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by Jeanne Peloso,Racheal Rice,Shaun Stanberry

ePub Let's Learn (Gakken Workbooks) download
Jeanne Peloso,Racheal Rice,Shaun Stanberry
Silver Dolphin Books; Act Stk edition (July 12, 2011)
Early Learning
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Let's Learn (Gakken Workbooks) Paperback – July 12, 2011. Shaun Stanberry has a . in English from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Let's Learn (Gakken Workbooks) Paperback – July 12, 2011. Age Range: 4 - 6 years. Grade Level: Preschool - Kindergarten. Series: Gakken Workbooks. Paperback: 192 pages.

Shaun Stanberry has a . Most Sundays my son and family come over to visit, and today my daughter in law brought with them this "Let's Create (Gakken Workbooks)" by Jeanne Peloso

Shaun Stanberry has a . Most Sundays my son and family come over to visit, and today my daughter in law brought with them this "Let's Create (Gakken Workbooks)" by Jeanne Peloso. I was just totally amazed to see the interest in the workbook exhibited by my granddaughter, who just turned three. The book, through a variety of activities, helps children learn gradually as the exercises become ever so slightly more difficult as the child progresses from starting an exercise to its completion.

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Gakken Workbooks GoGo Series. Baby Goods/Kids Goods. Spring has finally come and flowers are starting to bloom! Let’s make spring-themed crafts and also learn math at the same time!

Gakken Workbooks GoGo Series. Spring has finally come and flowers are starting to bloom! Let’s make spring-themed crafts and also learn math at the same time! This cute daisy petal math craft will help your child learn to count and recognize numbers.

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The first day of school is one of the most important days in every child's life. But it can also be scary—for both parent and child!—if you're unprepared. That's why it's key to get your kids ready for the classroom with Let's Learn. The wipe-clean activity board and reward stickers in this fun, hands-on workbook will help kids develop the creativity and critical thinking skills that are crucial for the classroom. Building on the concepts learned in Let's Create and Let's Get Ready, these exciting, brightly-colored pages cover three important developmental areas that will help children build the fundamental skill sets needed for success in school:Learning Letters: Teaches the alphabet and builds a foundation for readingCounting from 1-12: Further develops counting and math skillsCompleting Amazing Mazes: Improves handwriting and problem solving skillsAs children complete the activities in Let's Learn, first with the help of a parent and then on their own, kids will gain the confidence they'll need in school—and develop a sense of curiosity that will serve them well for many years to come.
  • When I saw the Gakken Workbooks at Costco, I decided to get one for my son to try out. I'm really glad I did - the Gakken books work similarly to the Kumon workbooks in that they focus on learning via progressions. Each activity gets a little more difficult each time, but not so much that it overwhelms your child. Unlike the Kumon books that focus on one learning technique (such as mazes, letters only, or numbers only), the activities in the Gakken workbook change every few pages. There are 192 different activity pages, 3 pages of activity stickers (including reward stickers), and one wipe clean activity board. As the final workbook of the Gakken "Let's Series", this book has a lot more writing activities than the previous two workbooks. Activities include grouping shapes and images (Circle only blue fish or put stickers next to round watermelons),counting, mazes, reading, connect the dots, fill in the blanks, and lots of letter practice. Notably, there are a lot less coloring pages, and no scissor working pages. My kids missed that the most, but were both still very happy with the workbook.

    All the illustrations are bright and cheerful, there are tips on some activities for the parents to utilize. The paper stock used in this workbook is durable and will withstand the pressure from "hard writers". The wipe clean board features two kids with lines on their shirts, so your child can practice drawing more letters. All in all, the kids both love the Gakken Series workbooks. Highly recommended!

  • I have purchased many different workbooks for my daughter who is currently 5. She has been using the different Gakken books since she was 2 and very much prefers them to the others. The characters, colors and stickers provide a positive learning experience. I am sad that these are getting so hard to find and hope that my 2 year old will be able to have her own set. My daughter gets bored with other boos but chooses to do many pages at a time with this. We have fun working on them together and trying to find the matching reward stickers!