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  • Robonika Leeds

    cute idea to help pre-k/kindergarteners learn how to tell time, and learn their classroom schedule

  • Erin Taylor

    Classroom idea

  • Christina Walton

    Classroom Decor Resources. Cute even for a home school or kids room to help them learn to tell time. I'm so going to do this!

  • Kaela Ross

    There is a lot to creating a math curriculum, however, i think that telling time is very important to learn in elementary school. Even though the common core standards do not require teaching time, I think it is a good idea to touch on it and make it something students can practice and see in the classroom.

  • Jen Audley

    Visual schedule helps students keep track of classroom routines and learn to tell time.

  • Debbie Garverick

    Daily Schedule + Telling Time!

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