How to Tell the Time (kartonnage)
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DK Children
278 x 232 x 20 mm
718 g
How to Tell the Time (kartonnage)

How to Tell the Time

A Lift-the-flap Guide to Telling the Time

Kartonnage Engelska, 2019-07-04
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Telling the time is a key topic for early learners. This charming and colourful book helps kids understand the basics of telling the time. Fully interactive, the book features lift-the-flap puzzles that help kids to relate telling the time to everyday life - posing questions such as "It's 8.15 - is it time for breakfast?", "Does it take 2 minutes to brush your teeth?". How to Tell the Time introduces kids to how we measure time using seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, and years. It gets kids learning to tell and write the time to the nearest five minutes. There is a flap attached to the front jacket that opens to reveal an amazing clock with moveable hands. Quiz questions that relate to the clock are found sprinkled throughout the book, encouraging kids to move the hands on the clock face and tell the correct time. Telling the time is often a subject that children find hard to grapple with. This book is just what those children need, as it tackles the subject in a fully interactive and playful way.
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Sean McArdle was a teacher and headteacher for more than 30 years, specialising in Primary mathematics and assessment. He has written more than 100 maths books for children, including DK's Maths Made Easy series, which has sold internationally. Sean has written for a major Primary maths website and acted as consultant on many maths-based projects. He lives in a small village south of Winchester in Hampshire, England.