Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
  • Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K [With Stickers]
ISBN: 0761149619
EAN13: 9780761149613
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 9, 2008
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 0.79" H x 11.81" L x 8.27" W
Weight: 1.81 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The ultimate Pre-K workbook, with hundreds of curriculum-based activities, exercises, and games in every subject

It's fun to be smart Loved by kids, teacher approved, and parent trusted, Brain Quest Pre-K Workbook reviews and reinforces what kids are learning in the classroom in an instantly engaging, entertaining way. Each page is jam packed with hands-on activities and games covering ABCs, 123s, writing letters and numbers, shapes and colors, vocabulary, phonics, and much, much more--with friendly illustrations throughout.

Aligned with Common Core State Standards and expertly vetted by award-winning teachers, this workbook is designed to appeal to kids' natural curiosity, with interactive layouts and easy-to-follow explanations that take the intimidation out of learning. Plus, it's written to help parents follow along and explain key concepts for homework help With colorful stickers, a fold-out poster, award certificate, and Brain Quest Mini Decks in the back.

Also available: Summer Brain Quest Workbooks (Pre-K & K through Grades 5 & 6) and Brain Quest Decks (Pre-K through Grade 7).

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   The pages and material is not overwhelming for my kiddo and it looks like everything is straight to the point and simple yet ...
I haven't used this yet, but after looking through all of the pages, I can't wait! It's what I was hoping for. The pages and material is easy for my 4 year old to read and challenging enough for him. I can't wait to do a few pages with him. Excellent buy and quality product.
   Great book with LOTS of activities.
Our son is interested in the many activities in this book. We can use the color-coded pages to work on a specific topic. This is a great starter book for young preschoolers, but it also provides great practice for people who have been studying color and shapes for a while. This book is very good.
   Fun and Colorful, but Easy
I found that it's too easy for my son to understand, even though it covers a larger variety of topics than I usually see. I bought it for him when he was 3 years old, but he has always been a bit advanced in his education. I think this would have been great for him when he was young, but most 3 year olds and even a lot of 4 year olds would benefit from it. It's fun and colorful.
   Great book
The book helps kids learn. It made learning fun for my child. She begged to continue. She was able to identify new numbers and letter. I love it!
   Great summer activity
This book is being used to introduce my 3 year old to concepts. She loves it and frequently asks if we can do the purple book, she can do many of the activities on her own with light supervision. The book is a good place to start because some of the pages will take more time to comprehend. The illustrations keep her interested. She puts the stickers in the back as a reward when she completes them.
   Amazing Book
My 4 year old loves doing work. He has to do some pages in order to get screen time, but it's really preparing him for VPK this year.
   My 4 year old daughter has not found this helpful or engaging
The book has some very hard sections and some boringly easy sections. The book is colorful and the science section has a couple of pages that are fun to read. I don't like the tracing letters section, which jumps into small tracings and doesn't have practice exercises to precede it, ie tracing, wavy and circular shape drawings. My 4 year old daughter is frustrated. There are ridiculously easy pages about naming and coloring animals. If it had more practice with drawing in a lead-up to writing letters and more practice tracing shapes, this would be more useful. There are 3. There are less obviously easy pages.
   Fantastic resource for an ‘average’ mom
I love this book. I have an advanced 3.5 year old and have not done much with her before. When my infant lays down for a nap she is excited to do her homework. Her attention span is 20 minutes. This is the first time the phonics seems to click with her. This is something I would highly recommend buying. I don't think I'm good at home schooling and I'm not the most patient, so I think this is perfect for someone who doesn't think they can help their kids learn.
   Great addition to what you’re already working on
The media couldn't load. Great addition to what you are already working on. Numbers go up to 10. Only look at 4 shapes. It is hard to tear out the pages without interfering with the next activity. There is a mini deck at the end of the book. The poster is two pages long at the end. The certificate is a half page. There are two pages of stickers
   not what i thought and 3.5 year old hates it
My 3.5 year old loves school with her older sibling and she was looking forward to her own book but it's not what I thought. It's mostly tracing and coloring of letters and numbers. My kids don't like coloring and tracing it was boring and she wasn't into it. We had a different book with lots of circling, mazes, searches, matching, etc that she loved, but this was a used siblings book, I thought preschool would have had more of those activities, but it was not pre-school friendly. Try a different book if you want constant coloring and tracing of letters and numbers. There were a lot of activities that weren't that. My 3 year old is usually very excited about the work.