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Directory > Objects/Symbols and Signs > Clocks/Watches

8 Resources


Results 1 thru 8 of 8 total resources.

1.  Web Site
What Time Is It?
An online game that asks students to match the correct digital time to an analog clock.
Curriculum: Mathematics
Grades: Pre-K, K, 1
2.  Web Site
Bang on Time
A fun online game to teach kids how to tell time. Click a button to stop the clock at the time written at the bottom of the page (quarter to eight, ten after...
Curriculum: Mathematics
Grades: Pre-K, K, 1
3.  Image
Clocktower in downtown West Union, West Virginia (Keywords: time, building)
4.  Web Site
Time and Date Converter
Use this site to check the World Clock and search any continent or city for the current time there. There is a Time Zone Converter, Meeting Planner, Calendar...
5.  Image
The kanga or leso is a form of African dress, mainly used in east, central and west African countries. (Keywords: clothing, cloth, Africa)

This resource wa...

6.  Image
Clock Tower in Italy
View of one of the many sights in Italy
Curriculum: History/Social Science
7.  Image
Analog Clock
Here is a clock showing 9:25 - the ninth hour and twenty-five minutes. The little hand is on the nine indicating the hour and the larger hand is on the 5 ind...
Curriculum: Mathematics
Grades: Pre-K, K, 1, 2
8.  Image
Big Ben
Big Ben in London, England

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