Digital clocks are more and more common, but analog clocks can still be found everywhere. They are on clock towers, in airports and on wristwatches and last but not least there probably is one on the wall of your classroom.
So it's still important to teach telling time. Most children learn better when they can see, feel and touch. So let them make their own clock! They will have more fun and they will learn more quickly!
The 8-page document contains illustrated instructions and patterns for the hands and the numbers on the clock, as well as a template for positioning the numbers.