Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock...children will know what sound a clock makes but telling the time can be tricky to grasp. With this magnetic teaching clock however, learning how to tell the time is far easier for both children and their parents or teacher. The clock teaches both 12 and 24 hour format and comes with a range of activity pieces which children can place on the chart to help them associate certain times with activities in a typical day. It has rotating hands so its interactive and lets children move the time and learn as they go. The pack comes complete with 46 magnetic numbers and descriptions so that children can write out the corresponding time. They can count minutes and learn descriptions such as o clock, quarter past, quarter to and half past. There is an activity board on the reverse to help children practice telling the time over and over using the dry wipe pen thats included in the pack. This magnetic Tell The Time pack is fun and engaging, encouraging children to learn whether at home or in the classroom.
What they said:
Cheshire SEN Tutor:
- Bright, Bold and Fun! Its bright colours make it an appealing learning resource for kids.
- Analogue and Digital Clocks -We loved that this resource teaches both analogue and digital.
- Incorporates Childs Routine - Children can link it to their own routine and times (and even write/draw their own activities!)- giving them more ownership with the task. This also helps children who find routines and structure important.
-Extends Learning - We loved that on the the reverse side are empty clocks for a child to draw the hands on and practise writing the time. A great way to further develop a childs understanding of telling the time.
Age: 4+ (18 x 25.5 cm, Pieces: 58)
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