Do you have a young child learning to recognize and write numbers? I have a couple new workbooks that you’ve gotta check out. Not only are they excellent learning tools for kids to learn their numbers but they also provide the opportunity to kids to learn about the Bible along the way.
This is a sponsored post.The Beginner’s Bible Learn Your Numbers: a Wipe Away book is the perfect solid book that kids can use anywhere – at home or on-the-go. Simply use the included dry-erase pen to write on the sturdy pages, then wipe clean and start again. I love that this book is sturdy so it can be used anywhere – no table needed! So, if he takes it on a long car ride, he can use it while in his booster seat even. This is a fun and interactive way for kids to learn their numbers with fun, cartoonist illustrations that represent well-known stories in the Bible.
There are numbers that they can trace to practice and get the hang of writing and then additional space to try it on their own.
My nephew just turned 5 and loves school work. During the quarantine remote learning, my sister would have him do his ‘school work’ while his older siblings did their school work. We were sure to provide Zondervan The Beginner’s Bible workbooks to keep him learning and busy since he missed his first year of in-school preschool learning! He loves his
View this post on Instagram
The Preschool Workbook offers early learning activities for reading readiness, numbers, handwriting, and more with a paper and pencil format. This gets kids ready for school while strengthening their fine motor skills.
This workbook gives kids the opportunity to work on writing exercises, letter and number activities, mazes, connect-the-dots, and matching games. While learning, they are also growing in their faith as they learn about Adam and Eve, Noah, the life of Jesus, and more.Both of the above preschool books are for kids ages 3-5. Find more on Amazon.com.