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

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    • Melissa Parris

      Human Clock! 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.

    • Missy Trippe

      I am going to adapt this to 4th grade math an have students label the degrees. Then they can make different angles. Great way to get kids moving in math!

    • Courtney Norman

      This would be great for kinesthctic learners, it would really help them to make connections about telling time! Love it! Students make a clock with a hula hoop! The numbers are attached to the hoop and students use their arms as the hands. :)

    • Anne Davidson

      A creative way to get kids moving while learning to tell time. Students make a clock with a hula hoop!

    • Janell Hollis

      Hools Hoop Clock Velcro was placed on the hoola hoop and on the numbers so that the clock can be constructed by students. The students enjoyed using their own hands to show the time on the clock.

    • Megan Cochran

      Hula hoop clock. This is a goo hands on activity to help students with telling time. I would use it to help the students model telling time.

    • Krissi Gashaw

      Hoola Hoop Clock for telling time. Love it! We were just talking about hula hoops in class today :)

    • Jaimie Nielsen

      Teaching Time. Hoola Hoop clock. Students use arms as the clock hands.

    • Christi Reynolds

      Hula Hoop Clock. Students use arms to practice telling time!

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