Putting the fun into learning with School Zone Workbooks

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Back to School with Mommy Snippets

I believe summer is all about fun. But I do think three months with no learning can do more harm than good to a child.

In one of my eBay guides I’ve talked about Summer Slide and have shared 3 ways to prevent it. In the same, I mentioned School Zone Workbooks. If your child hasn’t worked on these, I highly recommend them.

I’ve used these workbooks in our home for the past 5 years and we love them!

School Zone

I generally have the kids first work on the grade level they’ve just completed and then give them a head start for the new school year with the new grade level.

I think this banner grabbed from the School Zone Facebook page explains why I do this, perfectly…

School Zone

The workbooks cover everything from Spelling, Math, Science, Analytic Thinking, Creative Writing, General Knowledge and Social Studies.

And this year, they’ve introduced Bible Workbooks for Preschoolers to their growing collection of workbooks.

School Zone

The books in the line include activities like dot-to-dot fun, mazes, alphabet and number recognition and reinforcement, shapes, spot the differences etc. All activities center around a story from the Bible and even include a verse in the same.

I’ve enjoyed sitting down with my 4 year old, working on activities and sharing our favorite Bible stories. Since he has just begun memorizing a Bible verse each week at a family prayer fellowship we attend, we try to pick a verse to learn from one of the workbooks.

School Zone

These are great to carry to entertain the kids on a long road-trip/flight or even to a local restaurant, while you wait for the food to come out.

They’re worth the investment, extremely affordable and yes, School Zone definitely puts the fun into learning!


Have your kids tried School Zone workbooks yet? Favorite workbook activity?


  1. My boys love doing workbooks like these! Anything that makes learning fun is a good thing.

  2. These look great and so fun. My son is too little for these yet but can’t wait to find some good ones like this when we’re ready!

  3. My toddler actually loves workbooks. (He’s strange.) He loves identifying letters and numbers righ tnow.

  4. We used workbooks sometimes for fun, but I don’t recall the brand. The illustrations are really cute!

  5. Those look like some great resources! I agree that keeping up learning some over the summer is good, but I think we have an interesting phenomenon in America where so many of our schools are failing, yet, we seem to start our children so much earlier with educational learning than many countries and seems like many of them are doing better with education. Someone needs to study this, I think and figure out why!! Should not be this way….

  6. It’s about time for me to find some preschool workbooks and start with writing letters and coloring. Time flies!

  7. Wow, look at the learning goodies! I love things like that! They are exciting and my kids get super excited to learn when we have fun stuff like that.

  8. We have never tried the School Zone workbooks. They look like they could be a great resource.

  9. What great workbooks! I have bought many such books for my son over the years! Which reminds me, we better review some stuff before school starts!

  10. I haven’t tried them, but they look like they’d be great for my kids. I love doing word problems with my son, reading the question and creating a formula.

  11. School Zone really makes a great product. We’ve used these a lot when working with my five-year old on his letters.

  12. These books like like real winners. Kids are always more eager to learn when it feels like just having fun.

  13. I have used workbooks, but never this brand. I will have to look into these, because we like to keep a stash on hand.

  14. My kids love School Zone work books! They really enjoyed the dot to dot Bible ones recently.

  15. I haven’t heard of this brand before. There’s a chance that we’ll be homeschooling at least my son. He prefers home but there are things he gets from his Montessori school that I really love and that I can’t replicate. We shall see.

  16. I love these workbooks. I am looking for some for my toddler so I appreciate this post. It reminded me to get this so thank you

  17. Oh I didn’t know about this program. I will have to check into it for the preschoolers I teach thanks

  18. These are really cute activity books. It’s seems like a great way to make learning fun.

  19. So cute. We went through a lot of these workbooks when kiddo was younger.

  20. I think these are great for homeschoolers, too. I always look for extras to complement our curriculum.

  21. My kids use to love doing workbooks when they were little. I love that these are Bible based. I think they would be a great resource for homeschool kids.

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