Resources on how to read the clock and learn the days of the week, the months and the years
Trim size in cm: 29,7x21
Pages: 162 (book) +watch (to crop and compose) + 3 small time boxes (to crop and compose) + the “week table” + the “month table” + the “year table“
Publication date: 01/05/2011
Suitable for: Nursery 2nd Level (ages 4-5), Primary 1st level (ages 6-7), Primary 2nd level (ages 8-10)
Specifically designed for children with learning and language disabilities or with autistic spectrum disorders, the book can also be used with all those children who simply have a hard time understanding abstract thinking.
The volume presents a wide variety of resources designed to facilitate the acquisition of the concept of time and time measurement (days, weeks, months, and years) and offers suggestions on how to teach children to read the clock.
In particular, the book employs four tools: a personalized weekly plan allows children to highlight the appointments for each day marking them with colored stickers.; the yearly plan shows the succession of days, weeks and months and helps children correctly mark holidays and other celebrations: the time boxes are a place in which the traces of the days, months and years can be collected; finally, there is a toy clock with its different components.
Manual: Introduction; Before or after; It’s early/It’s late; Time’s words; My regular day; The life-story; The week; Months and year; Seasons; The clock and the passing time; Time boxes (week, month, year)
The weekly plan
The plan of months and the annual plan