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Review: Kumon My First Book of Money Counting Coins

 Kumon, Kumon, Kumon! We love our Kumon books. Kumon My First Book of Money Counting Coins was perfect for us. It starts off with numbers 1-100 which is what we are learning in our Math-U-See curriculum right now. Then the book goes over pennies and the other coins. By the end of the workbook they are counting coins in cash registers; which is really cute!


Like with our other Kumon we use a sheet protector and expo. The lessons start off easy and get progressively harder as you go through the workbook. Kumon books are great supplements to whatever your curriculum has even if your child is in public school. If they need a little extra help these workbooks are amazing. Our daughter really wanted to learn about money since we play restaurant and shop a lot. This workbook has helped her a lot with knowing which coins she should be handing us. I’d definitely recommend Kumon to anyone.



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