Read and tell time
level: K, 1st, 2nd
use licence: $39.95
QUARTER PAST THE HOUR
TO THE HOUR
are subdivided into Learning Sessions (LSs).
- All Units of Telling
Time have six learning sessions (LSs).
has one interactive program and several follow-up printable
LS 1 - 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.
What time does
the clock show? Help Robbie earn a carrot by helping him choose
the correct time.
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.
4 - Tell the 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.
5 - Robbie's Day
lunch, dinner, playtime or homework time? Help Robbie
go through the day.
6 - Test
the online test. The test scores are saved in a progress
Time mini-course is designed to fit easily
in your student's daily routine.
are some recommendations that will assure successful learning:
- Lessons and
exercises are self-guiding and self -correcting.
- Students can
learn with Telling Time independently, with a minimal
supervision by a parent or a teacher.
- All LSs are
only 10-15 minutes long.
Version of Telling Time
version of Telling Time has a class management system
with student progress reporting for up to 30 students.
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