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Telling Time


  • Read and tell time
  • Set the clock
  • Self-correcting
  • Self-guiding
  • Accompanying printable worksheets
  • End-of-the-Unit tests
  • Complete auditory support
  • Student Progress Reports

Grade level: K, 1st, 2nd

Home use licence:$14.95

School use licence: $39.95


    What is in Telling Time?

    Telling Time consists of four instructional Units:


Unit 1 HOURS Try it!






Units are subdivided into Learning Sessions (LSs).

  • All Units of Telling Time have six learning sessions (LSs).
  • An LS has one interactive program and several follow-up printable worksheets.


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.

LS 2 - Read the Clock

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

LS 3 - 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.

LS 4 - 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.

LS 5 - Robbie's Day

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

LS 6 - Test

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

How to Use Telling Time


Telling Time mini-course is designed to fit easily in your student's daily routine.
  • 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.

The following are some recommendations that will assure successful learning:
  • Continuity is important.You may work on one LS for several days or do two LSs in one day. The only important thing is to work continuously and regularly, be it every day or a couple of times a week.
  • Be flexible. It is recommended that a student works on one LS 15-30 minutes a day. There is a lot of flexibility in how you can use that time. You can do only the interactive program during one session, and then do the worksheets the next day. Or you can do a little bit of both for 2-3 days until the LS is finished.
  • Do not skip worksheets! One LS consists of one interactive program and one printable worksheets. It is very important that interactive programs are followed by worksheets. Doing worksheets after the interactive program is a very valuable reinforcement. It also helps students improve their reading and writing skills.
  • Do the tests. At the end of each unit there is a test. This test summarizes what students have learned and measures their progress. The test results are saved in a Student Report.


School Version of Telling Time


School version of Telling Time has a class management system with student progress reporting for up to 30 students.


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