Written in English
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|Number of Pages||16|
Sadie Can Count. Sadie Can Count is our first children’s multi-sensory book. This award winning book has large print and Braille text, full color and fully embossed pictures. Beginning readers, sighted, blind or visually impaired can enjoy Sadie Can Count with their friends and family. The tactile and visual qualities of this book promote sensory integration for all readers including populations as diverse as . Beginning readers, sighted, blind or visually impaired can enjoy 'Sadie Can Count' with their friends and family. The tactile and visual qualities of this book promote sensory integration for all readers including populations as diverse as Montessori students and children with autism."--Publisher's web page. Sadie Can Count is an excellent children's book. Explore Sadies's world and count the things she finds. The tactile images are very well done.5/5. Join Sadie as she explores her world and counts everyday treasures along the way. Help your child take the first step toward literacy by introducing tactile and visual symbols that represent common objects. .
A Full Color, Tactile Counting Book and a multi-sensory approach to early learning! Join Sadie as she explores her world and counts everyday treasures along the way. As Sadie moves along the floor, she finds 1 ball, 2 socks, 3 books, and so on, all the way up to 10 beads. Sadie Can Count is a wonderful book for beginners. It has large print and Braille text, full color and fully embossed pictures. Saved by WonderBaby Resources for Parents of Blind Kids. Although dealing with Mattie can be infuriating at times, Sadie loves her with her whole hea Alternating between a Serial -type podcast, narrated by a man named West McCray, and Sadie, a teen girl with a need for revenge, this hard-hitting YA Contemporary novel is a /5(K). Sadie Can Count A review by Robert Jaquiss A new tactile book for children is now available: Sadie Can Count, story and illustrations by Ann Cunningham. An accomplished artist who creates and sells tactile art, Ann currently teaches art at the Colorado Center for the Blind.