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Telling time

March 16, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: telling time in French

Telling time might be hard for preschoolers, but I have a 2nd grader and many of you may so you can use these activities for them and allow your preschoolers to watch. They will pick up a lot of it.

You can print out this clock, cut it out and use it to practice telling time with your children:

http://www.fi.edu/time/Journey/JustInTime/clock1.html

Also, if you have a real clock that has moving hands, you can use that and allow your kids to move the hands too so that they feel involved.

Lastly, here is a worksheet with different clocks and you can have them say outloud to you what time it is in French.

2 Comments to “Telling time”


  1. Shelly Terrell says:

    I think it is great to bring in real objects for learning when possible. Now I have to hunt for a clock with turning hands. Thanks for the idea!

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  2. Yvonne Crawford says:

    Hard to find those these days isn't it? My son had one from Target that I got a few years ago. Hopefully you'll find one around the house somewhere.

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