Organizing Time Activities

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Turkey Time
Turkey Time
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Turkey Time
Time is an abstract concept that's difficult to grasp. But waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven on Thanksgiving is a concretely yummy experience.
3rd grade
Math
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Travel the Time Zones
Travel the Time Zones
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Travel the Time Zones
Help your third grader learn time zones with this fun map activity!
3rd grade
Social studies
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It's About (Elapsed) Time!
It's About (Elapsed) Time!
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It's About (Elapsed) Time!
By using your child's own activity schedule, you can strengthen his understanding of elapsed time, and get him organized along the way!
5th grade
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Build a Time Capsule!
Build a Time Capsule!
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Build a Time Capsule!
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...
Kindergarten
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Time Book About the Day
Time Book About the Day
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Time Book About the Day
Get your child thinking about time with this art project, where you'll create a fun book on his daily routine.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
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Minute Math: How to Estimate Time
Minute Math: How to Estimate Time
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Minute Math: How to Estimate Time
This fun game helps children learn to estimate the most basic unit of time--a minute--without a clock.
2nd grade
Math
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Make a Teen Years Time Capsule
Make a Teen Years Time Capsule
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Make a Teen Years Time Capsule
For a fun activity that will have lasting effects, make this time capsule with your high school child, to be opened after college graduation.
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Create a Back to School Time Capsule!
Create a Back to School Time Capsule!
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Create a Back to School Time Capsule!
Here's an activity to help your child create her very own time capsule to unearth and open in one, five, or even ten years later!
3rd grade
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Reaction Time Science: How Fast Are You?
Reaction Time Science: How Fast Are You?
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Reaction Time Science: How Fast Are You?
Does your middle school teenager have good reflexes? Gauge his reaction time in this science and math activity that requires only a yardstick and a friend.
5th grade
Science
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Write Jump Rope Rhymes
Write Jump Rope Rhymes
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Write Jump Rope Rhymes
Try your hand at writing jump rope rhymes by organizing your ideas first, then composing your creation like a poem.
2nd grade
Reading & Writing
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Fact or Inference? Learn the Difference
Fact or Inference? Learn the Difference
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Fact or Inference? Learn the Difference
Here's an enjoyable at-home activity that gives your child step-by-step practice identifying the important parts of an article and organizing his ideas.
5th grade
Reading & Writing
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Taking Time to Slow Down
Taking Time to Slow Down
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Taking Time to Slow Down
In this activity, your child will practice mindfulness, choose one thing to do in which they can slow down, and reflect on this experience. You can even try slowing down together!
2nd grade
Social emotional
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Make Your Own I Spy Game
Make Your Own I Spy Game
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Make Your Own I Spy Game
Turn wait time in the doctor's office or travel time in the car into fun time with your own version of I Spy.
Kindergarten
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Make a "Study Time" Door Hanger
Make a "Study Time" Door Hanger
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Make a "Study Time" Door Hanger
Help your child get ready for back to school with this fun fifth grade activity, which has him creating an "I'm Studying" door sign.
5th grade
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Pumpkin Cookies
Pumpkin Cookies
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Pumpkin Cookies
Any time is the perfect time to whip up a delicious batch of fluffy pumpkin cookies.
5th grade
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Fun Ways to Study
Fun Ways to Study
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Fun Ways to Study
Here are six fresh ideas to liven up your teen's study time, and involve the whole family at the same time!
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Tea Etiquette
Tea Etiquette
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Tea Etiquette
Tea time is a chance for a lesson in etiquette while she plays. Quality time to read a book and talk about good manners.
3rd grade
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Tin Can Organizer
Tin Can Organizer
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Tin Can Organizer
Give an old tin can a new life by transforming it into an organizer for your child's room in this middle school arts and crafts activity.
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Make Bathtub Paint
Make Bathtub Paint
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Make Bathtub Paint
Great for bath time, or anytime your child is feeling creative, these bright bathtub paints are a fun and low-mess way to spice up art time.
1st grade
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Toe Fencing
Toe Fencing
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Toe Fencing
Next time your child says he's bored, suggest a game of Toe Fencing! It's a silly and physical game that can be played anywhere, any time.
3rd grade
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Make a Sand Clock
Make a Sand Clock
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Make a Sand Clock
An hour glass, also known as a sand clock, keeps time. In this activity, your child will make her own sand clock and measure the time it keeps.
4th grade
Science
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Black and White Pumpkin
Black and White Pumpkin
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Black and White Pumpkin
Halloween's the perfect time for a fun monochromatic art activity -- and a pumpkin's the perfect subject!
5th grade
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Valentine Plates
Valentine Plates
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Valentine Plates
Dress up the dining table with a sweet craft right in time for Valentine's Day.
5th grade
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Wizard Hat
Wizard Hat
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Wizard Hat
Full of charm and creative possibilities, this fun hat will be ready for playtime in no time.
1st grade
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Chinese Hand Drum
Chinese Hand Drum
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Chinese Hand Drum
During your next craft time, strike up the band with this homemade Chinese instrument.
1st grade
Social studies
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Organizing Time Activities

Test-taking is tough. However, if you're prepared the whole process can be a lot less stressful. Our study skills activities are a great way to help your kid get ready for his next test. Even if your kid seems to ace just about everything that comes his way, as he gets older the tests and quizzes will only get more difficult. While learning how to tackle a test to isn't exactly a walk in the park, your kid will appreciate the practice later on. It's important that he establish good study habits now that will serve him throughout his academic career and even into his adult life.