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Workbooks for Preschoolers
Workbooks for Preschoolers: Great for Homeschooling Preschool
Workbooks for preschoolers are a great way to teach the basics to your preschooler at home. There are a many preschool workbooks to choose from. You can find these great educational tools that teach the alphabet, numbers, reading, writing, colors, shapes, and so many other preschool concepts.
I'm a mom and a certified teacher. I have taught my little ones the basics of the alphabet, math, and geometry to help prepare them when they start school. Here you will find a selection of workbooks for preschoolers that I like for teaching preschool at home. Whether you are an experienced homeschooling parent or just wanting to prepare your toddler for kindergarten, you will be able to set your preschooler up for academic success with these valuable resources.
Use Workbooks for Preschoolers for Homeschooling Preschool
Homeschool your toddler with fantastic pre-k eduational materials
Children as young as babies and toddlers love books. They are fascinated with books. They enjoy turning the pages and looking at the images. This makes teaching them with workbooks naturally easy. And the beauty of a workbook or activity book is that the child owns it. They are allowed to write and draw in it. Heck, they're supposed to!
As a teacher, I found it much easier to get my students involved in the lesson if I used a workbook versus having them work on their own paper. Something about a workbook is just fun for students. My four year old daughter doodles and draws in her workbooks for preschoolers long after we've completed the lessons in them. She likes to trace over and over the pictures and color every nook and cranny.
I love to use preschool workbooks to teach basic lessons of math, language arts, colors, shapes, and more. But long after the lessons have been completed you can give your preschooler crayons and markers and let them create what ever their imagination dreams up.
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Workbooks for Preschoolers Full of Activities - This book will keep your little one busy
This large 320 page workbook is perfect for teaching pre-k elements to your preschooler. It's designed for children ages 3 through 5. This preschool activity book is full of colorful illustrations to make learning fun and exercises to reinforce your child's learning the alphabet, shapes, problem solving, sorting and grouping, puzzles, and more.
Whether you are home schooling your preschooler, or simply looking for learning activities to prepare him or her for kindergarten, this workbook is sure to please. Best of all, it's under $8.00!
This Big Preschool Workbook combines popular 32-page School Zone workbooks into one convenient 320-page volume. Child-friendly exercises and full-color illustrations make learning fun. Use Big Workbooks to reinforce or review grade-level skills or prepare for the upcoming school year. Contents include: Same or Different, Mazes, Does It Belong, Uppercase Alphabet, Lowercase Alphabet, Thinking Skills, Preschool Basics, and Preschool Scholar.
Workbooks for Preschoolers - Alphabet, Phonics, Reading, and Writing - Preschool lessons in reading and writing
These preschool workbooks are great for teaching your preschooler lessons in language arts. From learning the alphabet with the phonic sounds to starting to write their first letters, these language arts workbooks will help prepare your toddler for kindergarten.
My kids adore the Little Critters. This is a great workbook for teaching reading to toddlers.
Kids love rhymes. This is a great beginning lesson on rhyming words.
Give your little one a firm educational foundation by teaching them the alphabet basics.
The Little Critters are back and ready to teach your preschooler about phonics and sounds.
After your child masters the alphabet and the concepts of phonics, he is ready to move on to the early stages of writing.
Preschool Math Workbooks - Books that teach counting
These math workbooks teach your preschooler their numbers and get them counting and even adding! Math is the weakest subject for most students. Teach your child to love math and to be comfortable with numbers at a young age so they can be successful with math later on in their academic careers.
Teach your little one the beginning concepts of math.
This is a simple, easy to follow workbook that teaches the basics of math.
For young toddlers, this workbook provides lessons in counting.
All kids love stickers. This book combines the important basic lessons of math with the fun of stickers.
After your child masters the concepts of numbers and counting, she's ready to move on to basic addition.
Workbooks for Preschoolers - Colors and Shapes - Preschool workbooks to teach colors and shapes.
Perhaps the most important concepts for your toddler to master before entering kindergarten are their colors and shapes. Here is a selection of preschool workbooks that teach colors and shapes.
This is the very first workbook I ever gave my kids. It's a great one to start with. I began working with my kiddos with this book when they were two and a half.
This is another great shapes and colors concept book.
Clifford is a friendly and familiar face and ready to teach your little one.
This workbook is great for preparing your child for pre-k or even kindergarten.
Kids adore the friendly Pooh Bear and his ready to teach them all about shapes and colors.
Preschool Coloring Books - Coloring books for preschoolers
It's very important for your preschooler to color. Coloring with crayons and markers helps them develop their hand dexterity so that they will later be able to write their letters and numbers.
Little boys love trucks, tractors, and machinery and will enjoy coloring in this book.
Tigger and Pooh are adored by both boys and girls, making this coloring book a favorite among all little ones.
My girls love, love, love Dora. Your daughter will adore this coloring book.
If you're kiddo is going to color, why not use that time to reenforce the letters of the alphabet.
My kids are growing up, but I still have two that are preschool age and they really enjoy working through their workbooks. It's amazing how much they learn through these fun yet educational learning tools.