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Fabulous idea for teaching how to read a clock...made this for a kid I tutored who was having trouble with time...and after practicing with this, he nailed his test!

This tool is a handy arts project for students to keep at their desks. It is easy to make and effectively illustrates the relationship between minutes and hours. Since students can carry it around with them, it is an excellent tool for reinforcing number sense skills.

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Math Ideas for 1st Grade

Telling Time Math

Kid World Citizenfrom Kid World Citizen

"My Place in the World:" Kids Geography Project

Neighborhood, community, size, geography, etc

the Kent chroniclesfrom the Kent chronicles

Lego Math Worksheets

Lego Math... are you kidding me??? fabulous!!

JACKPOT!!!! Barnes and Noble has an online storytime. Stories read by authors and celebrities which can be played right on the computer and are FREE .

The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes. great for teaching that mistakes are ok...and how to learn from mistakes. So great for setting up a positive learning environment. Good for beginning of year

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Visual Schedules Part 2: Pill Box & Reward Tool

Visual Schedules on a pill box - when the kid completes a task they can open the pill compartment for a small reinforcer! This would be such a great way to reinforce kids who have a hard time completing anything! Wow!

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.