Amazon: Highly Rated Wipe Clean Spiral-Bound Preschool Workbooks as Low as $4.56 (Regularly $6.99)

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If you have a 3-6 year old in your household, consider heading over to Amazon and snagging these highly rated Workbooks (perfect for car trips, doctor’s visits, and more!). You can snag this spiral-bound Numbers 1-20 Workbook for just $4.69 (reg. $6.99!) or this spiral-bound Tracing and Pen Control Workbook for just $4.56 (reg. $6.99!).

Wipe clean workbooks are full of exercises and activities to help prepare children aged three and over for school. Plus, these workbook ship FREE with Super Saver Shipping on a $35+ purchase OR get FREE 2-day shipping (no minimum) with Amazon Prime

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  1. intchina

    Dollar Tree stores in the Milwaukee and Brown Deer, WI areas carry Sesame Street dry erase books on colors, letters and numbers, and some other dry erase workbooks, they are small, but excellent value for a $1.

  2. holly

    It is a terrible idea to teach a child to make a “1” like that. Advice to anyone who gets that book, skip the “1” page.

    • shalini

      Why? I am really curious..

      • Melissa

        Who writes their ones like that? You see it with certain fonts, but most people don’t write it like that. They just make a simple line. It is best to keep it simple, especially for preschoolers. Making a one that way is too much like the number 7.

        • 1luv

          Totally agree. Causes confusion between 1 and 7.

        • Amy

          I’ve only seen those overseas write ‘1’ like that.

    • Renee

      May I ask why you say that?

    • Nydia

      I sometimes work with children who come from south America and they are all write 1 that way.

    • holly

      The most common handwriting curricula taught in schools do not make them that way, they just use a straight line. It unnecessarily complicates something very simple that will just likely be re-taught a different way once they get to school. Learning to write is a big task, so little ones who are learning to write benefit from making it as simple as possible.

  3. Erin

    This brand of dry erase book is frequently available at places like TJ Maxx, Marshall’s, Home Goods, Burlington Coat Factory, etc. for less. I’ve paid $2.99 for a number of different ones.

    • CO Mama

      Or a garage sale for $0.25 that’s where we got ours and a year later we’ve already donated them. Save your moolah in my own opinion.

  4. aj

    I found a disney frozen workbook that i laminated for my 3 year old. She loves it! Then hole punch it and your good to go!

    • Hollie

      Where did you find the frozen one?!

      • AJ

        Dollar tree

        • Hollie

          Thanks!

  5. MakeupAddict

    Almost bought this til I read the reviews here 😉 …I agree …I have dry erase boards already anyway that I got at the target hot spot and I bought when they had a cartwheel a while back too so really cheap

  6. holly

    There are lots of great free worksheets online! I print them out and put them in those plastic sheet protector thingies and then put them all in a 3-ring binder. Or you can hole punch them and get the kind of binder with the plastic covering and slip them under the plastic on the front so you don’t have to buy the sheet protectors. It also serves as a slant board that way. Just stick your markers and erasers in the inside pockets and you are good to go. 🙂

    • Rae

      We do something similar we just print our own and laminate the pages and use a clipboard/lap desk. Though I also got my son the brain quest workbook from Costco for like $7 which is the cheapest I’d seen it. Its not dry erase or anything but I liked the layout of it.

    • Shah

      Any particular websites that you print from? Thanks

  7. Urvi

    Worksheets: education.com lets you print 10/month for free or you can pay for unlimited access.
    Greatschools.com has awesome worksheets for free.
    I usually save them in a PDF folder and then rotate depending on her interests.

  8. holly

    teacherspayteachers.com is great, the worksheets and activities are made by teachers, some you have to pay for, but there are a lot of freebies. And if you sign up for their email updates you can get an email every week with 10 freebies (that range from preK-high school). I also use education.com and yourtherapysource.com. I don’t have a preschooler of my own yet (my son is only 2 months old), but I’m an OT for pre-k and elementary schools and 90% of my caseload are students with fine motor/handwriting needs. 🙂

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