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Days, Weeks, and Months of Our Lives

http://www.glc.k12.ga.us/BuilderV03/LPTools/lpshared/lpdisplay.asp?LPID=14344

Description: Which is longest: a day, a week, or a month? Which is shortest: a month, a week, or a year? Which is longest: a week, a year, or a month? Can you identify the correct unit of measurement (day, week, month, year) for given activities? Standard K.5

Author: Georgia Standards.org

Lesson ID: 1554

Identifying Time

http://www.kidsolr.com/earlychildhood/page4.html

Description: This game by Kids Online Resources will help your learn how to compare digital time with analogue time. This is the first step in understanding how time is measured by clocks, k_5, and timelines. Have fun. Standard K.5

Author: Kids OLR

Lesson ID: 552

Learning About Time

http://www.arcytech.org/java/clock/index.html

Description: Learn the history of clocks and play a game of matching digital and analog time on a clock. Learning about hours in a day is part of learning about larger units of time like weeks and months. Standard K.5

Author:

Lesson ID: 1553

Months of the Year

http://www.siec.k12.in.us/~west/proj/month/index.html

Description: Read the book When This Box Is Full by Patricia Lillie and illustrated by Donald Crews. This is a story about a little boy who places items in the box for each month of the year. After reading the story, work in small groups of 5-6 children, brainstorming what you do each month of the year. Draw a picture of that activity. Standard K.5

Author: Tammy Payton, Loogootee Elementary West

Lesson ID: 728

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