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another possibility for math time...way more fun than just drawing out the tally marks!

To do this activity you need: exactly 55 tally sticks (wooden craft sticks) and basic number cards 1 through The child is to lay out the tally sticks to represent the numbers on the cards. If laid out correctly, the child will use all the tally sticks.

FREE Place Value Yahtzee Game! This is such a fun, clever way to help kids practice place value.

Grade Games (Movement)- FREE Place Value Yahtzee Game! This is such a fun, clever way to help kids practice place value.

I love this idea! It would be a great way to reinforce skip-counting by fives in an authentic context.

First grade ideas. Here's a terrific post about teaching time. Includes a large packet of resources.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | What Time is…

no more asking me what time lunch or gym happen! Love this idea for visual schedule and teaching time post a clock for each period as well!

My practicum student brought this activity in as a station during math game day and my students LOVED it. It also greatly improved their comprehension of "half past" an hour telling time.

If only my classroom floors were cleaned more than once a year. The human clock! Pairs of students decided who would be the hour hand and who would be the minute hand. Then, they picked a time to represent and the rest of the class read the clock.

Hula Hoop Telling Time..duh, now I won't look silly trying to draw a circle on the board :)

Telling Time- stick a hula hoop to the white board, and write numbers around the inside of the circle to make a "clock". You can make little notches around the inside of the hula hoop to practice telling time to the exact minute, if you choose to,

Give kids a visual way to represent their status as they work independently. | 37 Insanely Smart School Teacher Hacks

Self-Assessment Strategy- students use cards to indicate how they are progressing through the independent practice. This allows the teacher to intervene when necessary and gauge students' understanding of concepts.