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Review: Kumon My Easy Book of Telling Time

 We have used many Kumon workbooks and this one didn’t disappoint either. Kumon My Easy Book of Telling Time is an easy way to teach and learn hour and half hour. What I love about Kumon books is that they start off easy and gradually get harder. Our daughter learned hours last year in her Timberdoodle kindergarten curriculum so she can easily look at those problem and know what the answer is. 

Learning half hours is a little harder for her but with the Kumon book she is able to learn at her pace. Since I have 2 kids we put a sheet protector over the pages and use expo markers on it. That way we can reuse the book as many times as we need. 

I also like to use the books as pop quizzes. Randomly during the week I pick a lesson and she does them. Now she doesn’t actually know I’m quizzing her. She thinks it’s just fun worksheets. So a plus plus for us, I can see her progress and she has fun with Kumon. 

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