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I Can Color Toddler Big Skills for Little Hands

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Ages: 18 mos - 3 yrs
Grade Levels: Toddler

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Product Code: 332-303
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Pictures, Puzzles, and More
I Can Color Toddler Big Skills for Little Hands will help children build hand-eye coordination by teaching them to hold and use crayons. In this delightful, brightly-colored workbook children will color pictures, practice counting, and solve puzzles while learning an essential skill.

A Fun Introduction to Seatwork
One of four books in the Big Skills for Little Hands Toddler series, I Can Color Toddler will gently introduce your 18-month- to three-year-olds to seatwork. This series features fun activity pages that teach important fine motor skills necessary for academics.

Toddler-friendly Topics
Children will have fun cutting, pasting, tracing, and coloring their way to scholarly success throughout this series! Simple tasks, large colorful illustrations, and toddler-friendly topics; it doesn't get any easier than this. The 80-page I Can Color Toddler Big Skills for Little Hands is a pared-down version of the same 204-page I Can Color book we've carried for years, featuring the pages most suitable to a younger audience.

Begin With the Little Guys
If you have the privilege, begin your role of teaching parent with the little guys. They are the most authentic of students, their expectations are exceedingly low, they are amazed at your unending wisdom, and they are thrilled just to be in your presence. Teaching this age is pure pleasure!
Just right for toddlers 18 months to 3 years.
For the slightly older youngster, 4 to 6 years old, check out I Can Color or the complete Big Skills Set of 5 for Pre-K to Kindergarten.

Also in This Series:
I Can Cut Toddler
I Can Paste Toddler
I Can Trace Toddler

Publisher's Information
Pages: 80
Binding: Paperback
ISBN: 9780769659688
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Made In: USA
Consumable: Yes
Reproducible: No

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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Good for 2 Year Olds June 2, 2011
Reviewer: Amy from Ohio  
This book is really good for when the older ones say, "Mom, little brother/sister is trying to color on my picture!" Then you can just tear out a sheet for the little one to do. The pages have a small shape and then the parent is directed to point to the shape, name it, and then pick the correct color to color it. After that structure, I turn the page over and let my little one color however he wants. When I first saw this I thought it was silly and that I would just print my own coloring sheets from the internet, but its much faster and easier just to rip a page out of a book. Also, I am switching to coloring and workbooks because printer ink is so expensive. The pages have a glossy feel to them and they are full color, so I think the price is fair.

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This one is just right! October 15, 2010
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Oberlin, OH United States  
This book is a very gradual introduction into controling hand motions for coloring.  It also offers practice in following directions.  Our youngest truly enjoys using this workbook during school time.  She is always so proud of her acievements and knowing that she did her best.  This entire series is wonderful and highly recommended.  The is yet another great product offered by Timberdoodle!

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Great for Toddlers. October 12, 2010
Reviewer: Misty Marr from Buckeye, AZ United States  
THis is a great scaled down version of the I Can Color, made especially for the very young.  Some many workbooks are just too hard for the young toddler, but not this one.  It is so much more than a coloring book.  THere is lots of attractive color already in the book, to draw your child's attention.  Frequently there will be a picture with all but one item in the picture already colored, and the toddler just colors that little part.  It has a gentle introduction to counting and the book ends with a dry/erase page.  Definitely a winner!

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