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Alice Harrison rated it really liked it Jul 17, Elisa rated it it was amazing Mar 29, Amy rated it really liked it Nov 11, Kaulin rated it really liked it Feb 20, Sarah Benson rated it it was amazing Mar 25, Welcome to the land of Digitaria where the numbers love to play the game Addemup, but Zero has nothing to add!
Will Zero find his place on his journey of self-discovery?
Read along and find out! Counting to None By Wendy Ulmer.
Nada, Zip, Zero, Zilch, Nix, Rien = Nothing!
Harry the bunny has a math problem! Full of charming pictures, this book provides easy-to-follow math concepts for kids through the eyes of an adorable bunny. From Zero to Ten: I also joked this is similar to Roget's Thesaurus so here's an entry from an edition: That's clearly an earlier variant of the same thing.
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Reminds me of the dead parrot sketch. That poor parrot will probably go down in history as the most conclusively dead bird ever. Much deader than the dodo , even putting aside the matter of whether the dodo should be classified as fish, fowl, or good red herring! For instance, both kinds of sentence below occur, and are intended to mean the same: John Lawler 84k 6 I don't make up these names, honest.
They're Haj Ross's responsibility. How are these words related to railway stations?
Zero, Zilch, Nada: Counting to None
Not to railway stations, but to Bahnhof. It's an idiom in German: Ich verstehe nur Bahnhof. In any case, it still looks as if the meaning of "zip" was very new at the time in English. No, it is much older.
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Early sixties, if not before. That a Slovenian translator might not have heard of it at that time is not good evidence that it wasn't common in some places e.
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