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Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book: Math (Caveman Educational Children's Books) by Rod Rammage introduces Place Value to children. As children need early exposure to math concepts, Rammage produced this entertaining coloring book to help them understand Place Value. He developed a caveman voice to entertain children with the story of a caveman's travels to Apple Valley. Now children can learn math and understand Place Value in a fun and easy way. This fun coloring book gives children the head start they need to build important mental math concepts. If you want to help your child develop early math skills, give them this book, which is also available in a fully colored illustrated edition and as a Kindle book.
Caveman Teach Children Place Value Coloring Book by Rod Rammage is a great way to start supporting your toddler’s development by helping them understand Place Value. I am sure this book will help new parents teach math to their little ones, as knowing where to start can be overwhelming to them. I greatly appreciate this coloring book's simplicity, size, and content. It contains straightforward educational images and an entertaining, helpful, and educational tale that makes math fun and interesting. This book comes in handy as toddlers learn best while having fun and as they can greatly benefit from early exposure to educational concepts. Every parent who is looking to show their kids that math is helpful, enjoyable, and not intimidating at all should own a copy of this book.