Check out some fantastic books from Gakken Play Smartthat will help get your preschooler ready for kindergarten. Disclosure: I received these books free of charge for my honest review. However, all opinions are 100% mine.
When you have older kids it’s inevitable that the younger ones are going to want to do “school work” just like the older ones. My 5.0 loves to write and draw and is very excited to learn. However, I don’t think there’s enough paper in the world to keep up with all of his writing, drawing and learning. That’s why I love the Gakken Wipe-off Workbooks series.
This fun series of books new from Gaaken the worldwide leader in preschool learning!
The #1 educational publisher in Japan‚ Gakken also runs more than 15‚000 learning centers and nursery schools. Play Smart workbooks bring the proven fun- first formula to North America.
Each workbook includes more than 60 engaging activities that help to hone preschoolers’ focus, fine motor coordination, reasoning, school skills,
and more.The activities in every book were developed by educators and child development experts. Because they have a wipe-off surface your kids can solve the puzzles, then erase the pages and try them again.
“More Ways to Play” suggestions throughout the books offer different challenges for children to get the most out of every activity.The books are designed so that the puzzles get harder as you go, helping to build a sense of independence, and confidence.
Each workbook contains practice worksheets (for letter- and number- writing) and a doodle page for open- ended fun. The books come with a wipe-off marker that is sized perfectly for children’s hands, but can also be used with other dry- or wet-erase markers and
The hardcover binder make the books perfect for on the go learning and fun. Wipe-off pages mean you don’t have to worry about the books getting wet! Try them at the beach or the pool.
We’ve had a blast using them and can’t wait to keep working on them through the year while he works on all his early learning skills.
You can purchase these fun books on Amazon and other leading retailers.
Now for the best part! One lucky winner will get a set of the 6 Gakken play smart wipe-off workbooks RV$60! Just head below to enter.
Giveaway is open to US only and ends on 9/14 at 11:59pm EST. Good luck!
Comments & Reviews
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I would like to win this for my granddaughter 🙂
Jessica Lodge says
I would like to win these for my 3 year old daughter.
Stephanie Larison says
My daughter who needs a little help with getting ready for school next year.
Jenny Q. says
I would love these for my niece. It would be a great way to learn!
Richard Hicks says
I want to win for our kids
courtney b says
i would win this for my son
Tracy Pryor says
I would love to win these for my nephew.
Antoinette M says
This would be for my niece.
mary chapman says
My son! I want to be prepared with fun activities.
Christine Yvonne Groce says
I would love to win these for my grandchildren. Thanks for the chance to win.
Tari Lawson says
I want to win these for my students.
Cynthia C says
I would like to give these to my two little nieces.
Leland Lee says
For my son
I would love to win these workbooks for my daughter! She is turning three and goes through them so quickly, having a wipeable option would be wonderful!
I would love to win these for my grandson.
Mia Rose says
I would want to win these for my grandson.
Thank you so much this would be lovely to have for my two boys ❤️
Sarah F says
These would be perfect for my daughter!
I would love to win these for my Granddaughter.
Christina Skinner says
My 4 year old would love these! We homeschool and when the older two sit down to do school work he says “I want to do school too!” I laminated some sheets for him but this looks really fun.
Valerie Guerrero says
I want this for my youngest daughter
I’d love it for my two youngest.
Rania R. says
My 4 year old son who will start Pre-K in September.
Darlene Owen says
I want to win these for my 4 year old grandson
I’d love to use these for my toddler. However, I am also an SLP and could get great use of these at school with children who have cognitive and motor delays.
jennifer babich says
My daughter is starting pre-k and these would be great to practice new skills at home