1-100 Dot-to-Dots

1-100 Dot-to-Dots

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Item #: 030258
ISBN: 9781402707148
Grades: PK-K

Category Description for Dot-to-Dot Activity Books (Sterling):

For the child who may need a little extra practice memorizing their number or letter order, or more practice in developing fine motor control, this collection of over 60 lively cartoon animals and scenes are waiting to be completed by connecting either 26 A-Z dots or 100 1-100 dots in the proper order. In many pictures, the connecting order is not obvious without following the letters, so the completed picture should be a nice reward for all that work!




Category Description for ACTIVITY / PUZZLE BOOKS & MORE:



Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
K
ISBN
9781402707148
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
64
Edition
Illustrated
Language
English
Ages
3 to 5
Audience
Juvenile
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Sterling Publishing Company
Weight
0.4 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.0" x 8.0" x 0.25"
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My son who will be in K needs some motivation to learn to count to 100 all the way.
Rebecca S on Apr 11, 2019
good
User on Jul 10, 2018
My son who will be in K needs some motivation to learn to count to 100 all the way.
Rebecca S on Apr 11, 2019
Fun while learning number order
Danielle T on Jul 23, 2018
good
User on Jul 10, 2018
This looks like a fun activity book that my elementary aged kids would enjoy. I am thinking particularly of my 6 year old son who still sometimes transposes numbers (writing 41 for fourteen, for example).
Stephanie T on May 3, 2017
hand eye coord for youngest grandson
Theresa J on Aug 10, 2016
to help my son with number order
User on May 2, 2016
My son loves dot-to-dots.
Kelly T on Dec 7, 2015
Fun while learning number order
Danielle T on Jul 23, 2018
This looks like a fun activity book that my elementary aged kids would enjoy. I am thinking particularly of my 6 year old son who still sometimes transposes numbers (writing 41 for fourteen, for example).
Stephanie T on May 3, 2017
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