Kindergarten Basic Math Success

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Sylvan Learning
Random House Children's Books, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 122 pages
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A solid foundation of basic math skills is essential for early success in math. Children who can connect their understanding of math to the world around them, and build confidence through practice, will be ready for the challenges of mathematics as they advance to more complex topics. The activities in this workbook are designed to help your children catch up, keep up, and get ahead. Best of all, they’ll have lots of fun doing it! Some of the great features you’ll find inside are:
Hide and Seek
Counting the number of times familiar objects appear in fun pictures helps children gain confidence in their counting skills.
Pond Crossing
To help the frog jump across the pond, children follow a path of numbers, reinforcing number sequence.
What Comes Next?
Children determine the picture pattern to figure out what comes next—the chicken or the egg.
Put It Away
Identifying paper or plastic, summer or winter clothes, and toys or tools gives children a greater understanding of sorting skills.
Which One?
Distinguishing the lengths of everyday items and the weight of different animals provides practice in comparing objects of different sizes and weights.
Give your child’s confidence in math a boost with Kindergarten Basic Math Success.

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Great workbook!

User Review  - StrangeGirl -

This is not a comprehensive math course, but it is a great (and fun) review workbook. I purchased this as a supplement for the course I was doing with my 4-year-old, and it has been great to watch her ... Read full review

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