Kumon My First Book of Mazes
Young children love tracing mazes with a pencil. Mazes let children have fun while at the same time improving their judgment and pencil-control abilities, both of which are crucial elements in their future studies. The aim of this book is to improve children's reasoning and motor skills. Ages 3 to 5.
What child doesn't love the challenge of mazes? Mazes allow your child the opportunity to practice basic pencil control in an enjoyable, exciting way. These pencil skills are necessary for the legible writing of letters and numbers. Plus because mazes are naturally absorbing they help your child acquire the ability to reason, interpret, understand and concentrate. These elemental skills are some of the bedrock essentials for later academics.
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Binding: Paperback, 8 1/4 x 11 2/3 inches
Layout: Full color
Copyright: February 2004
ISBN: 4774307092, 978-4-7743-0709-1
Publisher: Kumon Publishing
Printed In: China
My three year old loves working though this book and finds the mazes easy enough to follow but with a little twist of challenge. I wish the pages had perforation so I could pull them out since working in a book is a challenge for small children and I wish to control the number of mazes completed each lesson, but otherwise it's a hit!! Thanks!
Great mazes for pre schoolers! Kumon has amazing workbooks. The pictures are really cute- perfect for this age group! Highly recommend.
My 3/4-year-old absolutely loves this book. He asks to do it all the time. It amazes me how quickly he learned to look for open paths and how to backtrack if he made a wrong turn.
My daughter has autism and these books were so amazing at helping her learn how to do mazes. The fun pages were interesting enough to hold her attention while the therapist worked with her! Kumon books are always worth it!
The Kumon book of Mazes for ages 3-4-5 is a great addition to any homeschooling curriculum for preschool or Kindergarten. My 4 year old daughter loved the book and would always get excited when she saw that she got to do a maze that day! She could usually get through them pretty quickly, but sometimes it was a good challenge for her.