PreSchool Essentials Bundle
4 – 6
PreSchool – Kindergarten
Bundle Deal on Multiple Products
Help Your Child Get Ahead with Our Workbooks Curated for Numeracy, Literacy, and Pre-writing Skills
Our workbooks are filled with engaging activities that will help your child get ahead and stay ahead with their learning and development. By completing activities like coloring, tracing, and matching, children can improve their hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and problem-solving abilities. Additionally, our activity workbooks include exercises that encourage early literacy and numeracy development, such as letter and number recognition. Beyond the academic benefits, our workbooks support social and emotional growth by providing opportunities for children to practice patience, focus, and persistence. Activities that involve following directions, cooperating with others, and expressing creativity can help children develop important social skills that will serve them well in their future interactions with peers and adults. Our workbook activities are specially curated to develop a strong foundation in key areas such as:
- Pre-writing skills
Each page is designed to provide plenty of practice, ensuring that your child will feel confident and capable as they progress through the workbook.
Here are just a few of the exciting activities that your child will encounter in our workbooks:
· Tracing, writing, and learning numbers and number words from 1-10. Children will use objects to help them understand numerals and quantities, count in sequence, and learn the concept of addition. · Exploring the world around them and learning about the senses of hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching. Children will also practice tracing lines and basic shapes to reinforce pre-writing skills. · Tracing, writing, and learning the letters of the alphabet. Children will match uppercase and lowercase letter partners, follow simple directions, and learn beginning letter sounds. · Creating construction paper animals for each letter of the alphabet. Simple instructions, along with visual examples, make it easy for each masterpiece to be constructed. · Identifying colors and tracing and writing color words. Children will learn to identify 6 basic shapes and practice tracing and drawing each shape. · Finding and coloring circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles in a picture. Young learners will identify and name shapes, find shapes that are the same, and learn the concept of “big and little,” and “long and short.” · Recognizing differences in a picture, understanding shapes and sizes, and learning about the five senses. Children will identify objects that belong together like toys, foods, and animals and practice pre-writing skills. · Tracing and writing numbers and number words. Children will use objects to help them understand numerals and quantities, color pictures by numbers, and match objects in sets with the same amount. Our full-color pages are visually engaging and designed to capture your child's attention. The variety of activities and the clear instructions will encourage your child to explore and learn at their own pace, building their knowledge and confidence along the way.
This bundle includes 12 workbooks and 50 songs:
·Workbooks ·Counting 1-10 ·Coloring & Writing Letters ·My World ·Beginning Sounds ·Alphabet FUN ·Fun With Colors ·Animal ABCs ·First Skills ·Colors & Shapes ·What Belongs? ·Writing Numbers ·Fun With Numbers Songs ·The ABC Song ·A Is For Alligator ·B-I-N-G-O ·I Like Colors ·Ten In The Bed · Sleep, My Little One Sing Along ·Six Little Ducks · Alphabet Rock ·If You're Happy And You Know It ·Sing-A-Ling · This Old Man ·The More We Sing Together ·The Wheels On The Bus ·The More We Sing Together ·Down By The Bay ·Turkey In The Straw · Old MacDonald Had A Farm ·Skip To My Lou · Head, Shoulders, Knees, And Toes ·Old Brass Wagon ·The Farmer In The Dell ·Playmate ·Do Your Ears Hang Low? ·Polly Woolly Doodle ·Row, Row, Row Your Boat ·Down By The Station ·Hickory, Dickory, Dock ·The Old Gray Mare ·Little Boy Blue ·A Frog Went A-Courting ·Hey Diddle Diddle ·Did You Ever See A Lassie? ·The Itsy Bitsy Spider Sing Along ·Make New Friends ·Pat-A-Cake Pat-A-Cake ·Bought Me a Cat ·Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star ·Jump Rope Rhyme ·Humpty Dumpty ·Follow My Directions ·Jack And Jill ·Days Of The Week ·Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? ·It's Silly Time ·London Bridge ·I Can Wiggle ·This Little Pig ·ABC Nursery Rhymes ·Little Miss Muffet ·I Met A Bear
Research has shown that music has a positive impact on various areas of child development, including intellectual, social-emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy, making it an essential component of school readiness.
Moreover, combining music and learning can enhance the body and mind’s collaborative efforts, resulting in better learning outcomes.
Introducing music to young children during early development can accelerate their learning of sounds, meanings of words, and other developmental skills, providing a strong foundation for their future education and personal growth.
Our educational bundles include the following:
- 4 workbooks (32 pages each) cover alphabet tracing and learning, counting and addition, shapes, colors, and essential early childhood skills.
- 50 fun songs for early childhood development that are easy to learn and a blast to sing along to! The music collection includes award-winning songs for learning various skills!
Our directions are simple enough that parents will not have to worry about being super hands-on with their children during the learning process! Depending on your child’s age, the workbook instructions should be easy to follow!
Not only will your child learn and grow with workbooks, but they will also begin to form independence at a young age.
Engaging in interactive learning through a workbook provides a multi-sensory experience that can benefit your child’s memory retention and emotional connection to the content. Research has shown that choosing paper-based learning can enhance critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity.
Moreover, reading and writing on physical paper can boost cognitive skills that digital learning may not necessarily provide. By providing your children with screen-free time and opting for paper-based learning, you can create a well-rounded educational experience that supports their overall development.
Excessive screen time for young children can lead to various negative outcomes, such as difficulty falling asleep due to the blue light emitted by screens, which can keep their minds active even at bedtime. Moreover, it can increase the risk of attention problems, anxiety, depression, and obesity.
It’s essential to monitor your children’s screen time and limit it to appropriate levels to ensure that they are in the best condition for learning, growing, and thriving. By doing so, you can help them establish healthy habits and reduce the risk of negative impacts on their physical and mental well-being.