1-100 Dot-to-Dots

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Sterling Publishing Company, Inc., 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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Learning to count, refining fine motor skills, and having a blast: that's what children will be doing when they complete these fun dot-to-dots. Each cute picture has 100 dots to connect, and youngsters will surely count along as they move the pencil from one number to the next. Nothing's tricky, because the dots follow one another in a nice, smooth, logical progression, not zig-zagging too much to throw kids off course. With delightful images such as a smiling seal, wild-haired boy, and beanie-clad dog, this will become a favorite with pre-schoolers and kindergarteners.

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User Review  - ctwm - Overstock.com

This book is a great tool for teaching #s and the pictures it creates were wonderful. My 3 years old grandaughter was able to do it. Read full review

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