Let's Tell Time - Class 2

Description

Telling time is an important part of our day. Students in this class will learn how to tell time and create their very own clock. 


Students will use a paper plate and write the numbers around it just like on a clock. They will then color one end of each Q-tip a different color and then cut one so that it is a little shorter than the other. This will let the students learn about the hour and minute hands on the analog clock. 

A handout will be emailed to each student prior to class and as it is being completed during class, the students will practice moving their clocks to that time so they can see what that time looks like. 


Students will need a paper plate, markers, Q-tips(2), scissors. They will also have a handout emailed to them the morning of class.

    Let's Tell Time - Class 2

    Thursday, 08/05/2021

    Age 5 - 8

    $7.50

    22 Seats Available

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Cancellation 24 hours or less in advance of Activity or no-show. Any activity cancellations 24 hours or less before the start date and time of the Activity or failure to appear at the Activity at the appointed time will result in forfeiture of the consideration paid for the Activity. No refunds or credits will be provided.

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  • Ms. Stephanie has a nice mix of classes that cover writing, reading and math. Her classes are a joy for my daughter.

  • Mrs Stephanie Stout manner of teaching is so wonderful and refreshing!! She’s patient and supportive, but really knows how to motivate her students. She’s great at building confidence and keeping lessons fun and engaging through a variety of activities that improve conversation, writing, and reading skills.

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