The Alphabet in simple words is a collection of letters and their sounds. The ABCs of Alphabet work as important building blocks for linguistic development among children. Alphabets soon begin to take form of words and sentences and thus effectively aid in speech and communication development. Numbers skills such as number recognition and counting, play an elementary role in the development of Mathematical understanding among children. Generally, kids are able to recognize shapes, colours and sizes around them, but it is number skills that equip them with the knowledge of counting and measuring.
A wise old saying which goes something like this, ‘Practice makes a man perfect’, holds true even today. To learn a certain concept by heart, a lot of practice is evidently expected, but sometimes over practice could prove to be detrimental. To prevent this, we collated three practice books which would transform learning into a fun and engaging activity. Every page of these books is characterised by a subtle colour and two distinct examples. This gives children an idea of how to understand and relate to an Alphabet in more than one particular way.
When the team at Target Publications was in the middle of the compilation process of our Number Writing books, we had to go ahead in a strategic manner. The task was to create books which would not be seen as a burdensome addition to the daily life of toddlers. We wanted to completely remove the fear for Numbers from 1-100 from within the minds of all students. The fundamental thought was to encourage kids to shed all their inhibitions and enjoy numbers to the fullest. We consider this to be our USP as it gives toddlers as well as children a break from mindless writing, practicing and counting of numbers.
Target Publications' combo of ‘Alphabet and Number Writing Books for Kids’, provide ample practice for numbers and alphabets to make studying them, easy and fun. This combo of books is meticulously compiled together to suite the requirements of children between the ages of four and seven. We're sure that it would help children learn numbers and get them intrigued about the world of writing and mathematics.
|Subject||Alphabet and Number|