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### Edu 290 Powerpoint Wrozek

1. 1. Learning to Tell Time<br />Kindergarten Level<br />By: Eric Wrozek<br />EDU 290<br />
2. 2. Where Do You Start?<br />When looking at clocks the first thing you notice are different sized numbers <br />Large Numbers= Hours <br />Small Numbers/Dots=Minutes<br />
3. 3. Starting Point Continued<br />The shortest black figure is called the hour hand<br />The longer black figure is called the minute hand<br />The skinniest and fastest moving figure is called the second hand<br />
4. 4. Knowing the Facts<br />60 seconds = 1 minute<br />60 minutes = 1 hour<br />24 hours = 1 day<br />Watch or Count out loud 60 seconds to see the minute hand move to the next number or dot<br />Telling time is easier to learn when you involve activities that take that amount of time…such as washing your hands might take minutes or seconds<br />
5. 5. The Way It Works<br />So every time the second hand moves one full rotation the minute hand moves forward<br />Every time the minute hand moves, the short hour hand moves forward to the next big number or in this case slash<br />
6. 6. Clocks and Time are Important<br />Clocks give us the time of the day<br />They are important because everyone has their own schedules and certain times are used to keep things organized<br /> Early Exposure to watches or clocks around young children is needed! Practice makes Perfect!!   <br />
7. 7. Early Exposure<br />Playing games or watching TV shows that take hours or minutes and then showing the children why and how the clock has changed is key<br />Children tend to understand more once they have hands on experience with activities taking certain amounts of time<br />
8. 8. Why is Learning how to tell Time Important?<br />It helps children learn about daily routines, sequences, calendars, and general counting skills.<br />A neat thing to keep in mind is that children can tell things happen in order or sequences before they can tell time on a clock<br />They can tell the past, present, future, before or after. Also see that days are broken down into schedules and that days add up to months and years.<br />
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