Montessori Measurement: Teaching Time
Are you looking for a resource you can dip in and out of for 5-10 year olds to teach time?
This resource is for you,
Designed by a Montessori and State trained teacher this resource is packed full of a variety of resources.
Includes materials to help students:
Talk about times through the day. Understand AM means morning and PM means afternoon
Sort fast and slow activities. Compare time taken to complete a task and use comparative measurement language
Say the days and time throughout the week and use comparative words.
Read analogue clocks to the hour
Understand the time taken to complete a task and use comparative measurement language e.g. faster, slower, fastest, slowest.
Understand the time for a task or activity.
Use a calendar to name the months of the year and use ordinal numbers for dates and months
To apply time knowledge to different contexts
Read an analogue clock to the half hour
Read an analogue clock to the quarter hour (Quarter past and quarter to)
Measure any time on an analogue clock
Convert analogue times to digital times
Measure time in seconds, minutes, and hours using analogue or digital clock in practical contexts.
Solve word problems by measuring time in seconds, minutes, and hours in practical contexts.
Types of learning activities included
Cut and paste sorting activities
Charts to fill in
Montessori 3 part cards
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