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TEACHING TIME: 2 paper plates glued together. Cut 12 flaps around the edge. Write equivalent minutes underneath. Could attach movable hands. Good idea!
Teaching time. Create and use "peek-a-boo" clocks for a time unit. These are clocks made from two paper plates. The top plate has the clock face with numbers written in red. These numbers are cut so that they lift to show the minute numbers (written on the bottom plate) in blue. The hands of the clock are bobby pins (one small and one large) spray painted red (hour hand) to match the numbers on the clock face and blue (minute hand) to match the numbers underneath the flap. These clocks are g...
I have been looking for a great way to help my son catch on to telling time on an analog clock (dang the digital age) --- Glue 2 paper plates together. Cut 12 flaps around the edge. Write equivalent minutes underneath. Could attach movable hands. Good idea!
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A fun way to teach hour and minutes on a clock.
I can't tell you how cute this is! They have such a hard time with the long/short hand! This is a must do
Great way to teach digital and analog clocks!!
Telling time. Hour hand info is especially helpful for kids.
Here's a nice handout for practicing telling time.
I like how big and bold these times are shown. For a sub, this would be really easy to see when to get the kids ready for leaving the room.
Pinterest Inspired: I saw this idea and HAD TO HAVE one...so I pulled out my Cricut & this is what I came up with.
telling time to the hour: digital and analogue matching
Love this clock idea! The hour hand leaf is little and the minute hand is longer, good reference and something you already have in your classroom and use daily.
Having students make these clocks is sure to foster understanding with telling time!
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