|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 8 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||48022|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||48022|
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great resources to build numbers based activities. It offers tracing and practice to build proper lettering and then builds into story themed activities. Enjoyed it.Published on April 17, 2013 by Sofia
My 4yo used these sheets in the summer before entering Kindergartener. While they were great for practicing her burgeoning handwriting skills, the Number Stories Workbook really... Read morePublished on April 6, 2013 by Rich
Although I'm not a HUGE advocate of workbooks - they do seem to be a necessary evil if your child needs some extra practice in developing letter or number recognition. Read morePublished on February 15, 2013 by LoriAnnR
Having used the Snip It! book for a few years now with my pre-schoolers, I finally got around to using this book with the older children. Read morePublished on June 1, 2012 by Mommymemommy
This product is a nice introduction to numbers and number writing for young kids. The colorful exercises cover a variety of subjects that involve numbers (such as coins and... Read morePublished on June 17, 2011 by erugifog
With 11 grandchildren it is important to me to have things I can do with them when they come to visit. My grandaughter loved this book. Read morePublished on January 24, 2011 by Dano1988
The activity sheets in this book are colorful and grab the attention of the reader. These sheets instantly got my 5-year-old son's attention. Read morePublished on January 5, 2011 by Amazon Customer
I have a 5 year old nephew and he loves this Number Stories Workbook. It is very well done and it has really helped him with forming numbers and with addition and subtraction. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by John Alapick
There really isn't much in this workbook to make it stand out from other workbooks. The basics are covered and my daughter ha used it to learn math, so it does work.Published on October 21, 2010 by Lady Atana