How the brain perceives time
To perceive time, the brain relies on internal clocks that precisely orchestrate movement, sensing, memories and learning.
Teaching Time Freebies! (Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits)
Teaching Time Freebies!, an education post from the blog Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits, written by reagan tunstall on Bloglovin’
Telling Time Song for Kindergarten and First Grade
We are working on telling time in first grade and I wanted to share this cute song in case anyone else is teaching time right now. This is another one of those songs that I have known forever but that I don’t know the origins of- if it’s yours let me know! We’ve been singing […]
Ideas for Helping Kids With Daily Routines - Messymom
“Routines involve repetition. Repetition involves predictability. Predictability involves stability. Stability involves security. Kids crave routines because routines make kids feel safe and secure.” – Maci Elkins When I was a new mom I read “Baby Wise” which is a book about getting your little bundle on a schedule from the beginning. I quickly learned that …
CRAYON BOX | Teaching Your Child to Read an Analog Clock: What’s Good to Know
Every child has their own relationship with time and clocks. A boy who’s doing great throughout elementary school can make simple but funny mistakes trying to tell time on an analog clock.
E is for Explore!
Original hands-on activities for kids (as well as a compiled archive of ideas from all over the web) with a strong focus on art integration + creative thinking for teachers and homeschoolers
‘Tell the time’ clock // free printable
My boys are learning to tell the time at the moment. I tried to find a printable 'learning clock' online, but struggled to find a decent one, so it seemed like a good idea to make my own. There are two different versions.