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The boys had a fantastic time learning to tell time back in September. We didn't have to do any follow-up work with that. The boys are very proud to be able to tell time and once they had the skills, they have picked up a lot of skills using our clocks daily. Me Too's skills aren't as strong as Kal-El's, but he will get a nice review next year if he needs it. Today Kal-El was looking for something interesting and new to do. I have been getting some passage of time story problems ready for him. I though some work learning to record the time using a clock stamp would be a fun first step.
Our clock stamp is from the local teacher-supply store. Our jumbo stamp pads are from Discount School Supply. I didn't ask him to record any particular times, I left it to him to think of his own work and was pleased with the variety he came up with.
Me Too thought this looked like great fun and soon got in on the action. Having to draw the hands was a good review of where the short and long hands are truly pointing. Afterward they kept the ink out and created a lot of art with our geometric stamps.