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Children's LiteratureSimple text, accompanied by full-color photographs of everyday activities taking place in settings familiar to most children, work together to demonstrate the many ways of telling time in terms that are easily understood. For example, time can be measured in seconds, minutes and hours. These units of time can be shown on various types of clocks, both analog and digital. Time can also be measured in days, weeks, or months, and similarly counted out on calendars. And the best example of "calendar counting" is when a child is counting the days until a holiday or the ultimate celebration—a birthday! The sturdy hardcover book features a "words to know"/index, word count of the text, and a "reading intervention" level ranking. Perfect for any classroom or library shelf. 2004, Yellow Umbrella Books/Capstone Press, Ages 6 to 8.