Time on the hour. Months of the year.
FREE Downloadable Worksheets:
Two pages from Funbook A:
P. Bear’s New Year’s Party, page 39 from Funbook A.
Lesson notes from Funbook A. Have students use clocks to model the story.
Additional pages related to the lesson:
Making your paper plate clocks. Clock hands and numbers for your clock, an alternative to using the stickers and punchouts that come with Funbook A.
Roman Numerals. Funbook page 39, but with Roman numerals, an alternative for older students.
Blank Calendar. For students to fill in the name of the month and the numbers for each day.
One paperback copy of “P. Bear’s New Year’s Party” by Paul Owen Lewis.
Teacher directions and student worksheets for the basic lesson (making a paper-plate clock and filling in a blank calendar page).
A complete set of twelve calendar pages for 2013, one page for each month (with the numbers filled in). Great for making a complete calendar as a holiday gift!
Task cards for having students make their clocks show time on the hour, using standard digital notation OR military time.
A game of “I Have You Have” to test student knowledge of concepts about time – weeks, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds, century, millennium.