Kindergarten Books for Children Aged 5


Learning Letters


The 1st Kindergarten Workbook deals intensively with learning letters and the first everyday words on 163 pages. It also offers a lot of fun through puzzles, games, a bedtime story, and much more. The entire series is designed as a comic and can be completely colored. This Workbook is primarily aimed at young Kindergarten children. Still, it is also excellent for consolidating already learned content in school children.

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Writing Numbers


The 2nd Kindergarten Workbook deals intensively with learning numbers up to 25 and exercises in set theory on 129 pages. It also offers a lot of fun through puzzles, games, and much more. A bedtime story is also included. Each learning book in this series contains a certificate for your child and puzzle solutions for control. This Workbook will prepare your child for the world of numbers in a creative and fun way.

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Telling Time and Seasons


The 3rd Kindergarten Workbook deals intensively with learning how to tell time and the calendar, including the seasons, on 129 pages. It shows the child how to learn empathy, recognize emotions, and express themselves. It also includes crafting and search-and-find pages. Each of our lovingly designed, motivating, and child-tested learning books guarantees a lot of fun through puzzles, games, and much more.

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Learning and Exercise Books


Hello, dear parents, grandparents, educators, and everyone who wants to promote children's skills! 

You are all doing an important job! You make our children strong, self-confident, curious about the world, and capable of learning! 

With our books, we want to support you in training some cognitive skills (attention, creativity, imagination), social competencies, and your child's motivation and work attitude. Transitioning from kindergarten to school is a big step for your child, a milestone in life. 

We want to help make this transition easier for your child. It should feel comfortable in class. This can be achieved, for example, by children recognizing the learning material they have already learned with you in our books. Enough new things are already coming to elementary school students; familiar things provide security. A well-motivated and prepared child is much happier to go to class. 

In schools, reading, writing, and arithmetic are given the highest priority. Unfortunately, social-emotional learning is neglected, although it has been proven to be just as crucial for good grades. 

Strengthen these skills, accompanied by our books.