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My Book of Numbers, 1-120 (Kumon's Practice Books) [Paperback]

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  • Paperback: 80 pages
  • Publisher: Kumon Publishing North America; Act Csm Or edition (5 Feb 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 4774307041
  • ISBN-13: 978-4774307046
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 8.4 x 0.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 339,508 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not A Great Kumon Workbook 12 Mar 2010
By Ursula K. Raphael TOP 1000 REVIEWER
I usually love using Kumon workbooks in my son's homeschool curriculum, but this one was a slight disappointment. There are four types of exercises: tracing numbers, fill in missing numbers in sequence, circle specific numbers (identification), and dot-to-dots. The repetition helps retention, but I had a few issues with the set-up.

1) In some of the sequence exercises, there are two rows of numbers, but some numbers have been skipped at the end or beginning of each row, so it's not a complete number sequence. I don't know how skipping numbers is suppose to help learn to count properly.

2) The dot-to-dots come in three sizes: large font with visible pathways, medium font, and a tiny font that might be hard for some kids to focus on. Some of the patterns were a little more complex than what I expected for 4-6 year olds. Also, my left-handed child couldn't always see the numbers he was looking for, especially with the tiny font.

3) Kumon workbooks are bound pretty tightly, and they are not perforated, so I usually have to hold the workbooks open for my son. This was difficult with some pages that were written horizontally; my son had to stretch across one page just to write on the adjoining page.

While my son does know how to count to 120 now, both my son and I were grateful to be done with it.

I would recommend just using Numbers 1-100 Flash Cards or the Number Cheap Chart 1-100, since there wasn't any computation in this workbook anyway.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great workbook for learning numbers 25 Jan 2013
By Nur
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I do love kumon workbooks and this one was good too. The great thing about kumon books is that once you've finished one, there's another one that you can move onto.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant 17 Dec 2012
By v
My daughter who's 4 and a half could count to 29 when starting this book. Within a month(which is how long she took to complete this book) she learnt to count to 120. The only disadvantage is that the book is hard to keep open while she writes. Glad I bought this book!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not A Great Kumon Workbook 6 Mar 2010
By Ursula K. Raphael - Published on Amazon.com
I usually love using Kumon workbooks in my son's homeschool curriculum, but this one was a slight disappointment. There are four types of exercises: tracing numbers, fill in missing numbers in sequence, circle specific numbers (identification), and dot-to-dots. The repetition helps retention, but I had a few issues with the set-up.

1) In some of the sequence exercises, there are two rows of numbers, but some numbers have been skipped at the end or beginning of each row, so it's not a complete number sequence. I don't know how skipping numbers is suppose to help learn to count properly.

2) The dot-to-dots come in three sizes: large font with visible pathways, medium font, and a tiny font that might be hard for some kids to focus on. Some of the patterns were a little more complex than what I expected for 4-6 year olds. Also, my left-handed child couldn't always see the numbers he was looking for, especially with the tiny font.

3) Kumon workbooks are bound pretty tightly, and they are not perforated, so I usually have to hold the workbooks open for my son. This was difficult with some pages that were written horizontally; my son had to stretch across one page just to write on the adjoining page.

While my son does know how to count to 120 now, both my son and I were grateful to be done with it.

I would recommend just using Numbers 1-100 Flash Cards or the Number Cheap Chart 1-100, since there wasn't any computation in this workbook anyway.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great practice and confidence builder 20 Jun 2008
By Sharon Peters - Published on Amazon.com
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We just finished this book the day before my son's 5th birthday. We really liked it. It is great for practicing not only counting but writing legible numbers, identifying patterns, dot-to-dot activities (his favorite). It begins very simply and slowly gets more advanced, but the kids barely notice it. It was fun for him and he often wanted to do several lessons' worth of work in a sitting... this from a very energetic little boy who can usually not sit still. Recommend this book and am looking for more of these to follow.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My book of Numbers 1-120 (Kumon Workbooks 25 Mar 2007
By Frankie - Published on Amazon.com
This is a very good book. My daughters were only a couple of months over 4yrs when I introduced them to it and they soaked it up like a sponge. I like the way it is laid out in stages and follow on of dot-to-dots to review. They are now 41/2 yrs and count to 120+. They can also do the dot to dots to 120 and we are slowly moving on to 200.

A really great book.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Remember to use real objects first 2 Oct 2013
By John Bowman - Published on Amazon.com
The Kumon books are all good, once a child is ready to use workbooks. Since most adults remember using workbooks in school, we assume they are appropriate for young children. 4-6 year olds usually enter a sensitive period of interest in math at some point, but they are in a period of development where gaining experience with three dimensional objects is their primary need. Math is easily taught to young children, as in Montessori schools, as a logical sequence of skills, with practice toward mastery at each step. It is vital to start a young child out with discrete groups of up to 10 real, identical objects first, giving her a lot of practice in counting and identifying them. Then the numerals 0-10 are learned using sandpaper numerals. The final step is matching the amounts and numerals. this progresses on up to 100, always using actual objects for amounts. Without this critical experience with real objects, children are not properly prepared for abstract work such as workbooks. Once they are ready, the Kumon books are a great choice. Take a look at Help Your Preschooler Build a Better Brain: Early Learning Activities for 2-6 Year Old Children for a first sequence of math activities for 3-6 year olds based on how math is taught in Montessori preschools. Using these methods, children reach elementary school already doing math at a 3-4th grade level. See more ideas at [...]
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great way for a 4.5 yr old to learn to count to 100!!! 14 May 2007
By Onlyconnect2 - Published on Amazon.com
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Great way for a 4.5 yr old to learn to count to 100!!!
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