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  • Get Ready For Preschool

    $9.99

    Big Fun for Little Learners! With more than 150 engaging, age-appropriate activities and 2 wipe-off activity boards, the Get Ready series takes the “work” out of “workbook” and keeps learning fun!

    The activities in Get Ready for Preschool have been carefully chosen for our littlest of learners who are just mastering their fine-motor skills. By tracing letters and numbers, completing simple mazes, and drawing lines from objects to the correct words, children will not only be learning but also getting better and better at holding and using crayons, markers, and pencils.

    There’s a new challenge with every turn of the page, and children will thrill with each successful completion of an activity, giving them the encouragement they need to learn and thrive in preschool.

    The activities include
    * Tracing letters and numbers
    * Matching words and pictures
    * Counting games
    * Mazes
    * Find the difference
    * Puzzles
    * And more!

    This is the perfect supplemental resource to holds kids’ attention with new playful adventures while also ensuring they have what they need for preschool success!

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  • Get Ready For Kindergarten

    $9.99

    Learning That’s Fun! With more than 150 engaging, age-appropriate activities and 2 wipe-off activity boards, the Get Ready series takes the “work” out of “workbook” and keeps learning fun!

    Featuring letters, numbers, shapes, opposites, and more, each activity in this bright, colorful book utilizes hands-on approaches to the material, including tracing, drawing, and coloring as well as higher cognitive functioning skills like finding the differences, cracking codes, and recognizing patterns. The activities gently build on each other, creating new challenges with every turn of the page, which helps support the child’s ever-growing kindergarten skills!

    The activities include
    * Tracing letters and numbers
    * Word games
    * Counting games
    * Mazes
    * Find the difference
    * Connect the dots
    * Simple code cracking
    * Puzzles
    * And more!

    This is the perfect supplemental resource to holds kids’ attention with new playful adventures while also ensuring they have what they need for kindergarten success!

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  • Big Beautiful Buildings And Where To Find Them

    $9.99

    Discover some big, beautiful buildings and learn about how and why they were built in this in-depth title. Incorporating architecture and geography elements, this cross subject book will take readers on a trip around the globe to discover unique and interesting facts about the presented buildings.

    Buildings include castles and palaces, houses, ancient temples, tombs, theaters, museums, libraries, schools, hotels, towers, skyscrapers, and so much more!

    About the Do You Know About series: The Do You Know About series is a nonfiction educational series that covers a variety of disciplines including science, technology, history, and more. Each book uses informative text, bright photographs, and clear diagrams to discuss and explain the topic at hand. A special “do you know about-” feature is included throughout the text offering interesting facts and defining key words. Additional back matter includes a glossary of key terms and an index, resulting in a well-rounded reading experience that introduces young readers to the concept of research and encourages them to study and explore further.

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  • How Do You Measure A Slice Of Pizza

    $9.99

    Have you ever wondered how to measure your pizza or how much ice cream is in your ice-cream cone? Basic principles of geometry, including measuring two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes, attributes of various shapes, formulas for finding area and volume, and so much more, are explored through diagrams, photos, and informative and engaging text in this newest addition to the How Do series.

    About the How Do series: These fully-illustrated nonfiction picture books are a great introduction to various STEM topics. Each title includes facts and figures, simple diagrams and hilarious illustrations and is written in a question-and-answer format to encourage readers to ask questions and guess the answers before exploring the science behind the correct answers.

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  • How Do You Stop A Moving Train

    $9.99

    Have you ever wondered how astronauts float in space or how your pizza gets from your plate to your mouth? Basic principles of physics, including learning about distance, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration, forces, friction, gravity, Newton’s laws of motion, and so much more, are explored through diagrams, photos, and informative and engaging text in this newest addition to the How Do series.

    About the How Do series: These fully-illustrated nonfiction picture books are a great introduction to various STEM topics. Each title includes facts and figures, simple diagrams and hilarious illustrations and is written in a question-and-answer format to encourage readers to ask questions and guess the answers before exploring the science behind the correct answers.

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  • Bob And Larrys Book Of Numbers

    $7.99

    Trying to find a more interesting way to get a toddler counting? Look no further than this fun and easy counting primer from the beloved brand VeggieTales. With teachers Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber, little ones can learn their numbers in a friendly and encouraging environment. For parents looking to teach numbers to wiggly toddlers, this sturdy board book primer is a must.

