EXCELLENT - Help first and second graders learn how to tell time! How does a quarter after the hour also equal 15 minutes? How can a big hand and a little hand mean the same thing as digital numbers? That can be confusing. This Little Get Ready!™ book is jam packed with activities to help your little learner understand how to tell time. Its 48 pages of real-world problems, give kids big practice reading digital and analog clocks and making connections between the two. Activities in this Tell Time book such as choosing "what time is the same as eight forty-five" from among three clock faces or drawing lines between a digital time display and its matching analog clock face will soon make your child an "old hand" at telling time. Additionally, the small size of the book is ideal for letting your kids learn and have fun on the go!
WORKBOOKS - Writing in workbook pages, as opposed to typing on a computer, can help kids to focus and to learn. Writing by hand fires up specific areas of a child's brain, improving a child's ability to not only remember what he or she learns but to think of new ideas