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Dino Fishing: Telling Time to the Hour
Students will practice reading clocks with Dino Fishing: Telling Time to the Hour! In this first grade game, students will have to read different times and see if it matches the prompt before they start reeling in the fish.
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Get ready to practice reading clocks with Dino Fishing: Telling Time to the Hour! In this first grade game, students will have to read different times and see if it matches the prompt before they start reeling in the fish. This educator-created math exercise is tailored to support children in learning how to tell time to the hour. "Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks." First-grade students should be able to read both an analog and digital clock within...
Students should be able to read both an analog and digital clock within the hour and half-hour.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please be informed that I will use education.com as a resource. I intend to share the screen. If there is extra time I will provide student code so the student can play the game by themselves. STEP 1 Go to education.com/games/play STEP 2 Choose "Sign in" at the login screen. STEP 3 Choose "Use access code." STEP 4 Enter your six-digit Student Code: (I will send the student code in outschool private messages.
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Hello! I am teacher Nen, I am excited to teach at Outschool. I have an engineering degree. My passion is MATH and family. I am experienced in tutoring students from K-8. I also have experience in classroom settings and Montessori. I enjoy teaching...