Rachael Holden
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Learning to tell time Hands on

Learning to tell time Hands on. I'm only pinning this to remind myself that sadly, my highschoolers get to my Spanish 1 class not even knowing how to tell time on an analog clock. Makes teaching time in Spanish a real challenge.

Print and play partner games for telling time to the hour and half hour! These games are easy to play and help students practice their telling time skills on both analog and digital clocks!

6 different print and play time games for telling time to the nearest 15 minutes. All the games are black and white and ready to play!

Free printable sight words game for Kindergarten.  Sweet Sight Words includes all words from the Dolch 220 Primer list for children to learn in a fun and engaging way.  Print FREE here: http://thecraftyclassroom.com/2015/11/14/kindergarten-sight-words-game/

Free printable sight words game for Kindergarten. Sweet Sight Words includes all words from the Dolch 220 Primer list for children to learn in a fun and engaging way.

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, FREE printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, FREE printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, grade, grade, and grade students.

Ideas for using an interactive math poster and incorporating language building activities with the math poster. Ideal for special education, preschool, kindergarten and hands on learners.

This is an interactive math poster and that incorporates language building activities. I would use this at circle time or in class discussion.

Story Stones {in the shop!} to help you and your little one elevate the stories you tell - Limited Quantity available via Crafting Connections.

story stones, hand-painted rocks, childrens literacy, art stones, tell me a story. Cool new idea. Everywhere you go find a stone. Gather the stone(s) and when you get back home paint them to match the memories!