If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, then you know I have been teasing you all week with pictures of my Time unit. We good gravy----I finished it!
As I have been working on it I have been using every bit of it in my room to help my kids. We took a Time assessment last week and it didn't go so hot folks. In my kids' defense, we did experience some CRAZY Ice days here in Charleston. BUT- I really needed to put something together to help them out.
1. Posters that clarified terms and could be used as a Reference.
This is how I displayed the posters in my room. I will move them to a side wall as we move on to measurement next week, but I know they need the reinforcement still!
I also made some printables that not only nailed down the telling time on an analog clock, but addressed some vocabulary issues we were having as well.
Here is our foldable in action!
We also LOVED using the centers.
I changed it up a little this time and used these whole group. My kids needed some extra support on A.M. and P.M.
And lastly we used the Student Booklet as a Study Guide that went home to their parents to help them review for the Test.
Isn't this just the sweetest answer?!?!
Don't leave yet!
Y'all know Stacey!?! My adorable friend who helps me do the Kinder Busy Teacher (okay- really- she does the WHOLE she-bang). Anyway, Stacey has set up her own shop on TPT.
You can find her FIRST solo-unit in her store by clicking on the picture! My son's teacher uses these in her classroom almost daily and I KNOW Nash loves them! Go check it out!