These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child practices telling time by matching numbers on a digital clock to the correct wall clock. Your child helps make sure the airplanes are leaving at the correct time, a real world math concept.
Your child learns to tell time to the nearest 1/2 hour by matching clocks to their respective times.
Your child learns how to read time and betters associates it with everyday events by watching this video.
Your child learns to tell time by the hour by matching eggs with the time to their respective clocks.
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 literacy skills and an understanding of time and the days of the week by reading and following the directions to create a calendar for the current month.
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel sign the days of the week.
Your child learns to tell the time to the quarter and half past hour by playing this game.
Your child develops time concepts by moving eggs (with a time on the outside) and moving the eggs into a nest with the proper analog time.
Your child develops an understanding of time and relations to daily events by watching this video