Book Title: Preschool Scholar Workbook, Ages 3-5, tracing letters & numbers, learning shapes & colors, animal names, playful motivation
Publisher: School Zone Pub
Author: Joan Hoffman
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A pleased parent had this to say about Preschool Scholar Workbook: This is the first workbook that I bought for my 3 year old son. He loved the pages and asked every day to do some work in his book! I've bought the Big workbook for preschool and we just started it. I've also got a 1 year old and she loves to watch us as work in the books!
Help your preschooler get ready for a great start with this Preschool Scholar Workbook. Follow the lovable Lulu on a trip through the Grand Zoo, as an iguana, quetzal, unicorn, and other critter friends make reading and writing ABCs so much fun! Kids will enjoy learning the names of the animals that start with the letters of the alphabet. They will also practice tracing letters and numbers, learning shapes and colors, identifying same and different, plus matching, sequencing, and following directions. Lulu's jokes and fun facts add smiles and learning opportunities. Examples include 'What kind of cat lives in the ocean?' and 'Butterflies have transparent wings and taste with their feet.' Find a lively selection of reading readiness, early math, and beginning science activities in our zoo-tastic Preschool Scholar; the skill focus is listed at the bottom of every page for easy reference. Bold, colorful illustrations help little learners stay focused and motivated, and when they are all done, they can fill out the completion reward certificate and display it with pride! A Parent Guide inside the front cover offers helpful tips for maximizing the learning, and Activities to Share inside the back cover suggest fun, easy, creative activities that get kids stretching their senses and critical thinking skills. They include 'Sun Photographs,' 'Kids in the Kitchen,' 'Musical Buttons,' and more. This workbook is an excellent size for tucking into a tote or backpack and turning road trips and wait times into learning opportunities. Create curiosity and a love of learning.
Kids love color, characters, and 'room' to play. School Zone workbooks deliver all that and so much more. Almost 40 years ago the company responded to parents need for tools to help reinforce in-school learning. Workbooks continue to be just the right combination of play and practice, making them excellent, teacher-created, parent-approved resources. Writing by hand fires up specific parts of a child's brain, improving a child s ability not only to remember what he or she learns, but to think of new ideas. Think of workbooks as analog devices because workbook practice can help kids develop fine motor skills, focus on the task at hand, and learn at their own pace.
Use this Preschool Scholar Workbook to create curiosity and a love of learning and help little ones build skills for school success. Reading readiness develops as preschoolers practice their ABCs and beginning sounds. They also begin to print and write by tracing letters, and they use positional words, rhyming words, and beginning sounds. Preschoolers identify shapes and colors and sharpen visual discrimination and critical thinking by recognizing patterns, establishing cause and effect, and sequencing, sorting, and classifying. The activities also give eye-hand coordination and the ability to follow directions an excellent workout. A solid foundation in basic skills builds confidence, and motivating kids and helping them value learning gives them a big advantage inside and outside of school.