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  • Item #: 036040
    ISBN: 9781933241272
    Retail: $7.95
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    A follow-up to My Book of Easy Telling Time, this workbook begins with a review of telling time in hours and half-hours and then quickly moves to minutes. Children will practice counting to sixty, learn about 5-minute increments and quarters as well.

  • Item #: 036036
    ISBN: 9781933241265
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    Children begin by filling in 1-12 around the clock face and move on to telling time in hours and half-hours.

  • Item #: 004077
    ISBN: 9781564178398
    Retail: $9.99
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    A 64-page book to use with your Judy Clock to teach telling time. Reproducible pages guide children through the concepts of day and night, hour and minute hands, and telling time to the hour, half-hour, and minute. Also goes into seasons, years, decades, and centuries.

  • Item #: 042303
    ISBN: 9780794515195
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  • Item #: 004115
    ISBN: 9780794534035
    Retail: $7.99
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    Learn how to tell time with colorful, reusable activities! This dry-erase workbook has sturdy laminated pages, a wipe clean pen, and a fun monster theme. Each page features practice activities to help kids master the skills of time-telling. Many of the exercises involve tracing or writing specific times upon analog clock faces in response to prompts. Students are also asked to look at clocks, then write out the time in words or numbers. (These activities tend to be fill-in-the-blank for the first half of the book.). Digital clocks are covered as well. Brief instructional material is provided to introduce a concept, but most of the workbook consists solely of practice exercises. The colorful, friendly monsters will hold kids' interests as they complete activities such as recording the times Spud the monster performs daily activities (ie. eating, shopping, bedtime) or writing departure times at the train station. A "Your day" section invites kids to write down the times they do certain tasks during the day, too. 22 pgs. ~ Lisa
  • Item #: 015856
    ISBN: 9781933241456
    Retail: $9.95
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    These cards help children link numbers with corresponding clock faces, teaching both analog and digital time.

  • Item #: 071862
    ISBN: 9781933055312
    Retail: $12.95
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  • Item #: 003527
    ISBN: 9781619300330
    Retail: $15.95
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    Students today seldom think about how and why human beings measure time. In this activity-based non-consumable textbook, readers explore the history of the science of time telling, from ancient times to the modern age. As this fascinating study develops, students will be directed to complete fifteen fun projects utilizing tools and supplies from around their home. Each hands-on project helps readers appreciate some of the most significant discoveries and advancements made over the years by those who have sought to improve the science of time measurement. Although well written, informative, and engaging, this book emphasizes that time is an entirely human invention, and no attempt is made to attribute time’s creation to a divine Creator. 120 pgs, pb. ~ Mike

  • Item #: 008660
    ISBN: 9780440905608
    Retail: $5.99
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    Author Robert Nye's interpretation of the Anglo-Saxon epic in straightforward, understandable language for young readers. He has taken the original poem, and has retold it in a more familiar story format. 103 pgs.

  • Item #: 065354
    Retail: $7.00
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  • Item #: 035134
    ISBN: 9781483831091
    Retail: $7.99
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     Calendar skills, time of day, reading clocks (analog and digital, to ½ hour), and reading and writing time.

  • Item #: 071947
    ISBN: 9780794538651
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  • Item #: 017631
    Retail: $3.99
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    Learn to tell time to the nearest five minutes with these self-checking, easy-to-read cards. The clock face on the front has a digital partner on the back. Ninety-six 3" x 5" cards.

  • Item #: 052496
    Retail: $25.00
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    This 17"x14," colorful magnetic chart provides kids with the opportunity to practice their analog clock skills again and again! The hours are labeled, colored dots represent five minute increments, and small black dots represent 1-minute increments Movable clock hands are labeled "hours" and "minutes." Number magnets are included for students to place on the clock itself or in the large margins surrounding the clock face. The categories of magnets include: minutes (00-55, in 5 minute increments), hours, and 24 hours (13-24, for those that prefer European or military time). Magnets of time words are also included, such as "a.m.," p.m.," "o'clock," and "half," among others, to use in finishing "The Time Is _____" space on the upper right hand corner of the chart. Finally, the bottom of the chart contains 14 spaces, each labeled with an hour ranging from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Accompanying each space is a rectangular magnet with a labeled illustration representing an activity that might represent that hour of the day. These can be swapped around to reflect your daily schedule. For example, 7:00 am is "waking up time" with an illustration of a yawning child; 9:00 am is "math time;" 1:00 pm is "music time;" 4:00 pm is "play time." ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 034292
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  • Item #: 031100
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  • Item #: 013411
    ISBN: 9781591983866
    Retail: $5.99
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    Telling time on the hour, half hour, quarter, every five minutes, ten minutes, all minutes, and a.m. and p.m.

