Teach your student how to tell time with this color wheel clock. Many students confuse the hour hand when it gets close to the next hour. For example: 5:45 – Often times the student wants to say 6:45 because the hour hand is closer to 6:00. This clock clarifies the confusion by using color coding. Anytime the hour hand is within the hour the color coincides with that hour. So at 5:45 the hour hand would still be in the tan section, the child would see the number 5 is tan. This make learning to tell time so simple that even the struggling student can catch on.
Key Words: Telling Time, Clock, Special Education, RTI, Intervention, Practice, Review, Standardized Test Practice, Common Core Standards, TEKS
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