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My Kindergarten Math Workbook: 101 Games and Activities to Support Kindergarten Math Skills (Paperback)

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Count on fun to get kids excited about math.

Prepare kindergarten kids for school, keep them sharp during the summer, or just help them advance their math skills. My Kindergarten Math Workbook is bursting with more than 100 activities that are designed to entertain kids ages 5 to 6 and engage their brains so they absorb number knowledge while having fun.

This kindergarten math workbook teaches addition, subtraction, money, weight, and time with a wide variety of games and puzzles to keep kids interested. The exercises also increase in difficulty as the book progresses, so children can move up into new concepts whenever they're ready and continue to reinforce what they've learned.

My Kindergarten Math Workbook offers:

  • Puzzles of all kinds--Kids can try their hand at mazes, secret codes, color-by-numbers, connect-the-dots and beyond.
  • Aim higher--Every activity has a corresponding star at the front of the book for kids to color in and keep track as they progress.
  • Colorful and illustrated--Bright and friendly illustrations make this kindergarten math workbook encouraging and fun for young learners.

Keep kids' attention with a kindergarten math workbook that puts fun first.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781641524636
ISBN-10: 1641524634
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: September 24th, 2019
Pages: 124
Language: English

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