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  • Bob And Larrys Book Of Colors

    $7.99

    Looking for a fun and easy way to teach toddlers their colors? Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber are here to help! This educational board book introduces basic colors with the help of Veggie favorites such as Bob, Larry, Junior Asparagus, and Laura Carrot. Little ones can learn along with the Veggies as they explore different colors and will be encouraged with typical VeggieTales heart and humor along the way. Veggie enthusiasts and newcomers alike will find plenty to love in this uplifting colors primer.

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  • My Big Book Of Mazes

    $12.95

    SKU (ISBN): 9781941082768Binding: Trade PaperPublished: 2019Publisher: Kumon Publishing North America, Inc.

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  • Animals Flash Cards

    $2.99

    52 animal cards featuring insects, fish, reptiles, mammals, and more
    – Facts from basic to fun for each animal
    – A bonus game card

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  • Predicting Earthquakes

    $10.99

    Earthquakes can leave people and property in bad shape. At times, they can be deadly. Find out about the science of studying earthquakes and the men and women who track the movements of the ground below us. Created in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, this Smithsonian Informational Text builds students’ reading skills while engaging their curiosity about STEAM topics through real-world examples. It features a hands-on STEAM challenge that guides students through every step of the engineering design process, from the initial research and brainstorming sessions, through the design and testing stages, to the evaluation and improvement of the outcome. It makes STEAM career connections by providing a glimpse into the life of a real person currently working in a STEAM field. Discover engineering innovations that solve real-world problems with this book that touches on all aspects of STEAM: Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math!

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  • Pre Handwriting Practice

    $5.99

    Help your child master early printing skills with the Trace With Me: Pre-Handwriting Practice activity book. This early learning activity book provides hours of activities to improve handwriting skills such as strokes, lines, circles, and curves.
    In Trace With Me: Pre-Handwriting Practice, your child will practice early handwriting skills while learning letter formation. Each activity teaches fine motor skills and prepares your child for kindergarten success.

    The Trace with Me series gives your child the practice to master printing skills and more. Each activity book features a variety of colorful tracing activities that help young learners develop fine motor skills. These activities also provide opportunities for your child to practice basic concepts.

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  • Trace With Me Tracing Letters

    $5.99

    Help your child learn letters and improve printing skills with the Tracing Letters workbook. Tracing Letters provides hours of tracing activities for uppercase letters, lowercase letters, and vocabulary words.In Tracing Letters, your child will practice early handwriting skills while learning to recognize alphabet letters and sounds. Each activity teaches early reading concepts and prepares your child for kindergarten success.The Trace with Me series gives your child the practice to master printing skills and more. Each workbook features a variety of colorful tracing activities that help young learners develop fine motor skills and build vocabulary. These activities also provide opportunities for your child to practice early reading, early math, and basic concepts.

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  • Crayons Mini Cut Outs

    $4.99

    The Crayons mini Colorful Cut-Outs(R) pack includes 41 cut-outs-6 red and 5 each of these colors:-blue-brown-green-black-orange-yellow-purpleUse these classroom cut-outs to add color and to engage students in learning activities.Assorted mini Colorful Cut-Outs are available in a variety of shapes, colors, and styles. You can use mini classroom cut-outs as game pieces, desk tags, and more!

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  • Big Coloring Book

    $16.99

    Big Coloring Book is loaded with educational, color by number, directional coloring, nature, cartoon, and general fun pages. This would be great for all ages but especially to help with the education of alphabet and numbers. This book was designed for teachers to help bring fun in the education of children of our future.

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  • Complete Book Of Starter Spanish Grades PreK-1

    $16.99

    The Complete Book of Starter Spanish for PreK to grade 1 helps children build a solid foundation in Spanish. This book provides focused instruction on numbers, the alphabet, parts of speech, expressions, days, months, family terms, and community terms. A Spanish-English glossary is included. –Introducing a foreign language to children opens doors to opportunities later in life. Featuring child-friendly activities, The Complete Book of Spanish uses high-interest text to support skill mastery, encourage learning, and help children hone the skills needed for eventual language fluency. –The Complete Book series offers an engaging way for children to acquire knowledge and strengthen essential skills. This series features activities that encourage independent learning and support skill mastery in Spanish, handwriting, maps, geography, the alphabet, numbers, counting, time, money, and arts and crafts. Each subject-specific, comprehensive workbook offers focused instruction and fun activities. The books in this series feature full-color photographs and illustrations that hold attention while children learn important concepts. –With The Complete Book series, students have the support they need for school success!

