(as of Jun 19,2021 06:44:02 UTC – Details)
• Ages 3–6, PreK—Kindergarten
• 32 pages, 10.9 inches x 8.4 inches
• Learn and trace numbers 0-25
• Practice essential handwriting skills
• Includes colorful illustrations and counting activities
FOCUSED PRACTICE: Filled with engaging activities to enhance early writing and phonics skills, Big Skills for Little Hands® Trace Numbers Workbook features exercises and activities for learning to write numbers 0-25 while practicing tracing skills for future handwriting practice. A fun hands-on way to teach numbers, the 32-page workbook engages early learners with bright, colorful images and activities.
WHAT’S INCLUDED: Designed to ensure young minds are engaged in learning, this tracing activity book features 32 pages of interactive tracing activities, number recognition, counting, and handwriting activities.
HOW IT WORKS: This activity book introduces toddlers and preschoolers to essential writing strokes and the numbers 0 to 25. Children practice holding a pencil or crayon correctly while tracing over each number, strengthening fine motor skills and reinforcing number recognition and basic math concepts.
WORKING TOGETHER: Perfect for both classroom, daycare, and homeschool learning, this activity book allows both parents and teachers to read alongside children and give directions as students dive into each activity.
WHY CARSON DELLOSA: Founded by two teachers more than 40 years ago, Carson Dellosa believes that education is everywhere and is passionate about making products that inspire life’s learning moments.
From the Publisher
PARTNERING WITH FAMILIES
This workbook helps your child get ahead with continued practice at home.
Grade-appropriate activities help children develop essential skills in a fun and engaging way.
Set your child up for success with the skills they need for confident learning in kindergarten.
Trace colorful letters, practice essential handwriting strokes, identify letter sounds
Recognize and trace shapes, practice fine motor control, identify colors
Follow simple directions, count to 10, identify numbers to 10, use ordinal numbers first through fifth, identify and create patterns, recognize same and different
Reading and writing practice, math practice, critical thinking activities, mazes, puzzles, and more
Use scissors to practice cutting, learn numbers while building fine motor skills, count and use glue to complete pictures
More than 60 educational practice pages featuring different mazes to build fine motor skills, incentive chart with 140 gold star stickers