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Elementary Math: Telling Time, Money, & Place Value
In this course, students will learn about money, place values, and telling time.
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$12 per class
Meets 3x per week
Over 1 week
45 minutes per class
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In this course, students will learn about telling time (digital and analog), money (coins and bills in US currency), and place value (ones, tens, hundreds, thousands). Class #1: telling time - this week students will learn and practice telling time, both digital and analog. We will practice reading clocks, matching times to clock pictures, and time vocab (such as noon, morning, evening, half past...). Book List: The Clock Struck One By: Trudy Harris Illustrated by: Carrie Hartman Telling...
Students will be able to tell time. Students will be able to handle money. Students will be able to read large numbers.
3+ years as an elementary teaching assistant and substitute teacher.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will be asked to access Nearpod, Kahoot!, and YouTube in order to fully experience this course. They may require assistance in accessing these sources for the first time. An account may be required. A codes will be needed for both Nearpod and Kahoot, along with the creation of a "nickname". Nothing will be require to access videos on Canva. Most YouTube videos will be under the "kids" section of YouTube however some are not and will require an adult account to avoid the videos being blocked. Youtube and Canva videos, and Nearpod will be used via screen share. The google slides presentation will be a simple link to follow and download.
YouTube, Kahoot!, Google Slides, Nearpod, Canva
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
43 total reviews
131 completed classes
Hi all! I am a Grand Canyon University graduate with a Bachelor's Degree in Educational Studies (with a focus on elementary and special education) and I'm currently earning Master's in education. During my education, I have completed hours of...