Click the PREVIEW to see a sample of the mitten time cards.
The snowman clock matching game
, can be used for an independent math center
,where students match the analog and digital clocks with the appropriate hatband, arranging them on the snowman.
You could also use the snowman and his puzzle pieces, as an interesting and fun way to individually assess
a child, or . . .
Make a snowman clock as a whole-group craftivity
, and have students each make one of their own.
To use the snowman as a whole-group assessment tool
, run the blank clocks off on glossy photo paper and trim.
Students glue it to their snowman to create a mini dry erase board
Do the same thing for the digital time square.
Call out a time.
Using a dry erase marker, children draw the hands to show that time, then write it digitally in the rectangle.
You can see at a glance who is having difficulty.
To use the snowman as a clock
, print off the blank clock pattern and trim.
Students glue it to their snowman and poke a hole in the center. Attach card stock "hands", or use a large and small paperclip, attached with a brass brad, that children manipulate to show whatever time is called for.
I’ve also included a set of mitten-themed telling time cards
, which you can also use in a variety of ways: flashcards, games, a bulletin board
display or snip in half to make puzzles
The cards reinforce digital
, as well as analog
time to the hour and half hour
The packet also includes: two assessment templates
, a blank set of cards to program with whatever, as well as a black and white clock page, with a cover, so that your kiddos can make an “Itty Bitty” Telling Time booklet
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your kiddos enjoy practicing time-telling skills, with a frosty friend.
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