Elementary teacher looking for new math games and math centers to help teach elapsed time? This blog post details how to start with telling time lesson plans and free telling time activites and telling time games. She then goes into detail about elapsed time activites and gives lots of FREE resources!
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Teaching kids to tell time past the hour can be challenging but it doesn’t have to be a struggle for you or your students. These classroom-tested tips and FREE telling time activities and for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students make learning to tell time more concrete and fun. Hands-on telling time teaching ideas and games for teachers of first, second and third graders.
Forget Reindeer Games, it’s an OREO Reindeer Party! It only takes 15 minutes to pair our yummy cookies with crunchy pretzels for an easy treat friends & family will love. Make these adorable holiday cookies in a few easy steps: Twist OREOS open, dip pretzel antlers in white baking chocolate and candy wafers, press the two halves together and then cover with sweet baking chocolate and cute decorations.
It's no surprise that Rummikub is so popular - it has all the elements that make a great game: it's easy to learn and fast moving, it's different every time it's played, it combines luck and strategy, and it changes quickly so every player has a chance to win until the very end. Players take turns placing numbered tiles in runs (consecutive numbers of the same color) and groups (three or more of the same number in different colors), rummy style. It's easy to learn, but packed with strategy - the
This summer, teach your kids how to play Crazy 8's! Crazy 8's is a family card game favorite at our house, and kids as young as 4 can easily join in on the fun if they understand the concept of the card's suit (which you explain using the pictures of diamonds, hearts, clubs, and spades) and how to match numbers (ranks). #Crazy8s #CardGamesForKids #FunThingsToDo #SummerActivities
Rush Hour Game This fun activity turns practicing telling time into a race to see who can get to the next hour faster. But be careful, in this game, time can go backwards. Your child will have a blast practicing time-telling in this fast-paced game! What you need: 2 play clocks with hands that can be moved …