## Booklet: Where Have All The Fire Dogs Gone?

7 pages. Your students will get dog gone good at solving these subtraction equations while they mull over the mystery!

## Booklet: 10 Little Fire Trucks

11 pages. A red-hot way to review numbers, counting, sequencing and addition to a favorite tune. Sing the song backwards and explore subtraction.

## Booklet: Where Has All The Candy Corn Gone?

9 pages. Children will have fun solving the mystery while they practice their subtraction and writing equation skills in this fun booklet.

## Booklet: 10 Little Candy Corn

11 pages. Let this old-fashioned tune help you review numbers 1 through 10. What a fun way to learn numbers as students practice tracing and writing them.

## Booklet: 10 Little Black Cats

11 pages. A "purr-fect" way to review counting, number - word recognition, addition & subtraction (if you sing backwards too), as well as practice writing and sequencing numbers to a favorite tune!

## Booklet: Where Have All The Black Cats Gone?

ink your claws into these 7 pages. Children will have fun sharpening their subtraction skills while solving the meow-wow mystery!

## Booklet: 10 Little Bats

11 pages. What a "bat-tastic" way to review counting addition/subtraction (sing backwards too!) as well as practice writing and sequencing numbers to a favorite tune. Children trace then write the number as well as the number word. To review concept

## Booklet: Where Have All The Trains Gone?

7 pages. Children enjoy practicing their writing and subtraction skills doing these simple math equations while X-ing off a train as they go. Can you solve the mystery?

## Booklet: 10 Little Trains

11 pages. A terrific way to review numbers, counting, sequencing and addition to a favorite tune. Sing the song backwards and explore subtraction. Children trace and write numbers as well as number-words. Reinforce concepts of print by reading the b

## Booklet: 10 Little Buses

11 pages. A sing along to reinforce writing, counting, sequencing and number recognition. Children trace then write the number as well as the number-word.
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