  • Item #: 048768
    ISBN: 9781931941167
    Retail: $9.99
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    Have you ever seen a parent and child together and been jealous of their close and sincere relationship? This book shows parents how they can take practical steps to develop a relationship with their children that will last and be strengthened through the teenage and adult years. It's hard to get kids to share everything with their parents, but this book gives good tips on how to get it done and proves that it's possible. Written by a mother/daughter team who seem to have an air-tight relationship, the book shares their personal story. The daughter is grown with children of her own now, but she recounts stories from her childhood. The mom seems to be quite the character, and she also tells stories and explains how she took deliberate steps to make sure their relationship had a foundation in Christ and her daughter always felt safe and eager to share everything with her. It's interesting to see how the two kept the lines of communication open throughout the years and how the mom made sure the daughter always felt loved and cared for, even when being punished. The main point of the book is that you need to take time out of your schedule to have one-on-one time with your child so they know that even the most trivial aspect of their lives is important to you and worth sharing. It admits that creating an unbreakable bond with your child can take work, but it's biblically based and definitely worth the effort. Full of biblical wisdom on how to develop healthy communication within the home. By Sky McNeill and Paula Stevenson, 144 pgs, pb. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 010992
    ISBN: 9781933339009
    Retail: $17.95
    Rainbow Price: $11.35
    In the quest to cover a little of everything from a particular time period AND present it at a level that a younger child can understand, most elementary history texts are, well, probably just a bit lacking in the exciting and shall we say “interesting” department. At least, I found it as such when I was much younger, although it led me to do a lot of self-reading to complete the picture in the areas that interested me. Susan Wise Bauer attempts to remedy this difficulty in presenting a chronological history to the younger set using a classical approach to history. The Story of the World is structured around a text and a curriculum guide/activity book that serve as a springboard for your futher history explorations. The readings in the text provide a background of the time period covered, augmented by the use of the guide, which contains review questions, suggestions for supplemental readings, appropriate literature selections, and also map activities, coloring pages, as well as an abundance of projects that span history, art, and science that are sure to excite the student.

    The text itself serves as the starting point and backbone of each unit. Each chapter covers a particular time period, and is placed in chronological order. For example, in Volume One: Ancient Times, Chapter One begins with “The Earliest People” followed by chapters detailing periods of Egyptian, Sumarian, Jewish, Babylonian, Assyrian, Indian, Chinese, African, Egyptian, Phoenician, Greek, Persian, Native American, Roman, Christian, Celt, and Barbarian history. The book goes in strictly chronological order, so one time period of a civilization will be covered, and then a different civilization may be covered, returning to another era of the first civilization later, to encompass a significant historical event of that civilization. Each chapter is further split into smaller, more bite-sized amounts that lend themselves well to a younger attention span. The chapters are presented at a level they will understand, but at the same time, find fairly absorbing. History is presented in more of a story-type format that they will appreciate, and the author emphasizes that the book is not intended to give a complete overview of the time period, but rather to give the student a chronological order of major events and an appreciation and understanding of different cultures while presenting it in a way that will foster an enthusiasm and enjoyment of the subject matter. For example, while not every ruler of a civilization may be named, along with major accomplishments, an overview of the period highlighting important events and rulers, along with details of how the people in the civilizations lived comprise the short chapters. Mythical stories as well as historical fiction-type passages about young children from different cultures are woven into the narrative to stimulate further interest. These almost story-type chapters are meant to be read aloud to younger children, or those with reading difficulty, while good readers and older children can read or take turns reading the chapters aloud.

    When a chapter has been completely read, you and the students then turn to the curriculum manual/actvitiy guide. At the beginning of each chapter in the guide, corresponding page references are given from four recommended supplements Kingfisher History Encyclopedia, The Kingfisher Illustrated History of the World, The Usborne Book of World History, and the Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of World History. These selections further flesh out the history lessons, particularly for those periods or civilizations where less supplemental reading is available. When all the chapter reading has been accomplished, the next order of business are the reading comprehension-type review questions for each chapter section. Following the questions, the student is asked to summarize the chapter in a few sentences. The author again stresses that important facts be included in this narrative, but not necessarily every single one. A few sample narrations are also supplied for each section. The student’s narrative is then written, illustrated with his/her favorite part of the lesson. The narratives can be collected and put into a loose-leaf binder, to create the student’s own world history. After these activities have been completed, a list of readings chosen to supplement and complement the history lesson are supplied, as well as a following list of corresponding literature suggestions to further flesh out the lesson, with books telling stories from that era. Author, publisher, copyright date, and a sentence summary of each book are given for ease in locating the book.

    Now for some real hands-on work! The activities commence with “Map Work,” where a map of the appropriate area is supplied, and the student identifies and marks pertinent areas, routes, and features. The geography section is normally followed by a coloring page, highlighting some aspect of the history lesson, or some other word activity. Finally, the chapter closes with a selection of projects to do to really “get into” the featured civilization or time period. These may be arts, crafts, writing, or science projects, or just fun supplemental activities. Most require only common household supplies and art supplies such as paints & paintbrushes, boxes, newspaper and waxed paper, self-drying clay, etc. Several projects are provided for each chapter, covering a wide range of activities. These could include anything from building your own hut to making your own cunieform tablets, mummifying a chicken, brick-making, baking an African or Greek feast, purple dye, an erupting volcano, an olympic wreath, a Native American sand painting, a Roman chariot, making paper, and LOTS more. When you’ve covered the chapter content as much as is desired, move on.

