Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
  • Big Kindergarten Workbook
ISBN: 0887431461
EAN13: 9780887431463
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 29, 2019
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.9" H x 10.7" L x 8.5" W
Weight: 2 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

From the alphabet to reading readiness, from numbers 0-20 to transition math and shapes and measurements, this world-class 320-page workbook is designed to give kids all the basics for kindergarten and help set the stage for first grade. Cover to cover it's packed with colorful, creative practice in early math and reading skills. Logic and critical thinking grow, too. Bold, bright colors and illustrations create curiosity and maximize motivation for the excitement and challenge of the K curriculum. When all done little learners can fill in their name on their very own reward certificate Tear-out pages make for easy sharing.

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5
   Great book!
What a book, by far the best children's book ever written. There are no plans to replace Ebbers's, said Shumaker. Separated by a row of tables, the two subjects are listed in descending order of contents. Each worksheet has a basic level of difficulty, but the rest of the worksheets are more complex. This was for my pre-schooler to get her ready for kindergarten. If anything, I think this will be over her head, Mr. Rule told the judge. Lots of pictures and colorful pages. It also has a color wheel so kids can color pages. The key is in the back of the book. I find it unnecessary but it does take up a lot of space in book. 0 2622010 2622070 This is very unnecessary, very cumbersome and takes up a lot of space in book.
 
4
   Good book only 1 flaw.
Even though the risk is high, I like that it gives several different activities for each lesson. In fact, I wish they would have placed the same item on the front and back pages. Instead of using the letter A on one side, they would use the letter B on the other. I would prefer to have letter A on back and front, and B on the following page. I like to tear out the pages because if I don't my daughter will go and mark up the whole book in one sitting, and she wants to turn the page over and do the activities on the back side, but that might not be what I am teaching that day.
 
1
   Returning it for book is damaged
Television images could not be loaded. The book was damaged when the shower gel was packed inside. I am returning it, give it 1 star for the hassle Amazon put me through and missing a gift to a friend.
 
5
   Used as a kindergarten prep for twins 4-5y.
Because my twins were taken out of preschool at age 3 and missed a year of junior kindergarten, we picked up this book to act as a prep for kindergarten in the fall. We started a few months before they turned 5 and did about 4 pages a day, and finished the book in about 5 months." The perforated pages are easy to remove, making it seem like the book is actually on a flat surface. In this book, letters and numbers are devoting 2 or 3 pages to each letter and even a review every 3 and 6 letters. There are also more complicated lessons, such as rhyming words, opposites and even teaches clock and coin basics as well as starter math and fractions. This book was very well written, and I was very happy with the progress of my twins.
 
2
   Boring
It was more like homework than a fun learning activity, Vazzi said. He said the Beatles were all black and white. It was a lot more boring than other books we use.
 
5
   She’s growing independent
This is a great book for your independent kid. Just give us a call at (313) 222-2027 and we'll do the rest. My daughter absolutely loves it.
 
5
   We LOVE this Workbook!!!
I bought this book recently because the schools were closed and I needed to add more learning activities for my son. Her teacher attaches different activities for him to do daily, but I don't think it's enough. The first five letters of the alphabet are followed by three additional letters: H, J, and Q. That means we work on three letters and there's a review quiz afterward, which I love. Each letter allows your child to practice writing uppercase and lowercase letters, along with some fun word games. We haven't worked on it very often, but we will focus on the work the teacher provides, he said. Many of you and your children will love it too.
 
5
   Love this book!
Thanks for having this book available during the quarantine. I had purchased other learning books from the discount stores but they were too easy to read and had everything and more! It has what she knows and things she can begin to learn more about, Hubach said. The pages are very colorful and engaging, the publisher said. This book is all you will need to keep your little one on track. Thx again.
 
5
   Great kindergarten work book
I'm delighted the book was so well received, said Frey. The first part of the book is working on the alphabet, followed by counting. Very happy with the results so far, Tunick said.
 
1
   Not kindergarten level
Not adequate for Kindergarten level learning. This book is TK-PreK level prep and is missing huge chunks of math. She is counting to 100, doing basic 1-20 addition and subtraction with counters, and she is learning how to spell them and write in a sentence. None of that is in the book. They are just letters, numbers, shapes and short vowels. And the 1st grade book has some of this stuff in the review section, but then advances to a 2nd grade level pretty quickly and requires a higher reading level to complete even some of the basic assignments. The gap between the first and second grade books is huge.
 
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