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  • Katelaine McGee

    Cute idea and a cute blog for teaching ideas

  • Angela Richardson

    classroom ideas: analog clocks

  • Sami Truman

    love how the clocks are labeled....great for teaching time

  • Maggie Coyne

    cute idea!!!! clock schedule

  • Jennifer Lynch

    meant for telling time, but I like it as a visual schedule component. Put the cardboard clocks with schedule directly under a real clock to help children tell time and visually identify the times for each activity.

  • Jessica Wayda

    Great idea for classroom decorations or a bulletin board. Reinforce telling time on an analog clock!

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Set up a Telling Time center in your home to learn throughout the day for learning how to tell time. Include a digital clock, a face clock with time in 5 minute increments, and practice teaching clocks.

Telling Time Activity-children have wrist band watches with different times on and have to get themselves in order, from earliest to latest time.

Here's a booklet where students estimate the time of day they engage in different activities. Then they draw hands on a clock face to match the digital time.

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