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Keep up with the time! This erasable clock face is perfect for practice!
Learning how to tell time? The hands on this clock are erasable, so you can set the time again and again.
On a white paper plate, draw a clock face with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Space the numbers evenly. If you like, add designs around the clock, minute marks, or other decorations.
Find a partner. Draw an hour and minute hand. Ask your partner to read your clock and tell you the correct time. Erase the time.
Give the clock to your partner. Ask that person to draw a new time. You tell the time, they erase it, and you continue playing as long as you like.
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