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3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Children can become mathematical problem solvers, learning to communicate and reason mathematically, by using the Math Counts series.
Paperback, 31 pages
Published September 1st 1995 by Children's Press(CT) (first published December 12th 1941)
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Kathryn Sublett
This book displays different types of clocks and explains the many reasons we use time. Students will be able to find real world contexts for time. Get first grade students to make a timeline of a weekday. Provide them with times for arriving at school, lunch, dismissal and get them to choose eight other time slots for activities. Students need to know why time is important. Discuss with students what it would be like if time didn't matter(i.e. missing the bus because there is no specified time ...more
- This book is great for introducing time to students
- Show different types of clocks
- Text to world connection (prior knowledge of time – where do they encounter time)
- Grades k-2
Yinzadi marked it as to-read
Nov 28, 2012
Alison Doucette
Alison Doucette marked it as to-read
Jun 29, 2012
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