Telling Time: A Real-World Activity Book [74 pages]

Regular price $7.00

Not knowing how to read a clock is frustrating for your child AND for you.

The practical skill of Telling Time will give your child a sense of control and autonomy--and more confidence to navigate the changing world around them. 

As they make their way through the Telling Time Activity Workbook, your child will master the many skills of reading a clock, in a way that feels easy and fun. 

The clear, step-by-step format helps kids truly master each step so they avoid confusion later, and feel confident even with tricky times and clock faces. 

Your child will learn to confidently: 

  • know the difference between the hour and minute hand
  • read and write digital times
  • understand AM and PM
  • accurately identify the hour (not just at "o'clock")
  • tell time to hour and half hour
  • skip count by 5s, 15s, and half hours around the clock
  • tell time to the nearest 5 minutes
  • quickly identify the quarter hours (:00, :15, :30, and :45 minutes)
  • understand language "half past", "a quarter past", "a quarter till"
  • tell time to the minute
  • read a variety of real-world clock faces 
  • tell time on clocks with missing numbers or Roman numerals
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Younger children can stop at any point that begins to feel difficult, and can pick up the more advanced lessons a little later. 

Older kids should start at the beginning. They may work through the first lessons quickly, and that's fine, but it will form the foundation for more advanced skills. 


**NOTE: This is an instant digital download--nothing will be shipped. 

Your ebook pages will be available immediately upon purchase to print out and use. 

Customer Reviews

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Filling in our gaps in a fun way

My kids are kind of struggling with the concept of reading a Clock, and I can't blame them because most clocks these days are digital, so I decided to take a chance on this little packet to see if it would help. The pages are colorful, and the activities are engaging. I really like the order that it's presented in. I think my kids are going to learn so much from this. We just barely scratched the surface of the first lesson but I can tell already that this feels like a good fit for our family.