Monday, August 31, 2015

Roman Numerals & Clock Learning Math Activity for Kids

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One of the first things J did after making his homemade Roman Numerals flashcards craft was to assemble them into a clock. And just like that he was practicing telling time using Roman Numerals.

Hands-on math activity for kids: learning about clocks, telling time, and Roman numerals from And Next Comes L

For this activity, we used:

  • Homemade Roman Numerals flashcards
  • 2 bubble wands of different lengths - You could use bamboo skewers, sticks, pencils, etc. as an alternative. Just make sure one is longer than the other.

First, J assembled the cards into a clock shape by putting the Roman Numerals in order from I to XII.

Learning about clocks, telling time, and Roman numerals from And Next Comes L

Learning about clocks, telling time, and Roman numerals from And Next Comes L

Then he asked for an hour hand and a minute hand. Me, thinking quick on my feet, quickly scanned the sunroom for anything that would work. I spotted two bubble wands that worked perfectly! They were each a different color and a different length, making them the perfect makeshift hands of a clock. J then started running to the kitchen to check the time on the stove's clock before coming back to mark the time on his DIY Roman Numerals clock.

Hands-on math activity for kids: learning about clocks, telling time, and Roman numerals from And Next Comes L

Here are some other ways to work on Roman numerals and/or learning to tell time:


Hands-on math activity for kids: learning about clocks, telling time, and Roman numerals from And Next Comes L

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