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How Do You Measure Time?




Dewey: 529
This title covers these subjects:  MeasurementTimeCalendars

How Do You Measure Time? (Hardcover)

by Thomas K. and Heather Adamson

Capstone Press
How many hours do you sleep? How many minutes does it take to eat your cereal? Learn how clocks and calendars help you tick off the seconds, hours, days, and years.


Reading Level: 1-2
Interest Level: PreK-2
GRL: I
Lexile Level: IG 520L
Accelerated ReaderATOS Level: 2.8
AR Points: 0.5
AR Quiz Number: 138686
Early Intervention Level: 16

ISBN:  9781429644594 / 1-4296-4459-1
Publisher:  Capstone Press
Brand:  A+
Copyright: 2011
Language: English
Page Count:  32
Page Dimensions:  9 1/4 x 10 1/4
Binding:  Reinforced Library Binding

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SLJ Extra Helping - Dodie Ownes

Units of time are studied and measured as Ann counts down to her ski vacation. The different ways time can be displayed are also featured, including a stopwatch, digital clock, and a calendar. The narrative will make learning about time easier for youngsters. Back matter includes measuring facts, a glossary, and lists of additional resources. http://www.slj.com/slj/newslettersnewsletterbucketextrahelping2/890794-477/remarkable_reads_understanding_time.html.csp

July 12, 2011

Teaching Children Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - Deirdre Dacus, James Poole Elementary School, Big Sandy, Texas

How Do You Measure Time? introduces children to measuring time with both clocks and calendars. Readers meet seven-year-old Ann and see how time affects her life. This informative book is appropriate for children in kindergarten through second grade. Using simple text and color photographs, the authors do an excellent job of explaining units of time and how they relate to one another. They show both shorter and longer units – from seconds to years – and reinforce them throughout the book. They also explain that at times a minute can seem short; whereas at other times, it can feel much longer, depending on the situation. The end of the book includes interesting time facts, a glossary of time-related words, a small list of related books, and a code that can be used to access additional information at FactHound.com. Overall, this book is a great resource to have for teaching time to younger students.

March 1, 2012