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Perfect for ages 3 to 5, this workbook will help build your child’s development of basic math and writing concepts.
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This workbook is designed for children ages 3 to 4. Your child will learn about colors, letters, shapes, numbers and more with this fun activity and game workbook.
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The “Wipe Clean Workbook” is easy to use over and over again. It also lays flat, making writing practice a breeze. Children are able to practice their skills until they have mastered them. If they need more practice, they can just wipe it completely clean and start over. This is a good activity book to have in any home or school. This book is ideal for children ages 2 to 4.
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The “Wipe Clean: Early Learning Activity Book” provides preschoolers with the opportunity to learn essential skills in writing, counting, telling time, drawing and more. Children ages 2-5 will be captivated by the colorful pages, and they will be proud of their progress as they work through the book.
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The “Preschool Big Fun Workbook” was developed by education professionals with young learners in mind. There are over 250 pages of puzzles, games and skills practice. It offers exercises in language arts, math and shapes, which makes this an excellent choice for helping 3- to 5-year-olds with pre-reading and early math learning.
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The “School Zone Big Preschool Workbook” has over 300 pages of enjoyable activities. The sections introduce lessons with kid-friendly illustrations to reinforce the learning objectives. These include writing, the alphabet, colors, shapes, following directions, numbers and early math. The parent notes contain tips for initiating the skills to be learned. It’s a great way to support early instruction for 3- to 5-year-olds.
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This activity book has everything a preschooler could want. Young children will be eager to practice using scissors and glue. They can also sharpen their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. The easy tear-out pages make working on individual pages more convenient, and there are reward stickers to encourage completion of the lessons. Studies have shown that operating the connections between the brain and hands results in better learning. Have fun crafting with your 3- to 5-year-old using the activities in this fun book.
“In my own experience as a caregiver and teacher, I have seen children engage with these activity books, and then later have positive performance in reading and writing. If possible, give a few options to the child at first and see what their responses are to better customize the experience.”