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Number Stories WorkBook, Stage Two, 10 x 8 Inches, 40 Count (48022)

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  • 40 sheets 10 x 8 designed to teach proper number formation and early math skills
  • Uses multisensory math techniques and fun story cues
  • Unique paper avoids number reversals
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Number Stories Workbook 10 x 8 Inches, 40CT

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Brand NameMead
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions0.4 x 8 x 10 inches
Item model number48022
Colorwhite
Material Typepaper
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part Number48022
  
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ASINB002R5ARLI
Best Sellers Rank #57,485 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2009
  
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Colleen D. Gallagher VINE VOICE on March 1, 2010
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The activity sheets in this book are colorful and grab the attention of the reader. Most of the paper and pencil activities in this workbook deal with practicing writing and recognizing the numbers. I would say the majority of the activities in this book are on a Prek to Kindergarten Grade Level. The level of writing numbers progresses through the book and eventually covers some problem solving. My favorite part of the book were the cutting activities that ask the student to cut our objects and paste them on a given page. Once the cutting is done they answer questions about the number of objects cut. Preschoolers love to cut and paste and the activities will be fun for them. I feel this product is priced perfectly and you get many activity sheets for the price. I feel that the given age level should be changed from k-2 to Prek-k level. This book is simple enough for a preschooler to work on with an adult. First and second graders would find the majority of the activities in this book easy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Karen Joan VINE VOICE on March 17, 2010
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My nearly 5 year old preschooler loves this NUMBER STORIES WORKBOOK by Mead. She is a bright one, and is frequently miles ahead of her peers. Her teachers and her school have done a marvelous job keeping her challenged and interested, but we do need to supplement her learning at home. That is where Mead's NUMBER STORIES WORKBOOK comes in.

This NUMBER STORIES WORKBOOK is perfect for expanding my wee one's ever curious young mind. It starts off with 10 excerises to teach young fingers how to properly form each of the 10 basic digits (0-9). After that comes a wide variety of exercises and activities, including counting, addition, coins, time, dates, graphing, and phone numbers to name a few. Each exercise involves a mental component (solving a problem) and a tactile component (writing down the answer, cutting and pasting, or observing items around the house). This combination of mental and physical activities helps her get these lessons in her body, as well as in her brain. There are many different styles of learning, and the NUMBER STORIES WORKBOOK includes most of them.

The Mead NUMBER STORIES WORKBOOK has been a wonderful tool for preparing my daughter for kindergarten and beyond, by giving her a strong foundation that will stay with her. It has helped helped her with manual dexterity and numeral formation, metal discipline, and confidence, and has been a lot of fun. She loves this workbook. It is very educational, and she doesn't even know it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Earth Spirits on December 18, 2012
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These are great for a pre-schoolers. The exercises are colorful and engaging. There are a variety of subjects that keep it fresh and practical. It's also a good price. The paper quality is good and the graphics and layout are well designed. I highly recommend these. 5 Stars.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Atomic Tofu VINE VOICE on March 25, 2010
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This activity book teaches the proper process for writing numbers. It's not just a book of numbers but features colorful, clean and pleasant graphics and features some fun activities to develop counting skills (cut out some pictures arrange them) and some early math.
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I got two of these books at one time, not in any particular order. I have three little ones aged 7, 5 and 3 1/2 so I figured that we could find a place for them somewhere. The Number Stories for the K-2nd grade seemed a little too young for my first grader (age 7) at first. The repetition exercises were rather boring and he passed them pretty soon.

Since my 1st grader is pretty good at reading he was able to move though the book by himself pretty quickly. Then about a third of the way through we got to the part where there was cutting and pasting (more like cutting and taping in my house). That took a concerted effort but in the end it worked out nice.

An unexpected surprise, there was a lessons on US coins that was very helpful, considering that we don't live in the US and this was possibly the first exposure that my American child has ever gotten to the US currency. That was a learning curve and we didn't get through it as fast as other parts, but the rest of these types of word problems that fit his level of understanding.

There were lots of parts of the book that were just fun (the exercise portion, the Shuttle countdown, etc..) and he seem to enjoy it.

I tried a couple pages out on my pre-kinder-gardener and while he did well with the tracing of the numbers in the early pages, many parts were just beyond his reach -- obvious exceptions being the easier ones that he was familiar with, like the countdown and the counting of the cut-out pieces.

At first I thought this was probably too easy, but the book did progress and there were some word problems that I thought were at least one level above where my first grader is at. Since this was marketed for k-2, then I guess it's right on target.
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I received two different books in this series Mead Early Learning Idea builders, Stage Three, 10 x 8 Inches, 48 Count (48306) and also Number Stories WorkBook, Stage Two, 10 x 8 Inches, 40 Count (48022)so I am combining the review for both as they are very similar.

Any books that keeps your child's attention while learning have to be good, and whereas I wouldn't label these work books as "making learning fun" they have enough to keep the children intrigued, as well as challenged.
Both books are also ideal for travel, easily stored for example in your in flight bag, and will help to keep the kids amused on vacations and other travel trips.

In the writing practice books (as other have said) a few more pages for practice of letters would have been nice, but you can always supplement with an inexpensive manuscript. I actually purchased a Roselle Academic Spiral-Bound Chart Tablet, Ruled for 1.5-Inch Manuscript/Roman Alphabet, 24 x32 Inches, 25 Count (07412-6) which although very large in size (and intended for a classroom board), is good for laying out on the floor and practicing those essential skills.
Plenty of helpful hints, and colorful pictures and instructions help stimulate interest, and keep the workload fun.
48 pages (40 in the numbers book) is a good size for a book aimed at K-2 grades, and for the money this is well worth it for at home practice.
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