Let's Fold! by Kumon Publishing
  

Let's Fold!

Written by Kumon Publishing
Illustrated by
Part of the Kumon First Steps Workbooks Series

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Synopsis

Let's Fold! by Kumon Publishing

This book of folding paper aims at developing children's fine motor skills and concentration by gradually increasing the number of folding lines. This incremental method is a cornerstone of the Kumon method and helps foster motivation by presenting attainable goals to children.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Kumon Publishing
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Publisher

Kumon Publishing North America, Inc

Publication date

17th February 2007

ISBN

9781933241128


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