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  • Comprehensive Curriculum Of Basic Skills K

    $19.99

    Comprehensive Curriculum of Basic Skills features vivid and full-color illustrations to guide your child step by step through a variety of engaging and developmentally appropriate activities in phonics, reading, reading comprehension, language arts, writing, and math. This edition of the series has been revised with relevant and up-to-date reading passages and artwork. Review lessons are provided to measure your child’s progress, and teaching suggestions are included to extend learning. Answer keys are included.

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  • Logic Pre-K

    $7.95

    Our thinking skills workbooks strengthen critical thinking skills that are crucial for a lifetime of success. Through a variety of fun and colorful activities, children gradually master spatial reasoning, differentiation, logic, and creativity. Your child will advance without being overwhelmed or frustrated with our uniquely effective and gradual step-by-step progression.

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  • Grow To Know Tracing

    $4.99

    Kumon Grow To Know Workbooks teach children education essentials, including pencil skills, letter and numbers. With Kumon’s unique learning method, and fun, colorful activities, children will be eager to master the basics.

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  • Summer Bridge Activities Grades K-1

    $12.99

    Summer Bridge Activities: Bridging Grades K-1 gives students a head start for their first-grade year. Review kindergarten skills such as rhyming and counting while preparing for first-grade skills such as telling time and writing complete sentences. School stops for summer, but learning never should! The best-selling, award-winning Summer Bridge Activities series helps prevent summer learning loss while getting students ready for the school year ahead. Engaging practice activities for math and language arts skills can be completed in just 15 minutes during each weekday of summer vacation. All activities support current state standards. In addition, these exclusive features help kids stay active and healthy by moving, thinking, and doing with activities such as goal setting, character development exercises, fitness challenges, hands-on science experiments, social studies activities, and outdoor learning experiences. Bonus flash cards and an online companion are included. With 12 weeks of learning fun, Summer Bridge Activities is the perfect way to keep skills sharp all summer long!

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  • Learning Line Word Families Flashcards

    $5.99

    Sharpen skills in a flash! Learning Line flashcards target specific reading and math skills and concepts, and help children practice in a fun, hands-on format. Each set contains 56 sturdy, full-color cards and includes ideas for games and activities to spur interest in learning.

    Plus, Learning Line flashcards include free access to online timed tests and interactive activities to add another dimension to flashcard practice.

    To further reinforce skills, partner Learning Line flashcards with the corresponding Learning Line activity books!

    Perfect for learning on the go, enriching free-time practice at home or school, and car rides!

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  • Learning Line Addition And Subtraction Facts To 10 Flashcards

    $5.99

    Sharpen skills in a flash! Learning Line flashcards target specific reading and math skills and concepts, and help children practice in a fun, hands-on format. Each set contains 56 sturdy, full-color cards and includes ideas for games and activities to spur interest in learning.

    Plus, Learning Line flashcards include free access to online timed tests and interactive activities to add another dimension to flashcard practice.

    To further reinforce skills, partner Learning Line flashcards with the corresponding Learning Line activity books!

    Perfect for learning on the go, enriching free-time practice at home or school, and car rides!

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  • Learning Line Vowel Sounds Flashcards

    $5.99

    Sharpen skills in a flash! Learning Line flashcards target specific reading and math skills and concepts, and help children practice in a fun, hands-on format. Each set contains 56 sturdy, full-color cards and includes ideas for games and activities to spur interest in learning.

    Plus, Learning Line flashcards include free access to online timed tests and interactive activities to add another dimension to flashcard practice.

    To further reinforce skills, partner Learning Line flashcards with the corresponding Learning Line activity books!

    Perfect for learning on the go, enriching free-time practice at home or school, and car rides!

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  • My Book Of Amazing Tracing

    $7.95

    The long-awaited sequel to our best-selling book

    My Book of Amazing Tracing is the exciting follow-up to our innovative My First Book of Tracing, which has sold over 500,000 copies in the United States. Using our proven Kumon method, My Book of Amazing Tracing further helps your child improve pencil-control skills and build a firm foundation for writing letters and numbers. Accurately using a pencil can be a frustrating task for a child, but our simple and fun tracing exercises gradually become more difficult to provide children with the ideal preparation for writing. Children will surely love to use a pencil with these feel-good workbooks.

