LeapFrog Tag Learn To Write and Draw LeapFrog Tag Learn To Write and Draw polishes reading and writing skills. The set is equipped with methods based on current research that makes learning a fun filled experience for kids. They can improvise their writing skills and also improve their handwriting. Why You'll Love It: Cultivate important skills like writing and drawing. . Age: 4 to 8 years Features Help building writing skills through tracing paper Fun filled learning experience for kids Learn through letters and drawing shapes Includes Hardcore activity book Workbooks Sheets of interactive stickers Recommended Ages:4 – 8
Melissa & Doug Trace-It White Transfer Paper 25-Pk Place a sheet of transfer paper between any black Scratch Art sheet and a favorite picture, then trace the picture to press a white guideline onto your Scratch Art surface. Now you're ready to render your favorite artworks in dazzling Scratch Art effects!Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.5Recommended Ages: 4 years & Up
This is the first Kumon Workbook in our series. Within, children have the opportunity to practice basic pencil-control skills. All the exercises include colorful, pleasing pictures that children will enjoy drawing. Children start by tracing straight vertical lines, and gradually move to drawing more challenging curved, zigzag, and diagonal lines. Through these exercises children will acquire the ability to use a pencil easily.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 2/5/2004Pages: 80Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Wipe clean workbooks full of exercises and activities to help prepare children aged three and over for school.Book Details:Format: Special FormatPublication Date: 6/8/2010Pages: 28Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Hi, I'm Nancy Drew, and I've got a case to crack. Actually make that two cases. First a gorgeous Fabergé egg has been stolen. Who would have the heart to snatch such a precious family heirloom from someone new to town? Some housewarming that is! And if this isn't enough to keep me busy, someone's running through gardens and stomping on all the zucchinis. Needless to say, it's a big mess -- in more ways than one. Especially for Mr. Safer, who is suspected of squishing the squash. I'm pretty sure Mr. Safer's innocent. But who's the real vegetable vandal?Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 2/24/2004Pages: 160Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
The Big Skills for Little Hands series features fun activity pages that teach your child important skills necessary for kindergarten. Your child will have fun cutting, pasting, folding, drawing, tracing, and coloring his or her way to school success! Your child will have fun tracing his or her way to school success! After completing this book, your child will be proud to say . . . I Can Trace!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 2/2/2009Pages: 80Reading Level: Age 1 and Up
Helping children prepare for Kindergarten by building important motor skills! Big Skills for Little Hands: I Can Trace! will children build hand coordination by teaching them to hold and use a pencil. Children will complete mazes, puzzles, and games while learning an essential skill for school success. A write and wipe board in the back of the book offers more opportunities for learning. After completing this book, young learners will be proud to say "I Can Trace!" Features: *Tracing activities to create mazes, puzzles, and games *Activities support national standards for early childhood *Essential practice in manual coordination *A write and wipe board with bonus fine motor activities The Big Skills for Little Hands series features fun activity pages that teach important motor skills necessary for kindergarten. Children will have fun cutting, pasting, folding, drawing, tracing, and coloring their way to school success! Plus each activity completed becomes a new creation to play with again and again! All the activities meet national standards for preschool and kindergarten. Collect all 8 titles in this must have series!Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 2/1/2008Pages: 208Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
Preschoolers will learn the alphabet, numbers and shapes with Tracing Puzzles. Pop out the letter or number and trace it on a piece of paper, or trace the 12 shapes to make different designs. Beginning readers can also use the letters to spell simple words.Recommended Ages: 3 years & Up
Spectrum Let’s Learn to Trace builds fine motor skills through tracing activities, mazes, and more. This hands-on workbook offers step-by-step instructions for parents working with children ages 2 and up with engaging activities to delight the youngest learners. Its 64 full-color pages captivate children while enhancing their fine motor skills and learn important skills necessary for preschool and kindergarten.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/3/2011Pages: 64Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Kid O Hebrew Magnatab For the budding scholar, the newest edition of the Magnatab line will help young students learn the uppercase Hebrew alphabet with the use of magnetic sensory reinforcement. Use the directional arrows to trace each letter with the magnetic stylus to feel the pull o f the magnets and hear the sounds of the clicks. Erases with the tip of a finger.
As a kid, Will Ansel would spend hours rowing the creeks around Annapolis, Maryland. From his boat he could look down on the wrecks of Chesapeake skipjacks, and watch the turtles sun themselves on deckbeams and the tops of centerboard trunks. He found other types of Chesapeake boats there too, including the old "log" boats. Years later, Will built scaled-down skipjacks, wrote about them, and eventually went to work at Mystic Seaport as a ships' carpenter and boatbuilder. Will now lives in Georgetown, Maine, in an old house built at the water's edge, with a small shop and dock. The inventory of boats and kayaks is currently seven. Besides keeping up, using, and adding to these, he does some writing and painting, and work around a cabin in the woods.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/1/2001Pages: 32Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Whether traveling by car, train, or plane, kids will be sure to delight in this jam-packed activity book that will keep them smiling and learning wherever their journey takes them. Sections on participating in the planning of the family’s trip and designing maps allow children to be more than just backseat passengers. Kids are also given pages to draw and write what they see and experience, and they can take part in simple but entertaining activities and games like the amazing jumping frog game, ten penny puzzle, moon rockets, charades, and paper airplanes. Containing new activities and updated artwork, this new edition is a compact and complete source of amusement that doesn’t require batteriesmaybe just paper, pencil, string, and a little imagination.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 4/1/2007Pages: 96Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Mike Wolfe's love for pickingbegan early in life. He started with old bikes, cigar boxes, and other items people called junk.Now, he knows exactly how much fun hunting for these potential treasures can be. In Kid Pickers, Mike shares his picking passion with his (huge) kid audience by offering tips on collecting, sorting through flea markets, asking about family heirlooms, and more. To Mike, picking is a way of learning about yourself, your family, your community, and the history surrounding us all. It's also a great way to recycle!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 4/16/2013Pages: 128Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Cody's father is an F.B.I. agent, he's got a pet emu, and he's an ace on Rollerblades. At least, that's what Cody tells his class on the first day at his new school. Being Super Deluxe Cody is great, until someone throws a skating party. And suddenly, the game may be up! Betsy Duffey is the author of numerous books for young readers, including How to Be Cool in the Third Grade, The Math Wiz and Utterly Yours, Booker Jones. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Ellen Thompson has illustrated over one hundred children's book jackets, and her work has appeared in numerous magazines. She lives in Franklin Park, New Jersey. Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 6/1/1998Pages: 96Reading Level: Age 7 and Up
Lennie is addicted to television. Even reruns are more exciting than real life, and Lennie likes to pretend he's the one experiencing the drama. But Lennie's daydreams lead him into a real situation that could cost him his life?and suddenly he's in trouble more terrifying and dangerous than anything he's ever seen on TV. Byars infuses the story with her special magic. Lennie is a likable, funny, moving, and always entertaining character.Publishers Weekly Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 1/1/1998Pages: 128Reading Level: Age 8 and Up
Melissa & Doug Lace & Trace Shapes Now kids can learn all about shapes as they lace around the edges of brightly colored wooden pieces with Melissa & Doug Lace & Trace Shapes. But that's not where it ends: they can also trace around the shapes to create unique designs. The pack comes complete with robust tracing panels and color coordinated laces. Why You'll Love It: Engage kids with a new way to learn about shapes and more. Age: 3 years and up Features Whole collection of shapes, colors and patterns Helps develop eye hand coordination Promotes fine motor, cognitive and visual perception skills Features a wooden box for easy storage Includes 5 double sided lacing panels 5 laces
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