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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.

Time to learn! As a wonderful, affordable time-telling activity, make a Watch and Learn or several. The more of these toilet paper roll crafts that you make, the more clock hand positions that you will start to recognize. You'll love wearing a watch!

Time: This blog is wonderful and full of ideas!  She is a homeschool teacher that focuses on pre-K but for reviewing the basics she's got some keepers!

Teaching kids to tell time on a NON-digital clock! I am surprised by the high school millennial kids who need this!

Each child wears a label with a math fact.  All day they have to call him Mr. 32 (or whatever the answer is to the math fact) when they talk to him.

Would do this with double facts and other addition facts- Everyone wears "multiplication name tags" throughout the day. You always call each other by their "name". This is Mr. do this with addition/subtraction facts or even sight words! I LOVE THIS IDEA!

Don't Get Zapped! This game was made for first graders, but could oh so easily be adapted for older students with multiplication, division, decimals and more.

Great game that can be adapted for multiplication, division, and even subtraction.Don't get zapped addition game for extra time or time filler

Writing number sentences using water bottle caps. Must save water bottle caps.

Start saving those water bottle lids: Math Facts Race, a great, engaging math activity that can be changed to accommodate lower to higher math learners. AND, you can fit it to engage middle and high school students.

Mrs. Bremer's Kindergarten: Hot Ideas

build a clock for teaching time. my new twist on this would be to add the hands in color (just like on the Judy clock) with the hours written in one color and then in smaller numbers up top the minutes counted off by in the other color.

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Number Sense Craftivity - Students trace their hands, cut out & glue down onto paper, except for the fingers! Kids will love this because they will be using their paper fingers to count.

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Awesome for teaching children how to tell time. I would use this as a whole class activity, and each child would get their own. --Teaching Special Thinkers: Telling Time is EASY PEASY Love this idea for teaching time with manipulatives!