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Monster Math School Time (Hello Reader! Math Level 1)

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A follow-up book to Monster Math finds endearing monsters sharing rollicking times as they spell at nine o'clock, enjoy show-and-tell at ten o'clock, and more. Original."
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by Cartwheel (first published 1997)
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Kathleen Hoellerich
Feb 14, 2015 Kathleen Hoellerich rated it really liked it
Monster Math School Time by Grace Maccarone is a fun little story about what monsters do throughout the day. The monsters are personified as children doing different activates that one would find a child doing throughout their day. The purpose of the story is to teach children about time in a fun way. On the last pages of the book the author took time to give information on how to use the story of the monsters as a teaching tool.

“At ten o’clock they show and tell.” The illustrator really plays
Feb 19, 2012 Steve rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: first graders
I like this book. The illustrations are good. The text is bite sized, but there are words my son has learned reading this book. The first time he read it he lingered over the illustrations and as we reread it he developed his story about the illustrations. And I've created a blog about my son's schedule based on the kind of schedule the kids have.
Vanessa Peavy
Feb 23, 2012 Vanessa Peavy rated it liked it
Shelves: ece-3601, math
Such a cute book. From the time the monsters wake up they are busy doing something at certain times of the day.
When working with time I would:
Have clock manipulative for students to model the times that the monsters are busy doing things.
I would also look at our class schedule and have them model the time on their clocks.
Amber Adams
Feb 12, 2013 Amber Adams rated it liked it
Shelves: math
This book show the different routines that the monsters go through at each time of the day. There are not many words in the book except for the time telling concepts. This book can be used in my classroom to help teach about time and routines.
Oct 19, 2010 Mandy rated it liked it
Shelves: picture-books
Monsters go about their day as we learn telling time to the hour and sometimes half hour. Illustrations show both a digital and analog clock.
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Grace Maccarone is a children’s book editor and the author of many books for young readers, including Miss Lina’s Ballerinas, illustrated by Christine Davenier, and the First Grade Friends series, illustrated by Betsy Lewin. She lives in Westchester, New York.
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