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What Time is it, Madame Sardine?

Bettina Dupin

Series 2, Book 5 Title of the PublicationWhat Time is it, Madame Sardine?Description Creating your daily schedule without knowing the hours is easy with the help of Madame Sardine! She arrives at the right time.
Indeed, to manage one's schedule is to participate in the time that passes.
The book makes it possible to learn the sequencing of time and to inform about what happens in this time lab with the "bubblehours".
Ms. Sardine can't wait (she's impatient) to share her story!Extract Madame Sardine is the mechanical movements pickle.
She is a great specialist in the world of watchmaking. When she starts her day, she is distraught: her 3 hands ("Hermine" for the hours, "Mille-pattes" for the minutes and "Suricate" for the seconds) have all disappeared. The three hands of the clock are the essential cogs in the mechanics of time. Their absence is much more serious than a grain of sand in the cogs of the gear; it means that Madame Sardine's clock stops dead.
h4>Bettina Dupin is the mother of a "different" child: "I quickly discovered there was a lack of tools that I could use to teach my son". So I developed a turnkey learning method: Le Classe-croûte. The collection includes 150 books: with funny characters for each story, a colour code adapted to dyslexia and LSF (French Sign Language) conceptsThe Classe-croûte provides access to the fundamental lessons in primary school (language, maths and social skills across 4 levels: beginner, expert, certified and pre-professional). Each concept is the subject of a dedicated publication, containing a story and educational tools for cutting out and "playing to learn".

Book Details

  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publish Date: Jul 28th, 2021
  • Pages: 90
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 11.00in - 8.50in - 0.23in - 0.68lb
  • EAN: 9798545163663
  • Categories: Schools - Levels - Early Childhood (Incl. Preschool & Kinder
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