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    • Jessica G.C.

      Cute idea and a cute blog for teaching ideas

    • Siobhan O' Brien

      classroom ideas - clocks for important times during the day

    • Mallory Spry

      What a cute idea for teaching time!

    • Jennifer Lynch

      meant for telling time, but I like it as a visual schedule component. Put the cardboard clocks with schedule directly under a real clock to help children tell time and visually identify the times for each activity.

    • Jessica Wayda

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

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