Activities for Daily Living! Teaching Time Freebies
[Source: Tunstall’s Teaching Tidbits]
This week we have been discovering the clock in our room. Our standards say to represent and tell time. What better way to represent time than to make our own clocks in every way we can! In small group today we worked on this concept up close and personal!
Rather than just telling the time, we are working to understand and represent clocks.
In groups, students were given the parts of a clock and had to create a model.
In our journals, students independently created their own little clock and showed analog and digital time to the hour.
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