Telling Time Detailed Description


The Telling Time Course (TTC) consists of four interactive units.











  • Each Unit is conveniently subdivided into 15-minute Learning Sessions (LS), with 6 learning sessions to introduce, reinforce and review the contents of the unit. 
  • Each Learning Session is made up of an interactive game plus a worksheet to help students organize and pace their learning, and also allows parents and teacher to keep track and evaluate their progress.



Interactive Game



The Clock Tower

This is an introductory lesson where students learn to read time on the clock tower. A friendly character, Robbie the Rabbit, is guiding students through the lesson in a step-by-step fashion.

Circle the clock that shows the correct time.


Read the Clock

What time does the clock show? Help Robbie earn a carrot by helping him choose the correct time.

Circle the time that the clock shows.


Set the Clock

Read the time on the digital clock then set the correct time on the clock tower. Do it right and Robbie will earn a carrot.

Draw hands on the clock to show the correct time.


Tell the Time

Read time on the clock tower, then enter the correct time in the digital clock box. And, yes Robbie will earn a carrot every time you give a correct answer.

Read the clock, then write the correct time.


Robbie's Day

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, playtime or homework time? Help Robbie go through the day.

Read the clock, then enter the time.



Take the online test. The test scores are saved in a progress report.


At the completion of the course, the student should demonstrate the ability and confidence to understand the concept of time units as well as to tell the time and read the clock.

The following are some recommendations that will assure successful learning:

  • Continuity is important.  The course is designed to be self-pacing, so you may be working on one lesson session for several days or complete two lesson sessions in one day. Regardless of the progress, it is critical is to work continuously and regularly in order to develop good learning habits that will stay with them throughout their education.
  • Be flexible. It is recommended that a student should work on the course for 15-30 minutes a day.  However, there is a lot of flexibility in how you can use that time. You can choose to just do the interactive game during one session, and tackle the worksheets the next day, or combine both activities in each session until the designated lesson session is completed.
  • Do not skip worksheets! All lesson sessions consists of an interactive program and a printable worksheet. It is very important to complement the interactive programs with the worksheets. They have been designed as a valuable learning reinforcement to further help students improve their reading and writing skills.
  • Complete the assessments. At the end of each unit there a test is provided to evaluate the learning progress of the student. This test encapsulates the core objectives of and content introduced for the unit. The test results are saved in a Student Report, and are invaluable tools for measuring and monitoring their learning history.

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