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• hands on math lessons

• Telling time - 2 paper plates glued together. Cut 12 flaps around the edge. Write equivalent minutes underneath. Could attach movable hands. Good idea!

• Make a "Peek a Boo" clock with your child to help practice time skills. Instead of including the minute numbers behind the flaps, as shown in this primary version, include the words for telling time, a skill that is more challenging for 4th grade students. "Half past," "Ten of," "Quarter after," "Quarter of," "Ten after," etc.

• Telling time. This website has TONS of math ideas for the classroom

• Teaching time. Create and use "peek-a-boo" clocks for a time unit. These are clocks made from two paper plates. The top plate has the clock face with numbers written in red. These numbers are cut so that they lift to show the minute numbers (written on the bottom plate) in blue. The hands of the clock are bobby pins (one small and one large) spray painted red (hour hand) to match the numbers on the clock face and blue (minute hand) to match the numbers underneath the flap. These clocks are g...

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A fun way to teach hour and minutes on a clock.

I can't tell you how cute this is! They have such a hard time with the long/short hand! This is a must do

Great way to teach digital and analog clocks!!

Maybe this along with our daily schedule will help them stop asking "Is it time for lunch?" and " Is it time to go home?"

Un'idea intelligente per insegnare le ore ai bambini! #sviluppocognitivo #Feuerstein #insegnanti

Pinterest Inspired: I saw this idea and HAD TO HAVE one...so I pulled out my Cricut & this is what I came up with.

Having students make these clocks is sure to foster understanding with telling time!

Here's an activity where students roll dice, one for the hour and one for the minute, and then record and draw the time.

To make this game, you'll need to print out two game boards and then write the 12 different times two times each on the foam shapes or your own cards (so you'll have 2 sets of 12 times for a total of 24 digital times) AND you need to write "Time is Up!" on 5 shapes/cards. Students work in pairs to play and one partner pulls out a digital time and places it on the matching clock on their board.

Free foldable clock template