Teach children to tell time by directing them to imitate the hands of an analog clock with their arms. Make a clock out of cardboard and compare digital clock readings to the placement of the hands on the practice clock. More »

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Visual and memorization cues are creative ways to teach kids to tell time and help them grasp complex concepts associated with reading analog clocks, according to the Guardian Teachers Network. Popular techniques include... More »

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Some good suggestions for teaching children how to read include reading to them at an early age, asking questions about the content of reading materials, encouraging decoding, and focusing both on phonetics and the alpha... More »

www.reference.com Education K-12 K-12 Curriculum

Visual and memorization cues are creative ways to teach kids to tell time and help them grasp complex concepts associated with reading analog clocks, according to the Guardian Teachers Network. Popular techniques include... More »

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Some ways to teach a plant's life cycle is to have children watch seeds sprout, have hands-on examples of each stage of the life cycle, or have children draw or write a story of a plant's life cycle. Addition material su... More »

www.reference.com Education K-12 K-12 Curriculum

Some good suggestions for teaching children how to read include reading to them at an early age, asking questions about the content of reading materials, encouraging decoding, and focusing both on phonetics and the alpha... More »

www.reference.com Education K-12 K-12 Curriculum

Riddles for children should challenge their thinking without being too frustrating, such as the following: "What has a face and hands but no arms or legs?" The answer is a clock, which has a "face" with numbers and "hand... More »

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