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Telling Time: A Classroom Series
In this six week online course, students will master how to tell time on an analog clock. Everything from the parts of a clock to telling time to the minute. Optional worksheets will be provided after each class.
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Kindergarten-2nd US Grade Level
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Meets 1x per week
Over 6 weeks
20 minutes per class
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In this online classroom series, students will master telling time on an analog clock. This is a skill that is taught in Kindergarten through second grade and expected to be mastered prior to moving into third grade. Like the sequence in the classroom, we will move through the basics and increase in skills as we progress through the six weeks. Below you can find the six week outline. Class Outline: Week 1 - About an Analog Clock Week 2 - Telling Time (One Hour) Week 3 - Telling Time (Half...
Students will master telling time on an analog clock. We will learn about the parts of a clock, and telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter, five minutes, and one minute.
I am a certified elementary school teacher (PreK-4) and have over 5 years of teaching experience. My most recent classroom job was in second grade. Telling time is a required standard and I found that students needed a lot of support when teaching these skills. Because of that, I made this class to help students in other areas strengthen their telling time skills.
No official homework is assigned at this age. I will provide a review worksheet each week after class is over. This worksheet is optional and will be sent as a PDF. In order to complete it, you will need to have access to a printer. I recommend completing this page midweek in order to review the lesson and prepare for the following week.
These supplies are only needed if you choose to complete the optional worksheets that are sent after class. - Printer and ink - Scissors - Glue - Pencil/eraser
No formal assessments will be given. I will start each new class with a review and check in of the previous week. But the assessment will only be used as a check in.
20 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
In this age level it is requested that an adult is nearby to help with any technical difficulties and to supervise the student. Adults should not be visible in the camera frame. Additionally, students should be supervised when completing the optional worksheet. Some require scissors.
Certified Elementary School Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
14 total reviews
27 completed classes
Hello! My name is Mrs. Weller. I am a certified elementary school teacher with 5+ years of experience. Not only have I taught littles in the classroom, but I've also tutored in the evening and created digital resources for parents and teachers....