Time Activities

Time activities guide your child through learning about dates, hours, and minutes! Learning through time activities helps solidify the concept of time for young scholars. These time activities include DIY back to school calendars, clock cookies recipes, countdown paper chains, and homemade autobiographical timelines. Kids will enjoy seeing their time activities measure the invisible passing of time, and they'll learn a valuable lesson in the process. Try these time activities with your child, and see how time flies!

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In this hands-on craft project, kids will make an analog clock of their own, and then use it to learn how to tell time.
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For a cool art project, help your child create a "Me Timeline," a unique poster that works on a key math and social studies skill: putting events in order.
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Get a leg up on counting concepts with this project where art and math collide.
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Make this paper chain calendar and give your child a visual reminder of the passing of time.
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Support your first grader's counting and reading skills while laughing and running in this fun playground game.
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This activity turns your kid into the family weatherman. Plus, it teaches him to collect data and begin to understand graphing.
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Plan ahead for summer, by constructing a holiday calendar with your child. A great way to teach kids about time!
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Get fired up for the new school year with a "Back-to-School Calendar" you and your child can make at home.
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With these days of the week flip flaps, your child has the chance to explore days of the week, track special and routine activities, and practice writing time.
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Want to capture this year? Make a time capsule of this period in your child's life! You may just be surprised at what you find, when you dig it up next year...
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Make the abstract nature of time and money easier for your kid to understand with some fun ideas that focus on these concepts.
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This fun game helps children learn to estimate the most basic unit of time--a minute--without a clock.
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In this matching activity, your kid will match the clock faces representing analog time with the numeric readings representing digital time.
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Your first grader will love telling time while playing this fun game of tag! Ask Captain Midnight for the time, but watch out when his watch says "midnight"!
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If your 2nd grade child asks for time often, encourage him to read time on his own by talking about time throughout the day.
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Want a fun way to teach your kid to tell time? Making a plate clock is a great way for him to learn how to tell time in a way he'll actually find exciting.
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Need help teaching your child to sequence and organize information? Creating this graphic organizer will help your child see what happened before and after.
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Help your child sharpen time skills by creating a special day and charting each part in a detailed schedule.
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Most timeline activities are all about history. Make timelines more relevant and personal for your child by focusing on the hours and minutes of his day.
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Expand on your child√Ęs time-telling skills by helping him learn how an analog clock and a digital clock correspond.

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