Written by Leigh Lowe (author of Prima Latina ), the Numbers Books are the perfect introduction to numbers, counting, and patterns. Lots of tracing practice also makes these books ideal for the slightly older student, who has already mastered counting, but still needs extra practice writing numbers. The activities (mazes, coloring, pattern recognition, connect the dots, and more!) are so much fun that your student won’t be able to wait for the next lesson!
> Teach numbers with these simple, uncluttered workbooks from Memoria Press. These workbooks are part of the classical core curriculum for their Junior Kindergarten program. Book 1 covers numbers 0 through 15. Each number is taught and reviewed through varied activities on each of the dedicated four pages. Activities include tracing the number, counting, coloring, drawing, and connect-the-dot activities. It also provides an impressive introduction to beginning critical thinking skills. For example, this question appears on the coloring page for the number eight: "What does a picture of an octopus have to do with the number eight?". Book 2 covers numbers 16-20, then introduces counting up through 100. Activities are also diverse and include tracing, number line activities, recognizing odd/even numbers, connect the dots, pattern recognition, and others. A 100 number chart is included at the front for the counting and number line activities. Both books offer an appendix with reproducible practice pages. Available individually or in a set. 72-96 pgs, pb. The optional Coloring Book focuses on numbers 0-12. Each 2 page spread provides an enlarged number to color along with simple activities to reinforce the number and a picture to be colored. 55 pgs, pb. ~ Deanne