Learning to tell time is easier now than ever before! Telling Time with the Judy Clock(R) for kindergartners is designed to be used with the Judy Clock(R) for hands-on learning fun! The reproducible activities and games in this book, along with this classic time tool , will help students build the skills necessary for measuring time in the real world. Students will learn the concepts of morning and nights, less and more time, and hour hand and minute hand. While completing the activities in the book, students will use the clock to learn the parts of a clock, the attributes of a clock, and use vocabulary related to time!
Learning to tell time is easier now than ever before! Telling Time with the Judy Clock(R) for grade 1 is designed to be used with the Judy Clock(R) for hands-on learning fun! The reproducible activities and games in this book, along with this classic time tool , will help students build the skills necessary for measuring time in the real world. Students will learn the calendar concepts, such as days, weeks and months, plus learn to tell time by the hour and half hour. While completing the activities in the book, students will use the clock to learn the parts of a clock, the attributes of a clock, and use vocabulary related to time!
Strengthen time-telling skills with hands-on activities, practice pages, and easy-to-play games. Students will learn to identify time at hour/half-hour intervals, understand specific time vocabulary, comprehend digital/analog time relationships, determine five-minute and quarter-hour segments on analog clocks, and figure out elapsed time. Includes teaching suggestions, a pretest/posttest, Web site lists, and a letter to parents with literature connections and fun activities children can do at home. Supports NCTM standards.
Telling time on the hour, half hour, and quarter hour intervalsTelling time in 10-minute and 5-minute intervalsDifferentiating between a.m. and p.m.
Is it time to teach time? This creative and sequential book offers loads of practice to help students learn to tell time. In this book students learn key vocabulary words, relate their own activities to specific times of the day, and understand the differences between seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, and more!
This fun and easy-to-use book is designed for students who are not yet able to tell time. Concepts include: how to read a clock, daytime, nighttime, spring, summer, winter, fall, and beginning calendar skills. To help motor skills, coloring and tracing activities are included on every delightful page!
Now that math is in the spotlight, primary teachers are asking for concrete ways to introduce challenging math concepts. This NEW series of 12 books has it all: Hands-on activities guaranteed to motivate students Easy-to-use manipulatives to promote active learning. Clearly stated learning objectives that relate to math standards. Step-by-step directions that can be followed by teachers, classroom aides, or parent volunteers. Skills record sheets for assessing the progress of each student.
Some of a child's first experience with math is related to time. From time of day to reading calendars, time concepts are part of daily life. Children will love this colorful and easy-to-understand introduction to the concepts of time. Amazing full-color images and useful, instructional text guides ensures readers understand the material.
Time orders our lives and helps us function within a daily schedule. The concept of time is often difficult for children to understand because it is very abstract. As children develop daily routines and experience the world around them, the concept of time becomes more ingrained in their everyday lives. This book is designed to help your child develop an awareness of time. It provides activities that focus on telling time, time word problems, and time vocabulary.Whether students need extra practice with grade-level skills or a head start on next year, Stick Kids Workbooks offer engaging activities, games, and puzzles that help make learning lots of fun. Each 56-page book features full-color activities, a list of the skills, and an explanation of why those skills are important for development. Also included are helpful tips, an answer key, a handy tracking sheet, and appearances by the lovable Stick Kids!
This workbook provides a variety of fun activities designed to help children understand the concept of time. Emphasis is placed on identifying the position of numerals and hands on a clock face, telling time to the minute, arranging times in sequence, and calculating times before and after given times. The pages are presented in order of difficulty, but may be used in any order which best meets a child's needs. Parents who wish their children to have practice in learning to tell time will find the book as helpful as classroom teachers will find it. The exercises are presented so that a child can work with a minimum of supervision. Additional suggestions for using this book are included on the inside back cover. Answers are included.
Help children measure and tell time by the sun, the clock and the calendar; and learn why there are 24 hours in a day, 7 days in a week and 365 days in a year. Here's a cross-curriculum approach to time with learning activities that bring together history, science, language arts and math. A comprehensive look at time from the ancient civilizations who first tried to understand, arrange and measure it - to modern society where we organize our lives around the clock!
Doc Clock needs students’ help filling in missing numbers on clocks, putting clock hands in the right places, determining the time down to the minute, and more. The whimsical characters will entertain and motivate your students to keep learning. The exercises are also designed so children can work with a minimum of supervision in a classroom or at home.
This book allows students to be introduced to mathematical concepts related to time. It adopts a structured and systematic approach which allow plenty of consolidation of the skills being covered. Important concepts introduced in the book include: Time and the hour and half hour, the passing of time, timing activities, time problems related to days, weeks and months, calendar activities and digital time.
Practice with basic time and money concepts, as well as the more complex concepts such as comparing values. The variety of formats presented encourages students to think about time and money in real-life situations including reading a schedule, counting change, and solving coin riddles. Supports NCTM standards.
This resource book features reproducible instant books focusing on fundamental concepts of time and money to help children improve their understanding of basic concepts, such as days of the week, months of the year, reading clocks, and recognizing coins and their values.
Colorful, time-saving, and a snap to set up and store, these fun and engaging file-folder games encourage independent learning. Just glue the brightly-colored game boards inside file folders, and students will have everything they need to play games that help them learn and practice early time and money skills. Topics include units of time (time of day, days, months); telling time (to the hour, half-hour, quarter-hour), adding time in increments; matching coins to values; adding money; sorting coin combinations; and much more. Perfect for learning centers!