Meet the latest series of fun and engaging workbooks for preschoolers from Gakken. Play Smart Numbers Age 2+, Play Smart Numbers Age 3+, Play Smart Alphabet Age 2+ and Play Smart Alphabet Age 3+. These colorful workbooks will help your child develop preschool readiness skills such as following directions and attending to tasks, while learning concrete skills.
In Play Smart Numbers Ages 2+, your child (best for ages 2-4) will be exposed to numbers through ten; however, the focus will be on identification of numbers through five, while practicing counting objects, making comparisons, and understanding one-to-one correspondence.
In Play Smart Numbers Age 3+,your child (best for ages 3-5) will be exposed to the numbers one through twenty. However, the focus will be on the identification of numbers one through ten.
In Play Smart Alphabet Ages 2+, your child be learn letter identification and letter formation when presented the opportunity to use a finger to trace the lines. Best for ages 2-4.
In Play Smart Alphabet Ages 3+, your child will learn letter identification and matching uppercase and lowercase letter pairs and practice writing lines and curves, which will be essential when they begin to write letters. Best for ages 3-5.
“These workbooks are filled with educational games and activities to teach young children about alphabet and number concepts. All the workbooks support developmental growth in fine motor, cognitive and language skills. They also help the very young learner remain focused on an activity–a skill that is a must once they go to Kindergarten and beyond.”
“These workbooks are well made and full of fun and educational activities to keep your preschooler busy (maybe while their older sibling is learning virtually or doing homework.”
“I think the whole family would enjoy doing the activities with their 2-4 years old. This would be great to have at the grandparents’ house.”
“Reward stickers are a fun way to encourage the children to finish the pages, but the activities themselves are fun and engaging too. The stickers are an extra fun bonus.”