128 high quality reproducible activity pages: coloring, cut & paste, dot-to-dot, mazes, etc. Units covered are: Safety, The Five Senses, Dental Health, Our Human Body, Trees, Flowers, Animals, Baby Animals, Endangered Animals, Dinosaurs, Ecology, The Four Seasons, Weather, Our Solar System, Our Sun, Stars, Water and Oceans. The perfect companion to hands-on activities and early science read-alouds!
From the publisher:
Carson-Dellosa's Home Workbook series feature age-appropriate skills, enjoyable activities, and happy characters in a child-friendly format. This book, Counting 1-10. contains activity pages for the child that cover numerals and word recognition. 63 Pages.
Reproducible book contains short reading sections on different aspects of each culture. Each section is interspersed with as many as 30 activity pages, detailed instructions for as many as 60 activities, learning center ideas, ideas for correlated activities, pretests and posttests, and bulletin board ideas.
Just look at what's packed into each Literature Notes folder: A synopsis of the story and a note about the author. Ideas for theme-related study and an art project. Language arts activities such as story webs and story charts. Critical thinking activities for prereading, reading, and postreading. A sample bulletin board with a matching reproducible pattern. Writing, math, social studies, and science activities that integrate literature across the curriculum. Plus three reproducible activity pages!
Beautiful full-color photography pictures make this activity book with resusable stickers lots of fun!
From the publisher:
Sticker Fun makes it really easy to learn. Packed with fun, bright pictures, stickers and games, this counting activity book will teach young children all about number and simple sums. Children will delight in finding the hats for the party, putting the teddy bears on their charis, counting the balls for the juggler and all the other sticker games. The stickers are reusable, so young children can complete the activities again and again, then use them to make their own sticker books and posters.
In "A Personal Tour of Monticello" you'll learn how it was in 1810 at the home and estate of Thomas Jefferson. You'll take the tour by following the daily routine of a slave boy in the nail shop; of Jefferson's cook; of one of Jefferson's grandchildren; of a visitor; and of the former president himself.