First Numbers: A Ladybird Topsy and Tim Sticker Book by


First Numbers: A Ladybird Topsy and Tim Sticker Book by

It's fun to learn with Topsy and Tim! Topsy and Tim: First Numbers is a fun and colourful activity book with over 50 stickers to help preschool children develop and practise key early learning skills. It is packed with lots of activities to make learning numbers fun and help children develop pencil control, from writing numbers and counting objects to completing puzzles and adding stickers to the pages. The sticker activity book thoroughly covers the numbers from 1-10 and gives plenty of practise in counting and learning to recognize both numerals and number words. There is also an answers page and reward stickers to motivate your little learners. The perfect first numbers and counting book for children about to start school or at Reception.

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16 pages
Interest Age: From 3


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Publication date

7th May 2015



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