Professional Development

February 1, 2013

It’s TIME for February!!

Can you believe that January is over already? Time has flown by! Only 11 months left for 2013!!

We have been working on telling time to the hour and half hour this week.

We made these clocks using paper plates, sentence strips, brads, and markers.

We watched several YouTube Videos.  Here is my favorite!

We read these wonderful books and used our own clocks as we read the story.

We made this anchor chart. Nothing fancy at all! But it serves its’ purpose!

Today we played Around the Clock from my new unit in the making.

Stayed tuned! I hope to have this posted by Saturday!

Giveaway winners of the Sweet Numbers giveaway are Carolina and Bryn! Check your email soon! I’m sending the unit your way now! 

Happy Teaching,


FREE Subitizing Cards

Make math FUN with this subitizing game. It includes numbers one through ten, and students play it similarly to War. Just download, print, laminate, and you’ll be totally set. Grab it today and boost your students’ math skills!

Hi, I'm Amanda

I’m a K-1 teacher who is passionate about making lessons your students love and that are easy to implement for teachers.  Helping teachers like you navigate their way through their literacy block brings me great joy. I am a lifelong learner who loves staying on top of current literacy learning and practices. Here, you’ll find the tools you need to move your K-2 students forward!


Soc St

You may also enjoy...

3 Responses

  1. Your time activities look so fun! I really like that video, I’m sure it got the kids pumped up to learn. Time seriously is flying by, isn’t it?! It’s going to be summer before we know it 🙂

  2. I can’t wait to check out more of you telling time unit. Today’s lesson on time to the half hour was brutal….I am definitely grabbing some paper plates and trying your idea tomorrow! The Video references look great too! This is sure to help me NOT pull the hair out tomorrow!
    Thanks for sharing!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Which type of professional development interests you?