Description : "Colors and numbers have a lot of significance for us. We each have our own personal number vibrations and personal color vibrations. Some of these numbers, such as our date of birth, are permanent. We also have temporary personal colors that change with the calendar. By consciously surrounding ourselves with our personal colors, we become more in tune with the cosmic forces. Colors and numbers are useful to our lives and attitudes. They may form a basis for our affirmations and declarations about ourselves, which is exactly the purpose of this book. May every Colors & Numbers day be a joyous one for you!" — Louise L. Hay
Description : This resource contains over 100 reproducible pages to reinforce basic skills such as: recognizing letters, numbers, colors, and shapes; reading small words, number words, shape words, and color words; writing letters, numbers, number words, shape words, and color words; and drawing and manipulating shapes. Children will develop fine motor skills as they trace, write, cut, paste, and color.
Description : Alphabet, Colors, Numbers, and Shapes for prekindergarten through first grade is designed to help students master essential early learning skills. The engaging practice pages reinforce early learning concepts that form the foundation for learning. Skills covered include letter recognition and formation, beginning sounds, counting 1-10, ordering numbers, and fine motor skills such as tracing. This well-known series, Kelley Wingate, has been updated to align content to the Common Core State Standards. The 128-page books will provide a strong foundation of basic skills and will offer differentiated practice pages to make sure all students are well prepared to succeed in today's Common Core classroom. The books will include Common Core standards matrices, cut-apart flashcard sections, and award certificates. This series is designed to engage and recognize all learners, at school or at home.
Description : Numbering with colors is tutorial in nature, with many practical examples given throughout the presentation. It is heavily illustrated with gray-scale images, but also included is an 8-page signature of 4-color illustrations to support the presentation. While the organization is somewhat similar to that found in "The Data Handbook," there is little overlap with the content material in that publication. The first section in the book discusses Color Physics, Physiology and Psychology, talking about the details of the eye, the visual pathway, and how the brain converts colors into perceptions of hues. This is followed by the second section, in which Color Technologies are explained, i.e. how we describe colors using the CIE diagram, and how colors can be reproduced using various technologies such as offset printing and video screens. The third section of the book, Using Colors, relates how scientists and engineers can use color to help gain insight into their data sets through true color, false color, and pseudocolor imaging.
Description : This resource consists of over 250 full-color letter and picture cards that can be arranged quickly into more than 45 engaging activities that reinforce skills such as letter, number, and color recognition; letter, number, and shape formation; alphabetical and numerical order; and beginning sounds.
Description : This would be a book for a younger child to help in learning their basic colors' and their numbers' from 1-15 and in writing this book I hope they will enjoy it.
Description : 1908 Contents: Your First Birth; Eventful Births; If We Have Individual Colors, When & How Did We First Receive Them?; Use of Birth Vibrations; Meaning of Colors as Disclosed Through Vibration of Numbers as Taught by Pythagoras; Exercises; Reading.