Primary Time Teacher™ Junior 12-Hour Learning Clock®
Primary Time Teacher™ Junior 12-Hour Learning Clock®
Item # LER 2994
Ages 4+
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Accurate to the minute and featuring an AM/PM digital display window, this interactive clock teaches both analog and digital time. Geared clock's digital display window keeps track to the minute with the clock hands, helping children learn both methods of time keeping. Color-coded hour and minute hands match the color-coded window shutters. Keep the window closed and quiz your child on clock reading. Junior version is great for at home practice and easy for small hands to manage. Includes an Activity Guide.


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Clock measures 9" x 8.25".

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Good for 1st grade teaching time

By Susan

from Newton, MA

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  • Educational


  • Difficult To Turn

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  • Grades 1-2
  • Young Children

Comments about Learning Resources Primary Time Teacher™ Junior 12-Hour Learning Clock®:

I am using it for my first grade students to show them the relationship between the minute hand and the hour. I really like the way you can go one minute at a time so we can count by one or by fives for the minute hands. We can see how the minutes get closer to the 12 then the hour hand is getting closer to the next hour. It does get stuck a bit when the minute hand is getting close to the 12 so you have to be very careful. Also the digital time is off sometimes by a minute so I only use it for checking the time and then adjust it. Otherwise I am very happy with the purchase.

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