These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns how to read time and betters associates it with everyday events by watching this video.
Your child develops time and fine motor skills by printing an activity in which they cut out the pieces of a clock to put together, and then set the clock to different times according to printed flash-cards.
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel sign the days of the week.
Your child develops rudimentary clock awareness and time-telling skills by watching this PBS video song.
Your child will practice telling time by the hour while singing a song.
Your child will practice reciting days of the week and months of the year while singing a song.
Your child will understand concepts of time and tools that measure time by practicing reading analog clocks.
Your child develops creativity by selecting a lunch, clothes, and backpack for Blue and then seeing their choices as part of a story.
Your child develops understanding of the days of the week as well as multicultural literacy by watching a Handy Manny music video about celebrating Saturday.