p>Our preschooler has just walked in to the homework stage of his life. He enjoys doing all the worksheets that are sent home and I suppose this lack of aversion has to do with the fact that the school work is similar to activities in workbooks that he loves and is familiar with. His latest favourite (mine too) is the School Zone’s Grade K Sumer Scholar.
This 64 page book is packed with activities related to language, arts, social studies, science and math all put together in the most enjoyable manner. The illustrations are appealing, the instructions simple and the mix of type of activity just perfect. The book also has good headings for each page, a riddle or piece of trivia and a parent tip that helps further the idea and take the
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concept out of the book. The last few pages include a list of interesting activity ideas as well as an ‘answers’ page.
I just love it when my little boy clutching his book comes to me saying, ‘Mama can we do a few more pages please.’ Have been rationing by letting him do just two pages a day until I can find more super books like this one.
Grade K Sumer Scholar, Rs. 125/- at Crosswords, published by School Zone. Also available on Flipkart http://www.flipkart.com/books/0887438318 for Rs. 168/- http://www.schoolzone.com/