27 Blogs with Methods to Teach Your Child How to Tell Time

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At some point, every child will need to learn how to tell the time. However, teaching your children how to read time isn’t an easy task. One of the best ways to approach teaching your child how to read a clock is to start with a digital clock and then work up to an analog one. You can also use the activities, crafts and apps that are reviewed in these 27 blogs to help your child learn how to tell the time.


When kids are young, time is a foreign concept for them. To help them gain a better understanding of time, start introducing them to timed games and activities that use a clock. Teach your child his numbers, both in Roman and Arabic. Play games together that utilize a clock. When bedtime rolls around, show your child the time on the clock so that he can begin to associate a certain time with an event. For more activities that will help your child learn to tell time, read these nine blog entries.


Crafts are a great way to hold your child’s interest as you teach them about telling the time. Assemble a homemade clock together so that you can explain the different components of a clock, such as the hour hand and the minute hand and the different numbers and their places on the clock. Take a look at these nine blog posts for more tips for making a clock that you can use to teach your child how to tell time.


Technology is a useful tool when it comes to teaching kids how to tell time. The games listed in these nine articles are colorful and engaging, and will hold your child’s attention as he learns about reading a clock. The portability of apps on your phone or tablet makes them a convenient way to entertain and teach your child at the same time.

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