Sunday, July 7, 2013

What time is it? Que hora es? Time for Freebies...

It's time to learn! Son las 8:00 en la manana!

We have recently been learning how to tell time in Spanish & English in our classroom! (Yes we are on a year-round schedule, which allows time for sporadic traveling:)

Today I have some new things to share with you and SOME FREEBIES:) We have been making clocks, clocks, and more clocks!

This is one of my  newest additions - Hot off the press:

The Ice Cream Clock is FREE in the download preview at my store...keep going though I have another freebie to share shortly after this...

Kids love a new surprise, why not surprise them every week with a new clock to reinforce those time telling skills?

Use these Thematic Classroom clocks for whole group instruction, math centers, & more!

Do you have a classroom clock to go with your theme every week?

With this Thematic Classroom Clock pack you will!

These are super easy to use. Just print, laminate, cut, and add a brad - and your clock is ready to go!

So far we have made at least 10 clocks in the last month and I am absolutely amazed at how fast my 4 & 7 year old are getting this time telling down!  Below are the 32 Clocks included in the pack:

Rainy days


2 Apples (green & red)





Ice Cream

Pink Race car


Road sign

Green race car


Pink flower


Silver Star









Beach Ball



Sand Bucket & Shovel




Don't see a specific theme your looking for? I would love to add it - just ask! Someone asked and I just added Ocean Themed Clock Helper and Classroom's FREE!

Ocean Themed Class Clock Helper and Classroom Clocks
I also included a Common Core Standard poster for you to use. Enjoy!!

Use these to meet CCSS 1.MD.8.3 and 2.MD.7! (Don't know what these are? Look on the common core side tab to the right )

The FREE Ice Cream Clock in the download preview at my store! Just click on any of the pictures to hop on over...

All you have to do with this is print, laminate, hole punch, & add a brad!

If you want you can add some eyes and a smile like we did!

We have been having lots of fun with our new clocks...I hope you do too:)

Here's another fun addition; you can add this to your wall clocks!


Clock Helpers

In Spanish & English

Design your own Flower or Sun for your Class Clock!

I also included a Common Core Standard poster or folder cover for you to use.

You can use these for your bulletin boards or for your organization binders...

Coming Soon more Classroom Clock Supplies!!!

Don't Forget about the Summer Planning Giveaway Scavenger Hunt...only a few days left to grab some goodies:)

I love hands on learning...What's your favorite way to teach time????

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

Inspire Me Monday


  1. Hi!
    Thanks for sharing! I know my students have trouble with time so your product is helpful! I did have a hard time reading the blog though because the text color doesn't show up well against the background color. I appreciate the freebie though!

  2. Thanks for stopping by & letting me know about not being able to read some things here... maybe I can fix some of those colors...:)

  3. Good morning, I came over from Classroom Freebies! :)
    This is so cool, I could have really used this idea when my son was little! I love your blog!
    Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!
    Fern Smith's Pinterest Boards!

  4. Hi, I love your blog it is so well established and polished.

  5. Hi! Thanks for linking up to the Friendly Friday Blog Hop. I would love if you came back again next week.

  6. Thanks for sharing this cute clock! I found you at Manic Monday.
    Your themed clocks package looks great!


  7. I found you at Manic Monday - thanks for this freebie! Your thematic clock set looks adorable!

    Linda Nelson
    Primary Inspiration

  8. I found you at preschool corner. I love these cute clocks and look forward to using them with my 4 year old. Thanks!

  9. So glad you all stopped by & found something useful for your little guys:)


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