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    • Lindy Burnett

      Classroom Decor and time teaches time- Awesome!

    • Olivia Xanadu

      help kids learn how to tell the time: Creative Classroom Ideas... bought clocks at Mighty Dollar to try this year

    • Julie Jeppson

      Visual schedule helps kids keep track of the days' schedule and learn to tell time.

    • Louise Cummins

      Bulletin Board Ideas! A great way to teach kids how to tell time, and a great help at bedtime/dinner time etc!

    • Emily Lauren

      cute idea for teaching kids to tell time

    • Jessica Wayda

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

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