Who is it for?
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- Math learners
This is a fantastically simple game that really reduces the effort of preparation a teacher, tutor or parent needs to put into teaching how to tell time from an analog clock face. As a card is drawn from the shuffled deck, players have to check their cards to see if they can get as close as possible to that time.
The cards feature differentiated clock faces in different colours. Red whole hour cards, orange half hour cards, yellow quarter-to and quarter-past cards, green five minute denomination cards, and blue single minute denomination cards.
You can include or omit whichever cards you wish for the game to work. We have included all time denominations of a 12 hour clock up to the quarter denominations. 5 minute and single minute cards feature a selection of 24 cards each. There is even a page of blank clock faces to draw your own hands if you wish.
The game comes with a full set of easy to follow rules, and the cards are printed with easy-cut guides to make preparation fast and simple.
About the Seller
LittleStreams is a new company specialising in education resources and games for learners of all ages. It is set up by educators and graphic designers Rebekah Humphrey-Bullen and Samuel Lovegrove.
Rebekah is a Mathematics and English tutor in the UK, teaching a wide range of ages from 6 years old through to adult learners, of all abilities. Rebekah enjoys making games to engage learners in mathematics best.
Samuel teaches at the local university where he studied his media degree. He now teaches screen writing. He enjoys making simple to read posters.
Samuel and Rebekah became friends while studying at University, where they worked together to set up the successful university magazine. In March 2014, they decided to set up a company that would make resources teachers and tutors would want and be able to use, but that also have the highest quality design values.