    If your child is starting to use a pencil, then this book will further develop his or her basic pencil skills. Use this book to help your child build a firm foundation for writing letters and numbers.

    8 1/4 x 11 2/3 inches. paperback. 80 pages. full color.

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  • Bible Go Fish 50 Count Game Cards Ages 5 Plus

    $3.99

    Adding an inspirational twist to the classic card game, these Bible Go Fish game cards feature things children are thankful that God gave them– like family, sunny days and Jesus! Keep the fun going by using the cards for a game of Memory Match, too! Includes 50 cards, a free “I Thank God for You” song download and an activity card to extend the learning!

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  • Numbers 50 Count Flash Cards Ages 4 Plus

    $3.99

    You’ll love these Bible-themed numbers flash cards as much your kids! Fun, colorful designs complement the numbers 1 through 20 on 48 unique cards designed to help build counting and number recognition skills for kids ages 4 and up. After playing with the flash cards, download the free song “Who Built the Ark” to further enhance your child’s love of learning!

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  • Scripture Memory 50 Count Game Cards Ages 5 Plus

    $4.99

    Learning Scripture has never been so fun! Featuring 50 trivia cards with 2 levels (easy and hard), 1-6 players can test their Scripture knowledge, while learning and memorizing as they go. Excellent for use at home, in church, Sunday School, and more! Recommended for ages 5+.

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  • Numbers A Christian Wipe Clean Book

    $4.99

    Hey, parents. . .from catchy number poems to tracing number words, Numbers-A Christian Wipe-Clean Book will help your children practice counting.

    They’ll learn numbers and counting from 1 to 20, practicing over and over again with this sturdy reusable book appropriate for use with any non-permanent marker. Ideal for the preschool age group-for kids 4 and up-Numbers will entertain and educate your kids with brightly colored pictures and light biblical content. And, as a bonus, they’ll enjoy a free download of the Bible song “Rise and Shine”!

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  • My Book Of Cursive Writing Letters

    $7.95

    This book will help your child learn to write lowercase letters in cursive and link lowercase letters together to form complete words. Starting with pencil control exercises and the simplest cursive letters, this book makes it easy and stress-free for your child to master lowercase cursive writing. Tracing and maze exercises are included as a fun way to reinforce fine motor control skills.
    Ages 6 and up.

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  • My Book Of Addition

    $7.95

    This book helps children learn to add three, four, five, and larger single-digit numbers in a step-by-step manner, enabling them to gain solid calculation skills without being confused about decimal places.

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  • My Book Of Easy Telling Time

    $7.95

    Children begin by filling in 1-12 around the clock face and move on to telling time in hours and half-hours.

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  • My Book Of Coloring

    $7.95

    Activities help develop fine motor skills through coloring activities. Names of colors used are reinforced in activities as well.

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  • My Book Of Numbers 1-120

    $7.95

    This workbook is set up in a similar format as the My Book of Numbers 1-30. However, these exercises progress at a faster pace, and there are more challenging connect-the-dot exercises. Your child will feel accomplished when they can recite and write their numbers all the way to 120!

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  • My Book Of Simple Multiplication

    $7.95

    Intended for students who can add and subtract numbers up to 50, this book provides an introduction to multiplication by first practicing addition of the numbers (1+1+1) and then transitioning into multiplication. Multiplication facts for 1-5 are covered.

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  • My Book Of Subtraction

    $7.95

    Follow-up to My Book of Simple Subtraction. Students practice how to subtract the numbers 1 through 9, then reinforce this skill by learning how to subtract numbers 1 – 20.

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  • My Book Of Simple Subtraction

    $7.95

    Through tracing and reciting numbers, this workbook will help your child develop an understanding of subtracting the numbers 1 through 5 from whole numbers up to 20.

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  • My Book Of Number Games 1-70

    $7.95

    This book contains two types of educational games. First are color-by-number exercises, which help children recognize numbers up to 70. Next are connect-the-dots exercises, which teach children ordinal numbers and the sequence of numbers between 1 and 70. Both types of exercises will create the basis skills needed for addition, subtraction and other advanced level math.

