Help Children Learn to Tell Time

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I had a really great day of learning how to implement history within Montessori. The short story: for the 3 to 6 year old children, history is about the passage of time (e.g. seasons) and the duration of time (e.g. 5 minutes). Also, children at this age still need concrete, hands on ways to learn and to develop their brains. A longer post on philosophy and more specific lessons is coming but I wanted to share a few items that came highly recommended to me on teaching preschoolers and kindergarteners how to tell time. Enjoy! Marnie

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time

 Help Children Learn to Tell Time Help Children Learn to Tell Time


Comments

  1. I’m so glad I found this post through “Say It Two Ways Thursdays.” I’ve just been looking for some good resources for telling time in preschool. So far I’ve found a self correcting puzzle and I was planning to order “Telling Time with Big Mama Cat.” I will definitely be checking out your recommendations. Thank you!

  2. Great resources!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!
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  3. These are impressive tools. At 3 years old, it’s cool for a kid to know how to tell the time. Today, it is commendable that at young age one learns something new every now and then for when he is old he will never depart from it. It’s a verse I remember from the Bible.
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