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CLOCK BINGO - Hour, Half Hour, Quarter To, Quarter Past - Analogue/Digital/Oral

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CLOCK BINGO - Hour, Half Hour, Quarter To, Quarter Past - Analogue/Digital/Oral

Everyone loves Bingo!! Use this game to teach students about time and clocks. Learn about hour, half hour, quarter to and quarter past on both analogue and digital clocks.

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Learning-solutions, Education Consultant

I am a semi-retired primary teacher with a degree and experience in Learning Support.  During my 30 odd years teaching I was a classroom teacher, principal, guidance officer and learning support teacher.  I have had straight grades and multi-age classes in towns and communities all over Queensland.  My passion is differentiation and supporting all learners.

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    This game includes:
    - 10 Bingo Boards
    - 1 set digital time cards (48 cards)
    - 1 set word cards (48 cards)
     
    Examples of each are in the PREVIEW.
     
    I made this game up to reinforce the skills necessary to tell the time at this stage. The game can be played with 2 or more players, even a whole class. For more than 10, group the players and share the counters (9 per board).
     
    I haven't met the kid who doesn't like Bingo, so I make it up for those games that need lots of repetition. That way I avoid the boredom that worksheets can generate with some kids.
     
    I have included this game in my Time bundle (The Complete Book of Time) which is also available in my store. There is a 53 page Workbook and 3 sets Donkey Cards as well. The Workbook is differentiated and you can pre-test to accommodate all ability levels. It includes Posters, Worksheets, Task Cards and everything you need to cater for every kid in your class.

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