My First Book of Tracing

Author: Kumon Publishing

Publisher: Kumon Pub North America Limited

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Category: Education

Page: 80

View: 456

A workbook of colorful tracing exercises helps very young children practice basic pencil-control skills, sharing activities that graduate from straight vertical lines to more challenging curves, zigzags and diagonals. Original.

My First Book of Tracing

Commonwealth Edition

Author: Kumon

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 80

View: 761

Our UK Commonwealth Editions have been reexamined to see how they align with UK education standards. Kumon offers four titles that support the Early Years Learning Stage curriculum and four titles that support Key Stage 1 curriculum. Give your child an edge in education with Kumon Workbooks.

My First Book of Mazes Animals

A Kumon Workbook

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Category: Games in mathematics education

Page: 80

View: 639

Building on the skills developed through Kumon's tracing books, My Book of Mazes: Animal Fun uses an engaging animal theme to focus on improving children's fine motor control and spatial reasoning abilities, both of which are vital for later success in school. Ages 3-5.

My Book of Easy Mazes, Ages 2-3-4

Author: Kumon Publishing

Publisher: Kumon Pub North America Limited

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

View: 387

"If your child is starting to use a pencil, then this book will build on that foundation. Use this book to help your child develop pencil skills while having fun with easy mazes."

My Book of Rhyming Words and Phrases

Author: Kumon Publishing

Publisher: Kumon Pub North America Limited

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 80

View: 577

If your childs is learning to recognize rhyming words, then this book will build on that foundation.

My Book of Simple Addition

Author: Kumon Publishing

Publisher: Kumon Publishing North America

ISBN:

Category: Addition

Page: 80

View: 814

This book focuses on helping children learn how to add numbers 1 and 2 to other numbers. This very basic mathematic skill cannot be acquired through repetition alone. By using this book, children will be able to understand, without difficulty, the concept of addition by repeatedly tracing and reciting numbers first and then gradually shifting to addition formulas that include the numbers 1 and 2.

My Book of Rhyming Words Long Vowels

Author: Kumon Publishing

Publisher: Kumon Publishing North America

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 80

View: 907

Long vowels are the most difficult part of learning to read and write. Using a combination of Kumons systematic, step-by-step approach and established phonics theory, this book helps children understand how different vowel combinations make the same long vowel sounds. Aimed at ages 5-7.

Testing for Kindergarten

Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Ace the Tests for: Public School Placement, Private School Admissions, Gifted Program Qualification

Author: Karen Quinn

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 272

View: 931

Karen Quinn has successfully taught hundreds of parents how to prepare their children for testing, and Testing For Kindergarten is her ultimate, comprehensive guide to having fun while teaching to the underlying abilities every test assesses. Whether your child is going to a private kindergarten or a public school, he or she will most likely be tested—and placed in classrooms according to those results. But information about intelligence tests is closely guarded, and it can be difficult to understand what your kids need to know. As an expert who has successfully taught hundreds of parents how to work with their own children, Karen Quinn has written the ultimate guide to preparing your child for kindergarten testing. The activities she suggests are not about “teaching to the test.” They are about having fun while teaching to the underlying abilities every test assesses. From the “right” way to have a conversation to natural ways to bring out your child’s inner math geek, Quinn shares the techniques that every parent can do with their kids to give them the best chance to succeed in school and beyond. It’s just good parenting—and better test scores are icing on the cake.