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White Rabbit's Missing Pocket Watch: Telling Time to Five Minutes (Ages 9-12)
In this one-time escape room, treasure hunt-style class, students will reinforce their ability to tell time as we read poems, chant a song, solve riddles, and play a clock matching game to help White Rabbit find his missing pocket watch.
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White Rabbit's pocket watch is missing! Can you solve the puzzles and search the kingdom to find it? In this one-time class for children ages 9-12, students will reinforce their ability to tell time to the five-minute mark through a song, riddles, and puzzles. This course requires that students already know how to tell time to the hour, half-hour, and fifteen-minute marks. This is a review class, so understanding how to tell time to the five-minute mark would also be helpful for...
Students will improve their ability to tell time to the five-minute mark.
3 files available upon enrollmentStudents should bring a pencil and the printouts available in the classroom. We will use Google Slides for an interactive game.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will need to click on the link provided in the chat in order to access the Google Slides game.
Personal tutor for over 30 years
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
13 total reviews
26 completed classes
My two beliefs about learning: 1. I believe that learning should be fun! I love using games and escape room-style puzzles in my lessons to actively involve students. Escape room puzzles are engaging and involve a different kind of thinking, thus...