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What Time is It? A fun telling time review game using leftover plastic eggs

Telling time : Have kids match the analog time with the digital time.only need plastic Easter eggs & a permeant marker Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: 10 Ways to Use Plastic Eggs for Learning with Kids


What Time is it? This Time Matching Game is the perfect way to use leftover plastic Easter eggs. Kids match digital clock to actual clock

The favorite multiplication game in Room 210 continues to be Power Towers.  I made these back in September and they still get used ev...

Math Power Towers-answer math fact correctly and continue to stack cups. Reading Power towers-name words correctly and stack a cup. Much more fun than flash cards!

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Having students practice measuring time with multiple means of representation is a great way to solidify their ability to tell time.

Such a smart way to help kids see that there are 5 minutes between each number on the clock. Great telling time activity.

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!

Great idea!!!

Plastic Egg Word Families - for teaching rhyme and word beginnings/endings. They just spin one side of the egg for different words.

"What's the Time?" video. Fun way to introduce or review telling time.

TELLING TIME VIDEO~ What& the Time? introduces hour, half hour, quarter hour, and five minute increments.

"Stop the Clock" Telling Time Smartboard game (choose to the half hour, quarter hour, 5 minute, or minute)

"Stop the Clock" Telling Time Smartboard game (choose to the half hour, quarter hour, 5 minute, or minute). A great idea for centers time for Kindergarden.

Telling time by janelle

But I'd write "till" instead of "to". wonder if I could use some colored saran wrap on the actual classroom clock.