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Tick-tock Sharks

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Kids can learn how to tell time with a big, foldout, moveable clock-both analog and digital-and a funny story about how sharks spend their day!

At eight o'clock in the ocean flow,
Whale sharks wake, get dressed, and go.

Silly sharks have a very full day in this rhyming, interactive book that features a foldout, movable clock! At ten o'clock, they learn their 1, 2, 3's. At ele
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published July 1st 2005 by Cartwheel Books
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Julia Jasztal
Jan 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Mommy's review from 7/28/10 -

This is a different sort of book, starting with the clock on the front cover that a child can manipulate and move to whatever time they'd like. There is an hour and minute slot each so the child can also see what time it is in "digital" form.
Julia's favorite part was being able to identify the whale shark in the beginning. (Thanks Dora the Explorer!)
The text included is minimal, a short poem in the form of less than 20 lines. In the upper corner of each page there
Scott Roark
Oct 15, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: rhyming, sequencing
This book has 2 portions. The first is on the cover and has a movable clock that shows the hour and minute hands, but also the digital clock. As the hands are rotated, the digital clock changes as well. The interior of the book deals with kid sharks and what is involved in their throughout their day at school. Book incorporates rhyming and telling time.
Teacher could have students make a schedule for their day, either at school or at home. Teacher could also have index cards with different activi
Oct 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: children-s-books
This is a great book for learning about time. It shows the time in both digital and analog. It also has the benefit of rhymes, which help engage the children and teach them about a literacy skill. I enjoyed all the different types of sharks and the names of them sparked some questions and conversations.
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