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  • Rebecca Greenwood

    Teaching time anchor chart. Connecting telling time to the quarter and half hour with fractions of a circle.

  • Kristen Ryan

    Teaching Time-anchor chart connecting telling time to the quarter and half hour with fractions of a circle - we put this up near the computer - we use it when discussing computer use time limits - seems to be working really well. We also found that having a half hour segment and a quarter hour segment nearby, that could be held against the clock, helped with the understanding of this concept.

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