Thursday, December 29, 2011

Make a New Year Clock Craft Activity

One of the symbols always associated with New Year's Eve is a CLOCK.

In this activity students can make a paper plate clock to use on New Year's Eve.




Material
  • paper plate
  • foam number stickers or crayons/markers
  • paper fastener
  • piece of foam or heavy paper to make clock hands.
  • scissors 


    Assist younger students in making their paper plate clocks. Older students may need more of a challenge. Perhaps they could make the numbers on their clocks with Roman Numerals.

    Save the paper clocks to use with math measurement lessons in the new year!




    Have fun crafting!

    Happy New Year!





    9 comments:

    1. OH MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS!!!!! Your blog is SO neat! I found you via a blog hop...not sure which one...Finding Friends, perhaps?? Anyway, I love it! I'm your newest follower and can't wait to read all about your creative ideas. Happy New Year and have a great weekend. Pop by and say hi if you can...http://callmemamaleisha.blogspot.com

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    2. Got to love a craft they can use to learn with later!

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    3. This is such a cute and easy idea. I love it! Thanks for linking up to Thinky Linky Thursday. Have a happy new year!
      Lori

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    4. This is so cute and easy! I'm going to make this to help my daughter practice telling time. She is learning that in K right now. And, I think I have everything I need on hand already ... even better!

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    5. GREAT idea to bring in the new year! Love how simple it is, yet kids will get hours of entertainment/education from it! Thanks for sharing at Thrifty Thursday!

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    6. What a wonderful idea!! Thank you for sharing it at Sharing Saturday! Happy New Year!!

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    7. This is great - why haven't I thought of using a plate - perfect! Thanks for linking up to TGIF! Happy New Year,
      Beth =-)

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    8. Great idea for New Year's Eve, Marcia! Most people don't think of focusing on teaching about time then, but New Year's Eve really is a perfect event for time lessons! I added your post link and photo to my New Year's Eve post at http://livingmontessorinow.com/2011/12/27/preparing-for-new-years-family-celebrations/

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    9. Easy peasy! I love the way the clock turned out! This is fabulous! Would you please share this with our readers for Fun Stuff Fridays? http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/01/fun-stuff-fridays-5.html

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