Also notice she is doing the work in her room. We are not the type to keep works in one room. We do have a dedicated school room but most of the time the works are taken to other areas of the house where the kids feel comfortable working. The works are then store back in the school room. This was in the evening when she decided to pick this work and I was doing stuff in the kids room so she brought it in there to be close to me.
This works is so GREAT. At first you look at it and think "ok, numbers 1 to 100, what is the big deal?" Well, the children not only learn their numbers and sequence but they start to see patters like "twenty-one, twenty-two, next should be a 2 and a 3 and then a 2 and a 4". They will say "2 and 1, 2 and 2" and you tell them the language "twenty-one, twenty-two". Older kids see the patterns going vertically. You have all of the ones lined up, all of the two's, all of the three's. They start to notice the tens, etc.. You can also use this for skip counting, addition, multiplication, and so much more! It's just wonderful.