¡Amarillo, rojo, verde… pasen! / Yellow, Red, Green—Go!

Illustrator: Ying-Hwa Hu
ISBN: 978-1-59572-980-4

Helmet on, buckle up, and off they go! As mother and young child bike together through their neighborhood to visit grandma, they see many things. They slow down as the traffic light turns yellow, then stop when it turns red, and then pedal forward when it switches to green, not only talking about what the color of each light means, but also about the pattern the lights make as they repeat. What other patterns will they discover along the way?

Yellow, Red, Green—GO! is a delightful addition to the Small Talk Books® math stories. This story explores patterns, an important early math concept.

Listen to My Favorite Things —an original song that explores patterns! Download audio

Lyrics and music © Ellen Mayer, Malcolm Pittman, Anna Adler

Anna Adler, vocals and guitar

Anna Adler is an early education specialist, professional storyteller, and musician www.annaadlerlearning.com

5 3/4"x 5 3/4",  
20 pages,  
ages 1-4, 
This title is available in:
English
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Early math comprehension, patterns, repetition, identifying patterns, comparing, read aloud, road safety, bike safety, understanding traffic lights, family and community, building language skills

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¡Amarillo, rojo, verde… pasen! / Yellow, Red, Green—Go!

Helmet on, buckle up, and off they go! As mother and young child bike together through their neighborhood to visit grandma, they see many things. They slow down as the traffic light turns yellow, then stop when it turns red, and then pedal forward when it switches to green, not only talking about what the color of each light means, but also about the pattern the lights make as they repeat. What other patterns will they discover along the way?

Yellow, Red, Green—GO! is a delightful addition to the Small Talk Books® math stories. This story explores patterns, an important early math concept.

Listen to My Favorite Things —an original song that explores patterns! Download audio

Lyrics and music © Ellen Mayer, Malcolm Pittman, Anna Adler

Anna Adler, vocals and guitar

Anna Adler is an early education specialist, professional storyteller, and musician www.annaadlerlearning.com

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