Item description for More Let's Color! by Kumon Publishing...
Overview This book will provide children with continued practice coloring. Building on the previous book in the series, children will be able to slowly learn more advanced coloring skills. Using crayons is an important precursor to learning to write with a pencil.
Publishers Description The First Steps series continues with this themed approach. This coloring book will allow children to slowly master the use of a crayon, a skill that is an important precursor to developing writing skills.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.9" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 2006
Publisher Kumon Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
Series 1st Steps-Kumon
ISBN 1933241322 ISBN13 9781933241326
Availability 0 units.
More About Kumon Publishing
Originally starting as the Publishing Department within the Kumon Institute of Education in 1980, Kumon Publishing was inaugurated as an independent company in 1988. Its role is to support the growth of children through the development and sales of its publications (educational workbooks, flashcards, picture books, and children's books, etc.) and educational toys. In 2004, the company began developing and marketing workbooks for preschoolers in the North American market, which marked the start of its full-scale international expansion.
Reviews - What do customers think about More Let's Color!?
Love this series of books Mar 25, 2008
My son is 2.5 yrs old and very interested in these colorful and engaging books. Unlike many coloring books the kids learn something while having fun with their crayons. For example, one exercise asks the kid to draw some hair over a little boys head. Makes the kid think about the color, length and how far he should go drawing the hair (while drawing my son was commenting that he shouldn't be drawing any hair below the boys' ears). I wish I had discovered these earlier.
My toddler loves it! Jul 5, 2007
My 3-year-old daughter loves the Kumon workbooks and so do I. The "coloring" books are teaching her colors and how to stay in the lines when she colors. For instance, there will be a big, bright illustration of a red tomato with a 1"-2" circle of white on the tomato. The child is to pick the matching crayon color and color in the white part of the tomato. The other books she is working in are the cutting book (teaching her how to use scissors), the tracing book (which teaches how to draw straight and various curved lines), and a larger "coloring" book. I have purchased the number & alphabet books as well and she will begin those in the fall. I have looked through these books and I like that they don't teach the letters & numbers in order, but by difficulty beginning with letters & numbers that are made up of straight lines and then proceeding to letters & numbers that are made up of curved lines.