What's the time?
1st American ed.
Young children can discover how the hours of a day are linked to their daily schedule and take the first step in learning to tell time Tick tock. Watch the clock. Is it time to get up? What time is bedtime? In What's the Time? young children can discover how the hours of a day are linked to their daily schedule and take the first step in learning to tell time. A special clock with movable hands makes time-telling practice fun. Colorful photographs of everyday activities and familiar objects help children relate time to the things they do every day. Clear text and simple word labels enrich children's vocabulary.
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|Grouping Title||what s the time|
|Grouping Author||holtz lara tankel|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-23 00:37:15AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-13 03:18:52AM|
|author||Holtz, Lara Tankel, 1967-|
|author_display||Holtz, Lara Tankel|
|available_at_yuma||Yuma Public Library|
|detailed_location_yuma||Yuma Public Library - Easy|
|owning_library_yuma||Yuma Public Library|
|owning_location_yuma||Yuma Public Library|
Time measurements -- Juvenile literature
Toy and movable books -- Specimens
|title_display||What's the time?|
|title_full||What's the time? / written by Lara Tankel|
|title_short||What's the time?|
Toy and movable books