Dot to Dot Count to 20

Dot to Dot Count to 20

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Item #: 043118
ISBN: 9780806984636
Grades: PK

Category Description for Dot to Dot Counting Books:

Kids will enjoy this fun way to practice counting. Each book features about 64 dot-to-dot puzzles. In each book, the puzzles all contain the same number of dots to connect, thus helping the student learn to count to that number. The only exception is Dot to Dot Count to 20, in which half of the puzzles are 1-10 and the other half are 1-20. A number line at the top of every page helps the child connect the dots in the proper order. Once finished with the puzzle, your child will have a cute picture to color. Just as the number of dots gets progressively higher with each consecutive book, the pictures also become more detailed as the child moves from book to book. ~ Rachel P.




Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade
PK
ISBN
9780806984636
Binding
Trade Paper
Pages
64
Edition
Illustrated
Language
English
Audience
Juvenile
Contributor
Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. (Editor)
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Sterling Publishing Company
Weight
0.45 (lbs.)
Dimensions
10.5" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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another fun way to help preschooler in learning and recognizing his numbers.
Bevo on Nov 7, 2018
To help my Kindergarten twins boys recognize their numbers.
Linda K on Nov 12, 2017
another fun way to help preschooler in learning and recognizing his numbers.
Bevo on Nov 7, 2018
A fun avenue for reinforcing number order 0-20 for my preschooler.
Rachel A on Aug 19, 2018
To help my Kindergarten twins boys recognize their numbers.
Linda K on Nov 12, 2017
Our 3-year-old wants to do dot-to-dots, having seen his mother doing Extreme Dot-to-Dots and making amazing coloring pictures.
Rebecca E on Feb 14, 2017
A fun avenue for reinforcing number order 0-20 for my preschooler.
Rachel A on Aug 19, 2018
Our 3-year-old wants to do dot-to-dots, having seen his mother doing Extreme Dot-to-Dots and making amazing coloring pictures.
Rebecca E on Feb 14, 2017
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My 4 year old says she likes that it helps her learn her letters. She meant, of course, her numbers. :-)
February 7, 2016
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