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

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Expand the learning, increase the fun with 101 engaging activities for kids ages 5-6

Discover a great way to keep the learning going all year round. Bursting with exciting challenges, My Kindergarten Workbook is an educational activity book that your young student will love. From word searches and color-by-numbers to crosswords and counting puzzles, your child will discover loads of enjoyable games and activities that help them get a head start in school.

My Kindergarten Workbook includes:

  • Games and activities galore―Make sure the learning lasts with 100+ amazing activities sure to keep your young one entertained.
  • Educational and fun―Watch your child light up as they explore a kindergarten workbook that transforms games they'll love into lots of learning.
  • Made for kindergartners―Continue your child's education with a kindergarten workbook specially designed to build on what they've been learning in school: letters, reading, early math, science, social studies, and more.

Learning important lessons is all fun and games with My Kindergarten Workbook.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781641524988
ISBN-10: 1641524987
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: July 30th, 2019
Pages: 124
Language: English

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