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  • Athena Costopoulos

    Classroom Ideas - Time and clocks

  • Alicia Hahn

    Keeping Up with the Kindergartners: Classroom Environment - I see this everywhere on Pinterest. Here is the original site. Lots of kids have personal agendas that they consult but we need to break them out of their bubbles and help them focus on a larger world.

  • Melissa Best

    Teaches time, Keeps the kids alert, and Keeps me accountable, too!

  • Katie Bales

    super cute classroom decor

  • Alyssa DeCicco

    Must use this...Too many kids ask about what the clock will look like when it's lunch time. I usually just tell them to learn how to tell time. This seems more effective.

Classroom Environment, Classroom Decor, Telling Time, Schools Ideas, Clock, Teaching Time, Classroom Management, Classroom Ideas, Kid

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