eeBoo Time Telling Game
Kids who are learning to tell time and are beyond the hour and half hour stage and ready for switching from analog to digital as well as mastering the terminology of two forty-five, one fifteen, quarter of, quarter after, etc. The game comes with four clock faces. One player pulls a digital card and all players set their clock to match. Now the digital card is turned over so players check to see if they set their clock face correctly. Each correct play gets 3 points. Winner is first to get 25 points. This is the easy game. The Speed Game is played the same way only the one who sets the clock correctly first gets the points. This is marked 5 & up, we’d say this will be a more appropriate challenge for late first and second graders.
Ages: Early School
Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award 2016