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  • Amazing Mazes

    $7.95

    This book builds on foundational pencil-control skills by tracing lines through increasingly challenging mazes. The exercises have many three-dimensional illustrations, such as towns, streets, and parks, which engage children’s curiosity. This amusing practice will also help children acquire the ability to concentrate, a crucial study skill for the emerging student.

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  • My First Book Of Cutting

    $7.95

    Beginning scissor users start by cutting along straight lines, zig-zag lines and curves until they’re cutting out simple figures and shapes. Directions are simple and often illustrated for non-readers.

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  • My First Book Of Mazes

    $7.95

    As kids trace and draw lines through each maze to find the exit, they’ll build both pencil-control and reasoning skills.

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  • My Book Of Multiplication

    $7.95

    This workbook will help your child develop an understanding of multiplication up to 10×10. By first reviewing multiplication up to 5×10, and then gradually shifting towards repeated addition and multiplication timetables for the larger numbers, My Book of Multiplication will make a difficult concept seem easy.

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  • My Book Of Easy Mazes

    $7.95

    The follow-up to My First Book of Tracing. These simple mazes will help your child master using a pencil while having fun! More advanced maze books can follow.

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  • My Book Of Pasting

    $7.95

    After the child has become comfortable using scissors, they’ll be ready to jump into this workbook, which aims to help children build skills in both cutting and pasting. Activities progress from simple to more complex, often resulting in a simple craft.

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  • Lets Cut Paper Amazing Animals

    $5.95

    Safely using scissors is important for school and play activities-and your child will love developing this skill with paper animals. Children will learn how to hold and control scissors, and will advance from simple onestroke cuts to complicated shapes. Ages 2 and up.

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  • Lets Sticker And Paste Amazing Animals

    $5.95

    Stickers and paste are great building blocks for your child’s motor control and spatial reasoning skills. In this book, children place stickers of fascinating animals onto colorful nature backgrounds to make lively wildlife scenes.
    Ages 2 and up.

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  • Learning Letters Grade PK

    $9.95

    Spectrum Learning Letters offers preschoolers comprehensive instruction and practice in following directions, recognizing and writing upper- and lowercase letters, as well as beginning phonics skills. Award certificates and answer keys are included.

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  • Reading 5

    $7.95

    This workbook will introduce your child to Grade five vocabulary and reading comprehension excercises in a step-by-step manner. Subjects covered include: Vocabulary Building, Main Idea & Supporting Elements, Cause & Effect, Actions & Descriptions, Characters and Reading Stories.

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  • Reading 1

    $7.95

    This workbook will introduce your child to grade one vocabulary and reading comprehension excercises in a step-by-step manner. Subjects covered include: Rhyming Words, Short Vowels, Consonant Combinations, Long Vowels, Vocabulary Building, Adjectives, Directions and Reading Stories.

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  • Treatise On The Eldership

    $9.99

    An insightful collection of essays on the governance of local congregations, ranging from its theological foundation to its practical application.

    New foreword by Tom Hamilton.

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  • Reading 4

    $7.95

    This workbook will introduce your child to Grade four vocabulary and reading comprehension excercises in a step-by-step manner. Subjects covered include: Vocabulary Building, Defining Words by Context, Who/What/When/Where/Why/How ,True & False, Cause & Effect, Main Idea Characters and Reading Stories.

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  • Reading 3

    $7.95

    This workbook will introduce your child to Grade three vocabulary and reading comprehension excercises in a step-by-step manner. Subjects covered include: Vocabulary Building, Prefixes & Suffixes, Compare & Contrast, Defining Words by Context, Who/When/Where/What/Why/How, Chart the Passage, Sequencing Making & Revising Predictions and Reading Stories.

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  • Reading 2

    $7.95

    This workbook will introduce your child to Grade two vocabulary and reading comprehension excercises in a step-by-step manner.

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  • Lets Cut Paper

    $5.95

    Learning to safely use a pair of scissors is an important part of preparing for school. This workbook is for children who have never used scissors before. Children will learn how to hold and control a pair of scissors, and will advance from simple one-stroke cuts all the way to cutting complicated curved and zig-zagged lines and shapes.

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  • Lets Sticker And Paste

    $5.95

    Children begin by placing stickers onto colorful backgrounds. As they work through the book they will learn to paste paper parts and objects onto designated areas.

