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Winnie the Pooh: 123s (2004)

When young Roo needs to learn to count in order to help Pooh get ready for a Potluck party, he goes to all his friends around the wood for help. He learns through fun and memorable songs and by helping other friends as they learn.

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When young Roo needs to learn to count in order to help Pooh get ready for a Potluck party, he goes to all his friends around the wood for help. He learns through fun and memorable songs and by helping other friends as they learn.

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Winnie Puuh: 123 Die Welt der Zahlen  »

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Counting With Pooh
9 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Winnie The Pooh: 123s is another one of the Pooh learning series that I mentioned in my review of Winnie The Pooh: ABCs. This one focuses primarily on the importance of counting with Roo figuring out how to count. Something that I really enjoy about this particular entry is that it gives Roo a chance to shine, similar to Springtime With Roo and A Heffalump Halloween (which I will review at a later date). This one is in my opinion even better than ABCs and I particularly enjoy the theme song for it. Christopher Robin is planning a party for 10 guests and requests that everyone bring 10 things to contribute. The only problem is that Roo doesn't know how much 10 is so the rest of the gang have to teach him to count. Along the way Roo learns that not only can he count multiples of one thing but also multiples of any one thing or a group of different things. Just like with Winnie the Pooh ABC, I thoroughly recommend this entry for both the kids learning a useful skill and for lifelong fans of this lovely series.


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