Discuss with your child that it takes one hour of time for the big hand to move all the way around and back to the same place.
This activity develops:
Lessons from Children’s Books
In the same way that many of the activities connect to the alphabet letter being introduced, the activities in the latter half of the Age Four section hinge on the content of a beloved children’s book.
The mini lessons that go along with these books develop pre-reading and practical skills that connect with the content of each book. Often a myriad of activities are suggested in each lesson.
Parents and teachers are free to spread out these activities over several days if needed. Have conversations with your child about the books you read aloud together to remind each other about the stories and the lessons learned.
Age 4 - Activity 27
Other Activities You Will Find in the Age 4 Section
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What are some of the Age 4 activities that you have tried with your child?