Big Skills for Little Hands Toddler I Can Cut!

Big Skills for Little Hands Toddler I Can Cut!

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Item #: 051532
ISBN: 9780769660165
Grades: PK-K

Category Description for Big Skills for Little Hands Toddler:

Specifically for the younger crowd, this series of books helps children as they perfect their skills. These brightly colored books include simple activities that will prepare children for preschool and kindergarten. Children will trace letters, numbers and lines through mazes; match colors and numbers, draw spirals and squiggles, and color to complete the picture; cut out simple shapes and paste them on a picture and cut out pieces to complete a puzzle; and much more. The activities are simple, but serve an important purpose as you prepare your young ones for reading, writing, and arithmetic. These books also include a blank wipe-off page in the back of each book for more drawing and coloring. 79 pgs. ~ Donna




Primary Subject
Early Learning
Grade Start
PK
Grade End
K
ISBN
9780769660165
EAN
087577937168
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Brighter Child
Weight
0.7 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.5"
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To build kindergarten fine motor skills. Something my kid likes to do on his own while older siblings are working. This one was a favorite of our family and we need a new copy!
Sara on Jul 31, 2020
I picked this item to help my son (with autism) work on using scissors independently. I also have a 2 1/2 year old who might enjoy it.
Hilary H on Dec 19, 2015
To build kindergarten fine motor skills. Something my kid likes to do on his own while older siblings are working. This one was a favorite of our family and we need a new copy!
Sara on Jul 31, 2020
Because I want my child to develop cutting skills to improve her fine motor skills
Virginia F on Jun 8, 2016
I picked this item to help my son (with autism) work on using scissors independently. I also have a 2 1/2 year old who might enjoy it.
Hilary H on Dec 19, 2015
Because I want my child to develop cutting skills to improve her fine motor skills
Virginia F on Jun 8, 2016
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