Educational Kumon Workbooks for Kids – Fine Motor Skills, Math, Language Arts
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I absolutely LOVE Kumon workbooks! They have been HUGE favorites in our house for so many reasons. I discovered them when my son was a toddler around the time he was diagnosed with a fine motor skills delay and autism – these books provided so much help for my son to practice skills at home! The “My First Book of Tracing” is tremendous for fine motor skills work – and it’s fun too!
I don’t always like to recommend workbooks for preschool aged children because I feel strongly in development through play – but these Kumon Workbooks are perfect for tracing, cutting, using stickers/paste, etc. They are available for all sorts of grade levels and subjects! Below are some of the great options for kids from Kumon. These books are just phenomenal and I highly recommend them! Just click the image below for more details on each.
Kumon Workbooks for Kids:
I've not used the workbooks but my kids have been in the Kumon program for 3 or 4 years now – it's a great program. They do both reading and math and the worksheets challenge them much more than their schoolwork does. They are both doing math at Kumon that is well above their grade level, and their vocabulary and spelling ability are also beyond that of most of their classmates (my 2nd grader can do most of her brother's 4th grade math and spelling homework). It's not that my kids are geniuses, it's just that the school system isn't challenging them (and yes, they are in the gifted program). We put them in Kumon originally because my son was so bored that he was throwing temper tantrums about going to school. Kumon lets them work at their own pace and helps them realize their potential. They are responsible for getting their daily homework done and are also learning self-discipline and organization. And the regular tests they take at Kumon (pre and post-tests at each level) have made them much more relaxed about having to take tests at school.
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