    While the breadth of activities and readings may seem overwhelming or time-consuming, keep in mind that not every suggested book needs to be read, and not every single project needs to be completed. (But Mom, can’t we embalm the chicken today?) Spend as much time in an era as suits the students, pacing yourself to cover everything that is of interest. The structure of the curriculum makes it especially easy and enjoyable to use with several children in this age range, although I’m sure the older kids would love to get into it too!

    Volume One was revised in 2006 and now features more illustrations, maps, several timelines and additional parent/teacher notes. The text is paperback, and the Curriculum Guide/Activity Book is a bound paperback. - Jess

  • Item #: 059416
    Retail: $8.99
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    Practice telling time and figuring elapsed time with this large magnet featuring two large (7 1/8” in diameter) write-on/wipe-off, punch-out clock faces. One clock face is green-faced and one yellow, each with a black center dot. This set comes with removable hands, start-stop markers in blue and magenta, and start and stop diamond shape “buttons.” The bottom of the magnet holds two yellow 15” time telling strips to help students view time linearly and solve elapsed time problems. Use with dry-erase or damp-wipe markers. ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 008120
    ISBN: 9781483826912
    Retail: $16.99
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    The Complete Book of Time & Money contains all of this type of instruction you'll need: Time to the Hour; Time to the Half-Hour; Time to the Quarter-Hour; Time to the Minute; Time Review; Coins (Pennies through half-dollars); Coins and Bills (dollar bills only); Money Review.

  • Item #: 067020
    Retail: $9.99
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     This student clock allows the student to practice converting analog time to digital time and back again. The built-in easel has four sets of numbers attached by spiral binding to the top. The 5.25” circular clock below has moveable arms and a clock face that shows not only the 1-12 hour designations but also five-minute increments (5, 10, 15, etc.) as well as 13-24 for a 24-hour clock reading. Chart is 8.5”x 9.25” when set up. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 005652
    ISBN: 9780971412996
    Retail: $17.95
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    Subtitled “From Elizabeth the First to the Forty-Niners,” this volume of Story of the World takes another good-sized bite out of world history. The forty-two chapters are told in a similar style to the first two volumes, with each chapter divided up into shorter readings of a couple pages each, just enough to grab most children’s attention and keep it until they begin to tire of history, and their minds begin to wander. And Susan Wise Bauer’s exciting and engaging way of putting the “story” back into history, chances are they may even be begging for more! Like the other volumes, she also does a terrific job of taking the typical “European” slant out of her telling of world history, while incorporating events and people from all over the world in her chronological presentation, giving children a much more “complete” picture than they would likely otherwise get. As with the other volumes, this book is not meant to cover everything in the time period, but to hit the high points and serve as a springboard to explore people, events, and eras more thoroughly as desired. Topics covered in Volume 3 include Japanese warlords, colonies in the “New World”, spread of slavery, the “Sun King” of France, English in India, imperialist China, revolutionary war, Captain Cook’s explorations, age of industrialism in Europe, Napoleon, French Revolution, Lewis & Clark, Mexican independence, Africa and colonialism, the Opium Wars, the Gold Rush, and much, much more.

    The text is available in a paperback or spiral-bound version. The activity book is a bound paperback.- Jess

  • Item #: 063125
    ISBN: 9780515159035
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  • Item #: 060925
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  • Item #: 042759
    Retail: $36.95
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    Our regular size Time Timer is an 8" square. Now you can get a smaller version of this handy visual for your students. The MOD size is a 3.5" white square (1.5" deep) with a black silicone removable cover (for protection and surface grip.) Simply turn the knob on the front to begin timing. Red appears on the face to show the time passed. It's great for your visual learners! You can choose whether for beep to sound when time is up. Set this for freewriting, independent reading time, your blueberry muffins, anything! 60 minutes. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 015193
    ISBN: 9780794541309
    Retail: $9.99
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  • Item #: 055864
    Retail: $9.99
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    Learn to tell time with this cooperative card game. Set includes a clock with movable hands, plus 2 decks of cards. The "Move the Clock" cards show increments of time digitally and written out, such as "0:45/forty-five minutes". The "Time" cards show different times that may appear on a clock, like "1:10/ten past one". The goal is to get the clock to match the time on the "Time" cards, by playing the "Move the Clock" cards and moving the clock's hands accordingly. Players work together to match the time without going past. A fun and educational way to practice time-telling! ~ Lisa
  • Item #: 026100
    ISBN: 9781427204455
    Retail: $14.95
    Rainbow Price: $10.75

    The classic children's story of Chester the loveable cricket is now available in this unabridged audio format, read delightfully by Tony Shalhoub. Listen to the heartwarming tale of adventure and friendship in the car, at home, or wherever you may be. Contained on two CDs, the story runs about 2.5 hours. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 037619
    ISBN: 9780545163279
    Retail: $11.99
    Rainbow Price: $8.95

    Covers telling time (both analog and digital from hourly to 5-minute increments), elapsed time, reading a schedule or calendar, adding coin and dollar values, making change, estimating prices, and more