Kumon Kindergarten Logic

Kumon Kindergarten Logic

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Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2019 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit and Non-Religious 2019 Kindergarten Curriculum Kit!
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Kumon Kindergarten Logic
Kindergarten Logic from Kumon develops your child’s logical thinking skills through activities such as making comparisons, distinguishing real from pretend, and analyzing patterns. Skills are introduced incrementally, increasing in difficulty as your child masters each theme. Kindergarten Logic also includes notes and advice to parents to help your child navigate the book with minimal stress and to deepen his ability to think logically.

Publisher: Kumon Publishing
Pages: 80
ISBN: 9781941082522
Faith-Based: No

Customer Reviews

Based on 45 reviews
Repetitive but fun

It is repetitive, but my 5 year old does not seem to mind. I prefer other logic games and puzzles over this book but we will make good use of it this year. That said, I do not think I will buy it for my other children when they are in Kindergarten.


This book was really fun and engaging for my 4 year old. He loved all the different puzzles and would always do more than the assigned pages because he loved it so much.

Okay Book

My student enjoyed doing these puzzles, but I felt like they were too easy for my kindergartener, and they were very repetitive. I understand that you're not supposed to do the whole book in one day and that you're supposed to do a puzzle or two a day, but she got bored doing patterns over and over. Also, I found mistakes. They need better editing.

My Kindergartener’s Favorite!

My daughter begged to work through this book every day! It’s very fun and some of the puzzles are pretty challenging!

Great workbook

My son loves this workbook. He responds well to the format and the ease and simplicity of this style from Kumon. We do occasionally find the subject to become boring when there are too many pages of the same thing in a row so we just mix it up and skip around, which my son loves because he can pick what looks interesting to him and we don’t have to have done anything previously for him to understand the later activities in the book.

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