ISBN: 1620574446
EAN13: 9781620574447
Language: English
Release Date: Mar 1, 2013
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 10.5" L x 8" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

WORKBOK FEATURES:

- Ages 3-6, PreK--Kindergarten

- 32 pages, 10.9 inches x 8.4 inches

- Trace letters of the alphabet and recognize each sound they make

- Practice handwriting skills

- Includes colorful illustrations and activities

FOCUSED PRACTICE: Filled with engaging activities to enhance early writing and phonics skills, Big Skills for Little Hands(R) Trace Letters Workbook teaches young learners how to practice holding a pencil or crayon properly while tracing over letters of the alphabet, enhancing their fine motor control skills for future learning.

WHAT'S INCLUDED: Designed to ensure young minds are engaged in learning, this tracing activity book features 32 pages of interactive tracing activities, letter recognition, and handwriting activities.

HOW IT WORKS: Help your child read and understand the directions for each activity and follow along as they trace and sound out different letters of the alphabet. Children follow along as they practice their handwriting skills on lined activities with traceable letters.

WORKING TOGETHER: Perfect for both classroom, daycare, and homeschool learning, this activity book allows both parents and teachers to read alongside children and give directions as students dive into each activity.

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   GRAMMATICAL ERRORS! SHAMEFUL!
GARBAGE! There areGRAMMATICAL ERRORS in the book, as well as just one line of letters to trace. The first page has the letter A. How do you publish a book about letters? They should be ashamed of themselves. I would be more tolerant if it were printed in China, but this is printed in the USA. The editor got an F for this garbage.
 
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   Complete waste of paper
Complete waste of money. A page of paper with five letters. It doesn't have the space to practice.
 
3
   need more work
I got my daughters books today. She was excited to learn her letters. I can see where people are disappointed when I look inside books. They only have one line for each letter. She'd be done with book before she learned anything. I came up with the idea of putting plastic sleeves in a binder so that we can wipe away the pages and still practice. If you don't want to spend a lot of money, you can always print these out online for free, but I decided to use the color and drawings. I am content but wish they had more work in them.
 
5
   But perfect for the price!
The quality of this book and the amount of activities are not what people are complaining about. You get what you pay for. It was a good thing! It's great for us. I wasn't expecting much because I was less than $2.00.
 
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   More bang for your buck (or 1.99) by going to the dollar store!
One would think that this book would be great for a 3 or 4 year old to learn how to trace out the alphabet. If you take a small amount of tracing out of the book, you can practice each letter. Not worth the price. If you want a book like this, you should go to a local dollar store. This book sells for 3.99. I wouldn't pay that price for a book. I think more like.25-.50 cents is more reasonable. There is very little writing practice for a child to begin to learn how to write. I think the old saying is true, you get what you pay for. You would have gotten more at the dollar store.
 
3
   Unimpressive
This is very basic. One line per page. I would have liked to see more of the page. It wasn't very expensive. I wouldn't buy it again.
 
4
   Slightly disappointed
This book is meant for a 3 year old and not up. I wish I'd seen that the letters were only written 4 times. I was hoping to be able to use this with my Pre-K child. It won't work for my prewritten tracing because it will be nice for visuals. I'm leaving it with 4 stars but wish more of the room per page was used for practice.
 
5
   Great Tool!
It was bought for our 2.5 year old. She wanted to do "work" as her older siblings have been doing schoolwork at home. She loves the other books they offer.
 
4
   Fun little book, not very many pages but great for the price.
My 3 year old granddaughter is enjoying learning letters, but we went through this small book very quickly. Not much room for practicing, but it's ok for the price.
 
5
   Good product
I gave these to my nephew and niece. I put the pages in page protectors so they wouldn't get lost. They enjoy practicing with them.
 
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