Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K Paperback – 9 July 2008
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This workbook is nice. Somewhat larger than the "BIG Preschool" workbook. They are similar in many activities -although this one has some more advanced things.
I really liked that this one included an Alphabet wall chart/poster. I was looking to buy one to hang up and then decided to check our workbooks and sure enough this book included a thick nice one in the back. There are stickers back there too. The Big Preschool book didn't include either of those items. I liked this one a bit more already- but that really sealed the deal - this is the better value.
it's 90% tracing and coloring of letters and numbers. my kids are not fan of coloring (when it's all dictated what color things should be), and while she likes tracing it was a very boring format and she wasn't into it (she traces with other things, this was just too plain or blah for her).
we had a different book with lots of circling, mazes, searches, matching, etc that she loved those but this was for kindergarten and was a used siblings book, i thought for sure preschool would have had more of those activities but it was very not pre-school friendly.
so unless you want constant coloring and tracing of letters and numbers, aka boring bookwork, try a different book! there was very few activities that was not that.
my 3 year old who is usually very excited about worksheets hates this book.