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  • Meredith Torrisi

    Classroom Ideas - Time and clocks

  • Shelly Sinner

    no more asking me what time lunch or gym happen!!!! Love this idea for visual schedule and teaching time post a clock for each period as well!

  • Amy Platt

    Telling Time-A great visual schedule for children. Telling time on an analog clock is becoming a more difficult skill to teach!

  • Jessica Rodriguez

    Daily Schedule with Analog Clocks. This would be so useful because kids dont know how to read clothes

  • Alanda Keele

    I might just have to add this to my classroom decor.

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