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by Kumon

  • ISBN: 4774307092
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Kumon
  • Subcategory: Activities Crafts & Games
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kumon Publishing North America; Original edition (February 5, 2004)
  • Pages: 80 pages
  • FB2 size: 1380 kb
  • EPUB size: 1275 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 122
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Warning: This is NOT the first book of mazes in the Kumon series. That said, this is a fun, engaging book of colorful mazes on high quality paper. Difficulty progresses as you move through the book. Every other maze is a colorful scene (.

Warning: This is NOT the first book of mazes in the Kumon series. I bought this after going through their two tracing books with my 3-year-old and wanted the next step up. I should have looked more closely at the charts provided on the back of the Kumon workbooks because this actually comes progressive AFTER "My Book of Easy Mazes". help the airplane fly through the clouds) with the one on the back being a color print, but more monotone and geometrical mazes (traditional mazes if you will).

Young children love tracing mazes with a pencil. The aim of this book is to improve children’s reasoning and motor skills. Mazes let children have fun while at the same time improving their judgment and pencil-control abilities, both of which are crucial elements in their future studies. 8 1/4 x 11 2/3 inches. ISBN: 978-4-7743-0709-1.

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My Book of Mazes is in the 'Basic Skills Workbooks for Pre-K' series designed for ages 3-. 80 full-color pages, paperback

My Book of Mazes is in the 'Basic Skills Workbooks for Pre-K' series designed for ages 3-5. Perfect for children who are starting to play with crayons, use this workbook to help children further their coloring and drawing skills. 5 7/8 x 4 1/4 inches. 80 full-color pages, paperback.

Start by marking My First Book Of Mazes (Kumon Workbooks) as Want to Read . They are bright, colorful, easy to read and follow, and my son loved working in this one.

Start by marking My First Book Of Mazes (Kumon Workbooks) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It improved his confidence with the logic of mazes and his handwriting as well! He can't wait to start the next one.

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This second book of tracing bridges the gap between My Book of Tracing and My First Book of Mazes by offering more advanced tracing exercises. Tracing their way through these colorful mazes will help children build more confidence in their fine motor skills, thereby preparing them to begin writing. Categories: Education\Elementary. org to approved e-mail addresses.

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This book gives children the opportunity to build a firm foundation for pencil-control skills by tracing lines through basic mazes following clear directional indicators. The exercises have many three-dimensional illustrations, such as towns, streets, and parks, which engage childrens curiosity. This amusing practice will also help children acquire the ability to concentrate, a crucial study skill for the emerging student.
Reviews about My First Book Of Mazes (7):
Netlandinhabitant
This is a good beginner book of mazes. The puzzles are big and simple and allow for a younger child to follow the path easily with a finger or a pen/marker. My child is 4.5 and had no difficulty completing them once I explained it. We are ordering the next step up so I am hoping for a bit more complexity to challenge him.

We started with alphabet workbooks and he was having none of it. It was 'me teaching/him learning' and I met with resistance and lack of interest. This maze book sparked something and I think the idea of 'winning' by reaching the end of the maze (that he completed by himself) was an a-ha moment of his. This in turn led to the successful introduction of other puzzle books and workbooks that eventually led to alphabet/math/writing/etc subjects. He is proud to finish one book and eager to start the next and for that I am very, very pleased.
Ylonean
Normally we love these workbooks but I would say this is not so much for ages 3-5; rather older kids. My 5 year old is in third year preschool and I would say 80% of the mazes are more complex than his very average skill level with a pencil. I would say this could be great for a child in K-1 more than a preschool crowd, or even a child with more than average pencil skills who is younger.
Nuadabandis
Warning: This is NOT the first book of mazes in the Kumon series. I bought this after going through their two tracing books with my 3-year-old and wanted the next step up. I should have looked more closely at the charts provided on the back of the Kumon workbooks because this actually comes progressive AFTER "My Book of Easy Mazes". We will be buying that book next, but because of the progressive nature of all the Kumon material, I wish I had provided the books to my daughter in the correct order.

That said, this is a fun, engaging book of colorful mazes on high quality paper. Difficulty progresses as you move through the book. Every other maze is a colorful scene (e.g. help the airplane fly through the clouds) with the one on the back being a color print, but more monotone and geometrical mazes (traditional mazes if you will). They are equally difficult, but my children (3 & 6) both prefer the more character driven mazes, about which they'll make up stories (i.e. "We have to help the butterfly find her friend.") Although they don't LOOK harder to me, my children will also occasionally complain that the purely geometrical mazes ARE harder.

My 3 year old is halfway through this book and overall really enjoys the mazes. A few of the more recent ones have been more challenging for her and occasionally I have to help her through them, but she keeps trying all the same. For an older 3 year old and certainly 4s and 5s, the first mazes may seem too easy, but they will quickly take on a quality that is very do-able, but still challenging.
Ishnsius
This book of mazes is recommended for ages 3-4-5, and we got it for my son when he was 3 years old. He had previously worked through "My Book of Easy Mazes" (for ages 2-3-4), and within a few months, he was on to the next book, "Amazing Mazes" (for ages 4-5-6). I like that there is a series, so there is a clear progression of difficulty, and even if my son does not match the recommended age range exactly, we can still gauge which book is the appropriate next level for him.

I like mazes because they encourage my son to pause in the thinking process to look ahead to see which path will pan out - this seems like a good cognitive ability to have. Also, it gives him a chance to practice his pencil grip, which is something I think about because I never corrected my daughter's pencil grip when she was a pre-schooler (I didn't think it mattered!) and now, as a 7-year-old in first grade, she still holds a pencil incorrectly (which makes her writing messy, and her hand hurts after even short writing assignments).

My only complaint about this book - and all Kumon workbooks - is in regards to the workbook's binding. The spine is thick enough so that when the workbook is open, the book and pages do not lay flat, making it difficult to write on them. For every new page my son works on, I have to REALLY press down on the binding to open up the pages and keep them down. My son could easily be self-sufficient while he works on his mazes, except that I have to be always nearby to push down the pages for him, otherwise he gets frustrated. I don't know if the binding is a function of the paper quality - which is very good - or what, but I just wish the pages would stay flat when opened, or at least be perforated so they could be easily removed and used as worksheets.
JoJoshura
I'm very happy with this book. My 3 year old asks every day if he can do his mazes. I filled out the certificate at the end and gave it to him. I didn't think it would mean much to him, but he proudly posted it up in his room and shows all his friends his certificate.
Whitebinder
This book of mazes is great! The pages start out easy and get more difficult as you go along. I got this for my two-year-old, now three for Christmas and he loves it. The pictures are attractive, making little ones want to take the correct path to get to the end. I would definitely recommend this product and I may end up buying a second one to laminate so he can do the mazes over and over. I also am a big believer in the Kumon approach to mathematics, so this is a nice step in the right direction of my toddler's education. Great buy!
Hrguig
Got this for two 4 yr old boys and they love it. Pictures inside are pretty, mazes start out simple and progress to more detailed ones. There's even a slot at the top of each page for us to write their names, so they'd know who did which one.
My daughter is in her 2nd year of preschool and loves doing this book. I like that there are several levels of difficulty scattered throughout the book. Some are quick for my daughter to do on her own, and others she has to retrace her steps. I definitely recommend.

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