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  • Hidden Pictures Grades PK-1

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover visual discrimination, letter and number recognition, color recognition, fine motor, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • All About Me

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover self-awareness, social development, creative writing, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Differentiated Instruction Cubes

    $19.99

    Included are 3 durable fabric cubes with clear plastic pockets plus a comprehensive resource guide with cross-curricular activities. There are also templates provided for create-your-own cards.

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  • Spelling And Writing For Beginners Grade 1

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover secret codes, word searches, word scrambles, crossword puzzles, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Printing Practice For Beginners Grades K-1

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover uppercase and lowercase letter formation, fine motor, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Phonics For Kindergarten Grade K

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover beginning consonant sounds, short vowel sounds, sight word recognition, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Get Ready For Kindergarten

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover letter and letter sound recognition, number recognition, color and shape recognition, fine motor, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Scissors Skills Grades PK-1

    $4.49

    Updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, the best-selling Home Workbooks series is a favorite for both parents and teachers! This book offers educational and entertaining activities, puzzles, and games based on academic standards and provides the early learning skills children need to be successful in school. Skills cover hand-eye coordination, following directions, pasting, fine motor, and more. An incentive chart and 140 stickers are included. Perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips!

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  • Managing An Early Childhood Classroom

    $24.99

    This resource provides the ‘nuts and bolts’ of creating and managing a developmentally appropriate early childhood classroom.

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  • Good Manners Matter Bulletin Board Set

    $7.99

    Remind students of proper daily etiquette with these kid-drawn illustrations of exemplary behavior. Includes 11 kid-drawn illustrations,a header, and a resource guide

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  • Word Problems 1

    $7.95

    Most grade-school workbooks try to cover the full range of topics in one workbook, and as a result do not dedicate enough pages to important mathematical concepts. Kumon’s research has found, however, that children find learning easier when they tackle one skill set at a time. With these findings in mind, we designed our newest line of workbooks to help children with one particular mathematical skill set per book.

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  • Addition 1

    $7.95

    Most grade-school workbooks try to cover the full range of topics in one workbook, and as a result do not dedicate enough pages to important mathematical concepts. Kumon’s research has found, however, that children find learning easier when they tackle one skill set at a time. With these findings in mind, we designed our newest line of workbooks to help children with one particular mathematical skill set per book.

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  • 3-2-1 Learn Reproducible Ages 4-5

    $16.99

    Designed for young children, 3-2-1 Learn sets the foundation for success in school. Children will enjoy completing the fun activity pages as they learn and strengthen their basic skills. By concentrating on age-appropriate content in four major curriculum areas, children will gain a variety of skills they can apply in their own world.

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  • 3-2-1 Learn Reproducible Ages 3-4

    $16.99

    Designed for young children, 3-2-1 Learn sets the foundation for success in school. Children will enjoy completing the fun activity pages as they learn and strengthen their basic skills. By concentrating on age-appropriate content in four major curriculum areas, children will gain a variety of skills they can apply in their own world.

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  • 3-2-1 Learn Reproducible Ages 2-3

    $16.99

    Designed for young children, 3-2-1 Learn sets the foundation for success in school. Children will enjoy completing the fun activity pages as they learn and strengthen their basic skills. By concentrating on age-appropriate content in four major curriculum areas, children will gain a variety of skills they can apply in their own world.

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  • This Little Piggy

    $12.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780545030380Michelle BergBinding: BoardsPublished: 2007Little ScholasticPublisher: Scholastic

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  • Old MacDonald

    $12.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780545026031Michelle BergBinding: BoardsPublished: 2007Little ScholasticPublisher: Scholastic

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  • 1st Words Flash Cards

    $2.99

    Brighter Child Easy Addition War Game Cards allow children to develop thinking, decision-making, turn-taking, and social skills while playing this fun game at the same time. Offering and easy, fun-to-play math game that teaches children simple addition facts these cards feature charming illustrations of toys that appeal to children and illustrate the problems. A parent information card to explain the benefits of card games in teaching children social skills is also included. PK-1

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  • Colors And Shapes Flash Cards

    $2.99

    Brighter Child Colors & Shapes Flash Cards offer children a fun and easy way to practice their colors & shapes. Featuring 54 cards that help reinforce colors, early geometry, and reading readiness skills with full-color illustrations. A special card also offers creative game ideas designed to reinforce learning. PK-1

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  • Literacy And The Youngest Learner PreK

    $24.99

    Research shows that literacy – the ability to listen, speak, read, and write – begins developing long before children enter elementary school. This book helps early childhood educators nurture that development. It begins with an argument for offering children literacy-rich activities and creating an environment for carrying out those activities. It then focuses on enjoyable and effective ways to build essential skills, such as oral language and phonemic awareness, and create dramatic play areas, book nooks, writing centers, and other literacy-rich spaces. Includes photographs, student work, and straight talk about kids and learning. Literacy and the Youngest Learner is destines to become a classic.

