### Telling Time to the Hour #4 – 12 Alarm Clocks

What could you use an alarm clock for? What time do you set it to for getting up in the morning? How do you turn it on and off? What sound does it make?
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### Telling Time to the Hour #5 – 12 Alarm Clocks

Kids write the times to the hour on the lines under each alarm clock looking at each hand carefully. Then they can color the clocks. Why not color in a pattern?
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### Telling Time to the Hour #6 – 12 Alarm Clocks

In this telling time to the hour worksheet kids write the times on the lines. Choose 3 times. Tell why an alarm could be used for that hour. 12:00 is for lunch time!
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### Telling Time to the Hour #1 – 16 Square Clocks

Need a challenge? Try this worksheet with 16 clocks per page. I know, for some kids, this will be a whiz. Have those kids check their answers with a friend.
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### Telling Time to the Hour #2 – 16 Square Clocks

What’s round and square at the same time and has two hands that go in circles? You got it! The 16 clocks on this telling time to the hour worksheet!
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### Telling Time to the Hour #3 – 16 Square Clocks

Don’t be square. Be in tune with the times! The times on these telling time worksheets, that is! Check out the clocks and write the times on the lines.
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### Telling Time to the Hour #4 – 16 Square Clocks

Where do we go at certain times of the day? Have kids give you some examples as they write the times on this telling time to the hour worksheet.
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### Telling Time to the Hour #5 – 16 Square Clocks

Have kids use their imagination and tell you if the time on the clocks is am or pm and what they might be doing at each time of the day or night.
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### Telling Time to the Hour #6 – 16 Square Clocks

Pick a few times from these telling time to the hour clocks and have kids tell you what they would be doing at that time during the day and during the night.
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### Make a Round Analog Clock

You can make this round analog clock that looks just like a clock you’ll see in almost any home, office, or school room. A small brad is needed to fasten the hands to the clock.
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### Make an Analog Alarm Clock

BRRRIINNNGGG! BRRIINNGG! Here’s an analog alarm clock you can make to get you going in the morning. Color the clock, cut it and the hands out, and fasten with a brad!
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### Make an Analog Table Clock

Now here’s an analog table clock that reminds me of days gone by. Simple and round, yet does the age old job of telling the time. Don’t forget a small brad to put it all together.
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### Make an Analog Mantle Clock

This analog mantle clock looks like an antique clock you might have seen at Grandma’s house. Color it nicely, cut it out carefully, and use a small brad to put the hands on it.
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### Make a Square Analog Clock

This square analog clock looks a bit fancy with the curved top and the little pinions. Old fashioned, yet always in style. Color, cut, and fasten the hands with a small brad.
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### Make an Analog Watch

Tired of having only a clock for kids to make. This watch is here to the rescue! It’s nice and big so kids can see it well and move the hour and minute hands around. A small brad is needed.
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### Make a Digital Alarm Clock

Ever hear one of those “beep, beep, beep” sounds? It comes from one of these, a digital alarm clock. Kids color, cut out the clock, and slip the strip through so they can see the times.
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