Item description for My Book Of Number Games 1-70 (Kumon Workbooks) by Kumon Publishing...
Overview 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.
Publishers Description Use this book to introduce your child to basic math skills, especially recognizing and reciting numbers from 1 to 70.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 8.5" Height: 12" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2011
Publisher Kumon Publishing
Grade Level Pre School
Series Kumon Math Skills
ISBN 4774307599 ISBN13 9784774307596
Availability 38 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 25, 2016 04:48.
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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 Number Games 1-70 (Kumon Workbooks)?
excellent choice for number recognition Oct 15, 2007
my 4 year old twins have enjoyed the Kumon books but this one has been their favorite. My son's coloring detail and enjoyment of coloring has increased enormously. It opened up his desire to color. They both were familiar with their numbers but only to 12. This jumped us to the next level.
Not Very Interesting Mar 25, 2007
We have had several of the Kumon workbooks over the years and they have always been fun and exciting for our children to work through the problems. This one just has the same 2 puzzle types (color the correct number, dot-to-dot) all the way through and none of my children were interested for very long.
Not as good as the other Kumon books for my 3-year-old Mar 1, 2007
My almost 4-year old LOVED the Kumon mazes and cutting books (and has been badgering me for more). In this Numbers 1-30 book the activities consist of either coloring in certain numbered shapes to reveal an image (i.e., color all #1's yellow, all 2's blue, etc) or joining numbered dots in order to reveal an image. He likes the numbered dots pages just fine but refuses to do the other side (the 2 types of activities face each other across the page) because he's just not that into coloring. Kids who like to color in large parts of a page should really enjoy this activity, but it bores him to tears. So a caveat for the parents of the non-coloring kids among you: you'll waste half the book.
Great, but need book for more practice with 20 - 40 range Dec 28, 2005
This is a great book for helping your child to learn the order of numbers from 1 - 70. My son did fine with the 1 - 20 range. Then when we went to the 20 - 30 range, he seemed to get confused about how the number sequences worked. We went to another connect the dot workbook to do more practice with 1 - 30 numbers. We also played number games to help him grasp the pattern for how numbers increase. After he grasped this concept, we were able to continue just fine with the book.