Well, if you look at the recommended reading list for K, and look at the sample lesson that is provided (for Lesson 11, I-I-Insect), http://www.mfwbooks.com/k_sample.htm a book that is recommended is The Grouchy Lady Bug, by Eric Carle. In that book, there are clocks, and time advances by the hour as the story progresses. One of the recommended activities on Day 6--Book Day during Lesson 11 is to make a clock from paper plates, brass paper fastener, and two cardboard pieces for the hands. Look at the clocks in The Grouchy Ladybug and use the clock you made to learn how to tell time to the hour.Chrystal in TX wrote:I was browsing through my MFWK teacher guide and although I see clocks being mentioned as a part of the curriculum, I can't find it. Do the kiddos learn to tell time in kindergarten? Am I just overlooking it? If not in MFWK, then when?
I can't remember if time is covered anywhere else, but using The Grouchy Ladybug is a great introduction to telling time by the hour, and then time is covered further in MFW 1st grade.