A colouring book like no other In this workbook, children learn in a step by step fashion how to choose the correct colours and colour within the lines After providing children with the practice to master colouring, the final section of the book allows for creativity as well....
|Title||:||My Book of Coloring (Kumon Workbooks)|
|Publisher||:||Kumon Publishing North America US ed edition August 1, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||80 pages|
|File Size||:||880 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
My Book of Coloring (Kumon Workbooks) Reviews
Much better than the Let's Color series! This book is bigger! It is a full 8.5 x 11 page, which makes it a bit a easier to see than Let's Color. The bound is also bound on the left and you can easily open the book and press down the pages to make the book stay open which is impossible for Let's Color. The pages like Let's Color are not perforated, which would be helpful if I could tear them out, but since the book stays open that's less of concern. The pages are also heavier than most coloring books, which is a plus for me. There is a total of 80 pages, so 40 overall "lessons".
Goals: The Kumon My Book of Coloring is a wonderful preschool workbook about colors and developing fine motor control. The initial pages use a single color and eventually works up to four colors. Each page shows which colored crayons are needed to complete the activity. The final pages allow you choose your own colors. This workbook will help your child develop the ability to hold and control a crayon properly and identify colors. I really like how this workbook opens up the discussion of new vocabulary words with associated pictures, which is especially helpful if you're using this book with a two year old. On the backside of every page is a simple draw a line from the dot to the star exercise. This type of exercise is very helpful in setting the stage for simple dot-to-dot exercises in the future. Ages: The two to four years old age range is very appropriate for this workbook. I would definitely recommend starting this workbook at two years old if your child shows a lot of interest in coloring, otherwise starting at two and a half to three years old would be fine. A four year old who is already coloring and/or drawing would lose interest in this book. Multiple Children: A workbook is needed for each child.
We love Kumon workbooks! I got these for my 5 year old and my 3 year old. The color books are awesome at teaching children to stay within the lines and to color with the appropriate colors. This book is for a beginner colorer. It stars off very simple and advances the child into different shapes. After each page there is also a maze type dot to dot to help the child learn to stay in the lines. By the end, they are color an intricate picture. Some days, my kids can do 20 pages but at the end of the book sometimes it takes a few sittings to finish the picture. I love the weight of the pages and the simple instructions. These are great workbooks.