The Clock Exercise introduces the concept of time. It develops visual perception as well as language.
Time is presented as 4 segments: the whole hour, a quarter past the hour, half past the hour and a quarter to the hour.
Each of the individual ‘faces’ is a wooden tablet with the time shown both in the hands position and with the name written at the bottom of the tablet.
The working stands have a slot for holding the tablet while at the same time, hiding the printed words on the bottom. The separate labels can be set on the stand in front of the ‘face’ as the child names the time.
The faces and labels are printed in 4 colors for coding and separating the exercises.
The contents include:
- 48 face tablets – 7cm x 8.5cm
- 48 label tablets – 7 x 1.5cm
- 2 working stands – 42cm x 4cm x 2.5cm
- 1 wooden box with compartments – 25.5cm x 4.5cm x 17cm
Item Number – CHG0212
“It’s time to go.” “We don’t have time.” “What time is it?” “Time will tell.” Children hear lots about “time,” but often struggle with what time actually is. That’s predictable: time is often an abstract idea, tied to norms of a particular culture. While there are conc…