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by Elinor J. Pinczes

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ISBN:
0395735777
ISBN13:
978-0395735770
Author:
Elinor J. Pinczes
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; First Printing/HARDCOVER edition (October 1, 1996)
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Pages:
32 pages
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1830 kb
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1963 kb
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Rating:
4.8

Arctic Fives Arrive Hardcover – October 1, 1996. In verse slightly less agile than that of her 100 Hungry Ants and A Remainder of One, Pinczes enlivens another math concept, this time teaching readers to count by fives. First, five snowy owls perch upon an iceberg

Arctic Fives Arrive Hardcover – October 1, 1996. by. Elinor J. Pinczes (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. First, five snowy owls perch upon an iceberg. They are followed by five polar bears. Next, five ermine show up, and then five walrus, five arctic hares and five musk oxen join the crowd. All the animals settle in for a grandstand view of the Northern Lights.

This is a great book to introduce or reinforce counting by fives up to 30 and back again.

Ships from and sold by the grumpy gargoyle. This is a great book to introduce or reinforce counting by fives up to 30 and back again. I like using it with my children because of the above average vocabulary and because it is a great springboard for other studies (Northern Lights, Artic, Ermines, discussion on new words) all while teaching math concepts.

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1996) A Picture Book by Elinor J Pinczes. 1998 : USA Paperback. As groups of Arctic animals gather on a hilltop to view the northern lights, this lively picture book demonstrates how to count by fives. The concept of counting by fives gets visual treatment in a satisfying story that also introduces children to one of nature's most beautiful mysteries. The singsongy text adds sparkle and the rainbow-colored spread depicting the northern lights is a fine surprise.

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Then we read a few Arctic-themed books we have. Arctic fives arrive by Elinor J Pinczes. We focused on how the authors described the bears and discussed what descriptive words are. We read: Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Bill Martin Jr. The Three Snow Bears by Jan Brett. Then we came up with a list of our own words to describe polar bears. Next was the art project.

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As a group of Arctic animals gathers together on a hilltop to view the northern lights, this lively book demonstrates how to count by fives with the help of snowy owls, musk oxen, walrus, ermine, polar bears, and more.
Reviews:
  • Ballazan
I bought this book for the math concept but when it arrived and I started to read the text, I fell in love with the language! Such fun! The vocabulary and the playing with words! Sorry, I got it for teaching math but...grouping by 5 is gonna take a back seat.
  • Wenaiand
Children love this story which is a fun way to introduce the concepts of math (counting by fives), the arctic habitat, geography and natural phenomenon (the northern lights). As a teacher, I've used this book with three to six year olds. It is one of those rare books that lends itself beautifully to building several lessons around. It is easy to expand upon the books' concepts for the older children but the younger children love as well. It's simple but rhyming, poetic text and captivating art work make it a book that children ask to read again and agian.
  • Konetav
I read this book to my friend's 6 year old son. Out of the two books I had for him to hear, he wanted me to read this one first because the animals on the cover caught his eye. All the pictures were entertaining as they followed along with this math story and led to a very colorful end - all the animals came to see the Northern Lights. While reading, we counted the number of animals that came each time and when I asked him how many would show up on the next page, he knew it'd be five more. We both learned what an "ermine" is for the first time. I think this was a really cute book and will read it to my future students.
  • Zahisan
This is a great book to introduce or reinforce counting by fives up to 30 and back again. I like using it with my children because of the above average vocabulary and because it is a great springboard for other studies (Northern Lights, Artic, Ermines, discussion on new words) all while teaching math concepts. The illustrations are cute too. A great all-in-one book.