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Review: Kumon Folding Books

For teaching how to cut we used the Kumon Cutting Books so when I saw the folding set on Timberdoodle’s website I just had to add them to our kindergarten curriculum for this year. Each book starts out easy and gets progressively harder as the book goes on. The pictures have dotted lines so your child knows where to fold. Once they fold on all the lines it shows a new picture.


My daughter loves the pictures and thinks they are so funny. The books have really helped her fold a proper line. When we started the books she would fold a diagonal line instead of a straight line but after using these she has really progressed in her folding ability. What I really like about Kumon books is that after you complete the book they have a certificate. 


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  1. So cool! We love their cutting books and I totally didn't know they had folding ones too!

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