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Puzzles + Skills Practice + Humor = School Success! This award-wining workbook is packed with exercises that make learning fun and will help your child develop skills for school readiness and success.
Developed with education experts, and aligned with school standards, this workbook will engage kindergarteners and get them excited about learning! Blending over 250 pages of Hidden Pictures puzzles, humor, and skills practice, kindergarteners will practice a variety of skills in subjects like reading and math through exercises that will boost their confidence and supplement what they’re learning in school.
Key subjects covered include:
Language Arts: alphabet practice, sight words, handwriting, rhyming
Math: numbers, counting, patterns, shapes, comparing numbers
Colors, opposites, and sequencing
The book also has an introduction with easy tips for parents, a Certificate of Achievement, and online activities.
Winner, Family Choice Award
Winner, PAL (Play Advances Language) Award
A Parents' Choice Recommended Book
PAL (Play Advances Language) Top Ten Pick
About the Author
Highlights Learning was developed with education experts to help pave the way for school success by pairing our unique brain-building puzzles and humor with curriculum practice to make learning fun. These award-winning products take the Highlights kid-approved approach and organize it into a progressive framework, aligned with school standards and supported by teachers. Highlights Learning workbooks and learning materials span a variety of print formats, including workbooks, practice pads, write-on wipe-off activity books, and board books.
“This workbook is fantastic. There are a huge variety of activities here — from matching fun pictures of owls and following the ‘Q’s’ in a map for the queen to find her throne, to playing ‘same and different’ (like in People magazine!) and pattern mazes. It’s brightly colored with big, easy-to-read (and follow) instructions. Zero mess, too, which is great. Definitely one of our favorites.” – The Washington Post