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Early Childhood Resource Books
Teaching kids to read, write, and count is fun but challenging. This selection of early childhood resource books and tools will help bring out a child's creativity while also educating them. From basic shapes and colors to improving hand-eye coordination, learning has never been more engaging.
Playful and Colorful Books Choose from a wide assortment of books and tools that entertain children while teaching them new skills. The books feature familiar things, such as playful puppies and kittens, so children can relate what they already know while they explore new concepts. Hands-on activities allow children to learn through experience and help them grasp new concepts.
Games to Help Them Learn Children love to play games, so why not teach them helpful skills and other useful information while also having fun in the process? Many games help improve memory capabilities by asking kids to remember information such as where to find two matching pieces. Different mazes and puzzles can also be used to educate children on basic math principles.
Books to Build Coordination and Organizational Skills You can help a child build good hand-eye coordination skills with these early childhood resource books and tools. As young children practice using scissors, tracing shapes, and stringing pegs, they develop their fine-motor skills. Dot-to-dot books and a variety of coloring books help children understand the concept of following directions. Older children can benefit from resource books that help them build the skills they need for school. These books teach children how to complete their homework with ease and become better organized, which are essential skills for children in their intermediate schooling years.
Age group and grade: Ages 3 - 7 and grades pre kindergarten - 1st
Subject: Early learning
Usage ideas: Cards are designed to motivate children to practice basic writing skills and are great for "hands on learners," or the "doers", who actually concentrate better and learn more easily when movement is involved