Color, Count, and Cut Activity Colorbook

Color, Count, and Cut Activity Colorbook

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This third book of this series was designed to provide practice in the three arts which the title, Color, Count, and Cut, suggests. The main focus, however, is on coloring exercises. The large, simple pictures were chosen with the four-year-old in mind.If, however, you find that your child is not yet ready for the activities in this book, do not force it. Hold the book back for several months and then try again. On the other hand, if these exercises are too simple and the book is soon consumed, get a harder book.The activities in this book not only provide practice in coloring pictures, but they should also help to reinforce the child's ability to distinguish the eight basic colors if that concept is not already established in your youngster.Because most children this age cannot be expected to learn to recognize the actual color words, this book is designed with a color code using eight different geometric shapes, one for each of the eight colors introduced. This shape-color code is used throughout the book.As you read the simple instructions for each page to your child, you will want to help the child relate to this color code. To do this effectively, we have provided a color chart on the left side of this page. We suggest you take a minute to color this chart now (or help your child do it). This chart will then serve as a reference chart in case the child has a problem remembering what color each shape stands for.Toward the end of this book are a few pages of simple cut and paste exercises. Here again, you will want to provide guidance and assistance as the child encounters this first experience with scissors and glue. How enjoyable these first experiences are will go a long way in laying the foundation for a healthy attitude toward future activities and work habits in general.We hope you and your child enjoy the activities in Color, Count, and Cut.
Category Description for Preschool Activity Series:

For the young preschooler, this set of four workbooks offers uncluttered, simple pages and activities that he/she can use to "do school" alongside their older siblings. They are just right for that occasional break from play and busylife, gently teaching matching, differentiating, coloring in 8 colors, cutting and counting to four. The pages are very plain and wholesome, not distracting, and focus on specific beginning skills. The series was developed for their ownchildren by an Amish family.




Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade
PK
Format
Paperback
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Study Time
Weight
0.2 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.5" x 8.25" x 0.06"
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This looks like a fun book for my 3 1/2 year old to do while I work on schoolwork with her older sister!
Kerri W on Mar 7, 2019
I have used this series with two kids so far and now that my 4yo is getting to the point of wanting to "do school," these will be be a perfect fit again.
Sherri E on Jan 18, 2017
This looks like a fun book for my 3 1/2 year old to do while I work on schoolwork with her older sister!
Kerri W on Mar 7, 2019
I had my other 4 kids do these workbooks, and now it's time for child #5 to do them. She is 3.
Jodi W on Aug 7, 2017
I have used this series with two kids so far and now that my 4yo is getting to the point of wanting to "do school," these will be be a perfect fit again.
Sherri E on Jan 18, 2017
A wonderful, preschool activity book, that helps build fine motor skills and writing readiness in little ones! Some of the items used in the activity book are still used in conservative communities, such as hand mixers, hand turned drills, a pushed plow, or an old fashioned desk from a one room school. However, in main stream culture, these items are now considered antique, and therefore we needed to explain what they were to our children! (For example, circle the biggest thimble.)
Abigail M on Aug 16, 2016
I had my other 4 kids do these workbooks, and now it's time for child #5 to do them. She is 3.
Jodi W on Aug 7, 2017
A wonderful, preschool activity book, that helps build fine motor skills and writing readiness in little ones! Some of the items used in the activity book are still used in conservative communities, such as hand mixers, hand turned drills, a pushed plow, or an old fashioned desk from a one room school. However, in main stream culture, these items are now considered antique, and therefore we needed to explain what they were to our children! (For example, circle the biggest thimble.)
Abigail M on Aug 16, 2016
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