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  • Subtraction 1

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Geometry And Measurement 5

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Geometry And Measurement 1

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Geometry And Measurement 6

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to subtraction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Word Problems 5

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addition, for example, before moving to subtraction

    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Geometry And Measurement 2

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Division 4

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Multiplication 4

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Word Problems 2

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction

    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Decimals And Fractions 5

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Multiplication 3

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • My Book Of Sentences

    $7.95

    This sequel to My Book of Simple Sentences aims to help children understand slightly more complex sentences. Adjectives are slowly introduced in pairs, allowing children to create complete sentences such as “”the happy cat eats.””

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  • Addition And Subtraction 3

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • My Book Of Writing Words

    $7.95

    For children that can recognize and write short rhyming words and phrases. Familiar words are grouped by similar vowel and consonant combinations (like blue, plane, and flag). By saying and tracing these words, children can learn vocabulary and understand the connection between consonant and vowel pairings and their sounds.

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  • My Book Of Simple Sentences

    $7.95

    This book makes writing a simple sentence easy by gradually introducing the concepts of `noun,’ `verb,’ `plural,’ and `agreement.’ By slowly moving from singular nouns and verbs to plural nouns and verbs, children are able to build simple sentences.

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  • Word Problems 3

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addition, for example, before moving to subtraction

    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Word Problems 4

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction

    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Addition 2

    $7.95

    A math program based on the Kumon method. Basically, the earmarks of this system are:
    * Concepts introduced in small, incremental steps, allowing children to master them without confusion
    * Single topic books rather than mixed strands. Children concentrate just on addi- tion, for example, before moving to sub-traction
    * Concepts are taught by discovery method than being spelled out
    The series is meant to be self-directed. Students take charge of their own learning on every level. They complete pages, check their work, record their scores, and determine whether to move on or review. The pace almost guarantees success. Children should work a “few” pages a day; assignments should take about 20 minutes to complete. Pages are marked with the skill level required at top and the points each question is valued at (a very young child will need some help totaling points). Very short instruction (or an example) is given on a few pages. For example, there is a short explanation when children begin to subtract a 2-digit number from a 3-digit number where borrowing is needed. However, the child is given every opportunity to intuit this beforehand. By the time he reaches this page, he has already been subtracting double-digit numbers for many pages. Some of these would require borrowing, but, since they are able to subtract, say, 7 from 12, the Kumon method wants the child to see a pattern when increasing to 7 from 22, 7 from 32, etc. This does remind me of the approach used in Miquon as well. Besides these very infrequent helps there are just some small prompts for children to look for patterns in their answers, and words of encouragement. Pages are pleasing to the eye; they are colored, clean, and problems are well-spaced. The Kumon method has been used successfully with children around the world for over 50 years. It does seem like it would help a child to take charge of his own learning and help himself to understanding rather than being spoon-fed each bite.

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  • Alphabet PreK-K

    $3.49

    This series is designed to help children practice and master a variety of skills, including beginning math, penmanship, reading comprehension, and much more. These books can be used to enrich learning, reinforce skills, and provide extra practice. The compact size allows the books to fit easily in children’s hands and backpacks.

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  • A To Z Letter Formation Practice Pages Prek-2

    $11.99

    Ready-to-go practice pages ensure that kids get lots of practice with each letter of the alphabet – all with the help of friendly AlphaTales creatures!

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  • 25 Read And Write Mini Books PreK-1

    $11.99

    Rhyming, reproducible storybooks that use a few simple words to help kids practice reading and writing words from 25 key word families.

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  • Dr Suesss ABC

    $9.99

    An alphabet book with zany drawings and nonsensical verse provides an entertaining way for small children to learn the letters and their sounds.

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