Trace Letters Of The Alphabet and Sight Words (On The Go): Preschool Practice Handwriting Workbook: Pre K, Kindergarten and Kids Ages 3-5 Reading And Writing Paperback – March 2, 2018
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- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Paperback : 86 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1948209101
- ISBN-13 : 978-1948209106
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.2 x 11 inches
- Publisher : Modern Kid Press (March 2, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,111 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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And the kicker: X for X-Mas Sleigh .
Only 5.99 but it's going back.
Additionally, it's incredibly simple. It says for 3-5 year old so I purchased this for my 4 year old, but after doing about 1 page I passed this down to our 2.5 year old to use. Skip this one.
The second portion has some sight words that I personally wouldn't think of as sight words for beginners. "Know" is not a very good example for "k," because it doesn't showcase the main sound of the letter and I don't consider words with uncommon silent letters or more than 3 characters as sight words.
Also, the sight word pages don't have an equal amount of space or words for each letter. I could be more forgiving for words with like z and x, but a lot of the letters with less sight words, I could think of 5 words off the top of my head that would have been easy.
Overall, it's just confusing and I dislike the format of this work book. It's usable, I guess, but just for practicing writing, not really for learning much.
But the picture word associations in the front half of the book that are intended to help the child learn which letter they’re practicing are 100% unhelpful to young learners.
In fact, they likely disrupt their learning by making it MORE DIFFICULT to associate the letter to the picture it’s paired with, or are even potentially setting their learning back.
“Biplane” for the letter B?? My 5- year old (naturally and not-surprisingly) thought it was a “plane” or “airplane”. I would never (NEVER) have guessed it was a “b” word.
“Ice Breaker” for the letter “I” was paired with a picture of a boat - and that’s just one of FOUR pictures of boats in the book. (“Kayak”, “liner“, and “walking boat“ are also supposed to help kids learn letters.) What even is an “ice breaker” anyway? Apparently it’s some sort of boat - who knew? Not my 5-year old, that’s for sure. And the book is supposed to be appropriate for ages 3+.
I’m sure the book’s creator is well-meaning, but it seems they were more interested in following some sort of transportation theme with the letter / picture - word associations, than actually helping children learn the letters. Either that or the only 3-year olds they’re hanging out with are vehicle fans too and would know that “old plane” is an “o” word when paired with yet another picture of a plane.
Seriously. The publisher should recall this book and update it so it’s actually appropriate for young learners and doesn’t hinder their ability to learn to spell, for sure. It actually feels irresponsible to leave it this way.
Definitely NOT recommended for kids who can’t already read.
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Reviewed in Canada on April 23, 2020