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In this workbook, kids will find more than 250 pages of activities that touch on the alphabet, sight words, colors, shapes, numbers, math, sequencing, sorting and other concepts they’ll need to master. The pages have fun illustrations, and the activities help students begin to develop their concentration, attention to detail and critical thinking skills. This workbook is designed for kids ages 5 to 6.
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This workbook starts kids off by building a strong foundation for kindergarten math, getting them ready for school or reinforcing concepts they learn in class. There are activities for counting, sequencing, money, telling time, addition and subtraction that will keep kids occupied and learning for hours. This workbook is 95 pages long and best for ages 5 to 7.
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The book has been a favorite since it was first published. In “Don’t Let the Pigeon Finish This Activity Book,” young children will read through a story while actually taking part in it. Students help to create the story along the way and are excited to complete the activities to see what happens next. This book is a wonderful way to engage 3- to 8-year-olds in learning through reading, writing, drawing and creating.
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The “School Zone Big Mazes and More Workbook” encourages children to solve problems through the completion of the fun exercises it offers. This helps build children’s confidence in logical and deductive reasoning — important skills to have moving forward. This book has a multitude of mazes, games, math puzzles and more to choose from and work through, which makes it a great addition to any curriculum. This book is ideal for children ages 6 to 8.
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With “The Never Bored Kid Book,” your 6- or 7-year-old will have so much fun that they won’t even realize they’re learning. This book has an assortment of practices that improve children’s skills and knowledge in a variety of different subjects. These include sequencing, counting and reading, plus critical and creative thinking. Learning these abilities will be invaluable to students in school.
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The “Unicorn Activity Book for Kids” is a fabulous gift for any child between 4 and 8 who loves unicorns. It has many unicorn-themed activities that children will absolutely adore. The pages are printed on only one side so that markers can be used without worry of bleeding through, and the pages can be easily displayed after completion. Any child would enjoy receiving this book as a present.
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The “School Zone Hidden Pictures Around the World Workbook” takes children on an adventure to find different objects in a variety of ways. This is done through finding hidden smaller objects while observing the bigger picture as a whole. This type of activity helps kids with their focus, attention to detail, visual perception and eye-hand coordination. These skills assist with reading and writing as well. Every child should have this fun activity book on their shelf. This book is ideal for children ages 5 and up.
“When working with kindergartners, I have seen activity books save the day over and over again. My strongest recommendation is to have at least two for each kindergartner if you are a caregiver or parent and to have them with you everywhere you go. I like having an extra book in my car and any backpack I carry just in case.”