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    love this idea! Have each child make one of these. Give each child a sheet with everyone's name on it. They walk around and ask their peers, "What time is it?". Without "telling", they simply show their watch. Times are recorded on the record sheet. When each child has "asked" everyone, meet back and check.

    Mr. First Grade used hoola hoops for Racing Around the Clock

    Sun Clock

    Laminate and have students use dry erase marker to write time on digital and analog clocks. Hold up for quick check. FREE!

    I love this! It could even be used as a group elapsed time activity! All you need is a hula hoop and some white paper.

    Telling Time The students will become actively engaged in learning by using hula hoops as the analog clock and moving the minute and hour hand to create different times. 1.MD.3 Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.

    FREE "It's About Time!" teaching tool!

    fun way for your kids to learn how to tell time.

    With a magnetic dry erase board, 4 storage tubs, book ledge, shelf and chart hooks, this teaching easel has everything you need to present engaging lessons without distractions.#VE550

    Clock Puzzles

    Genius! Students make a clock with a hula hoop! The numbers are attached to the hoop and students use their arms as the hands. So kinesthetic! Love it!

    My practicum student brought this activity in as a station during math game day and my students LOVED it. It also greatly improved their comprehension of "half past" an hour telling time.

    Hip Hop Around the Clock #math

    hands on math lessons

    seating and storage - how to make them

    I spy ( telling time)

    Times Table pockets

    Great idea for open house! Great for the counsellors to do for board

    rhyming words chart (get the kids involved or use for a bulletin board)

    How easy and quick to make this math station? - ThingLink