Teach Time – Lesson Ideas For Telling Time

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Telling time is one of those things that is so practical, it’s all around us.  Here are some ways to empower your students; try out these how-to teach time lesson ideas:

Make it personal:

Like I said, telling time is all around us!  So, use it to your advantage and make your teaching personal.  My students always get excited when they can use their personal lives in their work.  I feel like it makes the learning more relevant!  Here is an idea I really liked:

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from Concierage Services of Augusta)

Create references:

This is always helpful for students (and adults alike).  When your students are able to look around your classroom or on their desks and see classroom concepts reinforced, they will be more successful.  Try out these ideas:

 

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from Your Take On Education)
Reinforce time using colour coding.
Reinforce using colour coding (Taken from Second Grade Perks).

 

 

 

 

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from First Grade and Fabulous)
Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from Teachers Pay Teachers)
Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from Confessions of a Primary Teacher)

Create a more active type of learning:

Try to vary your lessons to include different types of strategies, which may appeal to different learners. Here are some activities:

A time matching game.
A matching game (Taken from The Elementary Math Maniac)
Students must seek each other out for this time telling activity.
Students must seek each other out (Taken from Teachers Pay Teachers).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!
(Taken from All That’s Good)
Use a hoola-hoop to create a big class clock.
Use a hoola-hoop to create a big class clock (Taken from One Extra Degree)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make use of resources:

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!

Set of 10 dry-erase clocks.
Set of 10 dry-erase clocks.
Magnetic elapsed time set.
Magnetic elapsed time set.

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!

Discover ways to empower your students and get how-to teach time lesson ideas. Get resources, tips and more for primary grades!

Use books:

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Fun times ahead!

 

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