Item description for My Book of Coloring (Kumon Workbooks) by Kumon Publishing...
Overview Activities help develop fine motor skills through coloring activities. Names of colors used are reinforced in activities as well.
Publishers Description This book provides a fun way for kids to master coloring with a crayon--an important precursor to learning how to draw and write.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.68" Width: 8.28" Height: 0.26" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2011
Publisher Kumon Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
Series Kumon Basic Skills
ISBN 1933241284 ISBN13 9781933241289
Availability 13 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 25, 2017 10:22.
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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.
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Reviews - What do customers think about My Book of Coloring (Kumon Workbooks)?
Great book for learning and holding interest Aug 11, 2008
This has been a great book for my son (age 3). He can't wait to work on a few pages each night and his skills have improved quite a bit as we near completing the workbook. This book is engaging and gives great instructions for the parents as well to encourage development while still focusing on encouragement. The skills develop incrementally which means the kids get better without realizing the skills are getting harder. My normally easily frustrated son is progressing rapidly and loves every minute of it! I'd recommend this entire series!
On another note, my two year old (25 months) has been using the "Let's color" book in this series for 2 and up and I'd say that he's a bit young still for that book, let alone this one. I would say that the 2-3-4 recommended here refers more to the average 2.5 year old rather than a young 2 year old.
Excellent coloring book for lil ones Jun 9, 2008
I can't say enough about Kumon books. I got 5-6 books for my 2 1/2 year old. My daughter is very interested in painting but not so much into crayons and coloring. I wanted her to get interested in coloring as that is the basis for writing later. She is very interested in the coloring books and the fact that the coloring spaces progress from small to large is very thoughtful. The paper quality and picture quality are excellent. I will probably purchase this coloring book and the others in the series again and it will be good to see how she has improved.
Solid A Sep 5, 2007
As a teacher, and mother of a 3 year old, I think this workbook deserves a good solid A. The only thing the designers of this book could do to improve it would be to provide more practice of the same skill. My daughter loves the book and asks for it when we are out to eat.
Very similar to Kumon's Let's Color Oct 25, 2006
My son had a lot of fun with the Kumon First Steps book "Let's Color" and so when Kumon just recently released "My Book of Coloring", I bought him one. It is very very similar to "Let's Color", only is in a bigger format. There are 40 pictures to color, all on the right side pages. On the left side pages, are "mazes" for the child to go thru, to learn crayon control. The coloring pages are in full color, the maze pages are in black and white. The coloring pages have only partial white areas for the child to color, a white circle in the cherries, a white sqare in the cheese, a white triangle in the fire truck. Later pictures have more than one white space to color, and then it becomes coloring things like, the stripes on the tiger, the spots on a giraffe, the strawberries on the cake. Some of my favorites are at the back: finish coloring the prince and princess, the robot, the magician, the tropical fish. Artwork is pleasing and fun, cute, but not babyish. The book is recommended for ages 2-4, but I think older children will like it too. My son is 8 and he likes it. Some children don't like coloring; a whole blank page to color can crush the spirit of some children to even start. Kumon gives the child only small areas to finish in the picture, so the completion of the coloring page is more quickly realized, and the child is satisfied. I guess I would have liked to see this coloring book be a bit beyond the first "Let's Color", and have had more pages like the ones at the end of the book, with a bit more white areas to color. The purpose of the book is for the child to learn control of a crayon/pencil (my children have all enjoyed coloring with colored pencils best), and to match colors. This book teaches these skills in a fun way. My son is always amazed that if he colors neatly, and the colored pencil he chooses really matches the surrounding printed ink color, that it's hard to tell where he colored it! Printed on heavy white paper, My Book of Coloring is a far superior book to the junky coloring books printed on flimsy newsprint paper that you find at the local store. I think any child just learning to color would love this book, and I think it will please parents too! Note: cover art does NOT represent the inside art. Be sure to also give a nice box of crayons or colored pencils when you give this book to a child! I recommend Prismacolor colored pencils and Crayola twist up crayons.