# Kumon Workbooks

28 BOOKS FOUND

My Book of Money: Dollars and Cents
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\$7.95
This sequel to My First Book of Money helps children make the difficult transition between cents and dollars. By first reviewing the names and values
My Book of Multiplication
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\$5.99
This workbook will help your child develop an understanding of multiplication up to 10 × 10. Your child will first strengthen his or her multiplication skills
My Book of Number Games 1-150
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\$7.95
By using the skills acquired from the tracing and coloring exercises in My Book of Number Games 1-70, children will gain more advanced number recognition
My Book of Telling Time: Learning About Minutes
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\$7.59
This second book in the Telling Time sequence helps children learn how to tell time down to the minute. By using a variety of different
My First Book of Money: Counting Coins
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\$6.29
Using Kumon’s step-by-step, incremental approach, this workbook introduces children to the concept of money. Your child will have plenty of practice working with each coin
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\$7.90
Through our unique step-by-step progression of activities, your child will be able to confidently add sums beyond 30. To lay the foundation, children first count,
Easy Telling Time: Write and Wipe!
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\$9.95
Learning to tell time is a great way for children to become acquainted with early math concepts. These cards help children link numbers with the
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\$7.95
In Grade 1 Geometry & Measurement, your child will learn the basics of numbers, shapes, measurement, money, and time. Your child will gain confidence by
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\$7.95
This workbook helps your child build a strong foundation in subtraction. By reviewing numbers 1-100 and basic addition, this workbook builds confidence before introducing new
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\$7.95
This workbook will introduce your child to word problems with simple addition and subtraction. The illustrations in our workbook increase comprehension and provide a fun
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\$4.99
Grow to Know: Simple Multiplication
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\$4.99
This book uses a step-by-step approach to introduce your child to multiplication from 1 × 1 to 5 × 9. After a brief review of