Happy Monday everyone! Today I have a fun giveaway for you. It’s the Magnetic Elapsed Time Set by Learning Resources. This fun tool is an easy way to help students understand how time progresses.

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I personally like the segmented timeline that comes with it to help the counting process. Sometimes the circular shape of the clock can be confusing I think, so it’s nice to have it in this format as well.

What are the details?

  • The Magnetic Elapsed Time Set is $24.99
  • The set includes 2 magnetic clocks with repositionable hands, and a 24-hour timeline with “start” and “end” labels, and removable guide numbers.
  • The clocks are 10”

How do we use this?

I put them up on our magnetic white board as shown above and then set the clocks to different times. Next I have Tinker Bell position the “start” and “end” markers on the timeline strip. Together we count the time between the markers to see how much time has elapsed between the two clocks.

We also do this in reverse, I will set the “start” and “end” markers on the timeline, then Tinker Bell will place the hands in the correct position on the circular clock faces. Next we count the time going around the clock face and then the strip to verify.

What do we think?

I like this display, it really helps practice how to read a clock for younger kids, and also helps illustrate how we count the passing of time. It is fairly large as you can see, so you do need to make sure you have a space large enough to accommodate it. The full 24-strip will not fit on our little whiteboard, so I just place the ones we needed on it. You could also use this on a table instead of a magnetic board if you don’t have one. I also like how there are both the round clock faces as well as the segmented timeline to help show how time passes.

Buy It: You can click here to purchase your own Magnetic Elapsed Time Set from Learning Resources.

 

Win it: Simply fill out the rafflecopter below to enter to win a free Magnetic Elapsed Time Set for your family!

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249 Comments

  1. This set would totally help my soon to be 5 year old get this whole time thing. He isn’t as easy to teach as my 6 year old who caught on pretty quick. But I really love the Learning Resources site in general! My favorite thing they have is the Anatomy models set. They look so great for helping to learn about the body!

    Brandi
  2. I would love to wiin this set. I have a daughter who really struggles with telling time and I think the large manipulatives make learning fun and easy to approach. Thanks for the chance to win.

    Laura
  3. Hi! I homeschool 6 year old quadruplets and a 3 year old so the more fun, center -oriented activities I have the better!! Each child needs a lot of individual time especially with math right now so this is why centers are incorporated daily!! Thanks for the opportunity!!
    Blessings,
    Kristen

    Kristen

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