Use this cute and fun “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings to teach time and greetings
This “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings is a great way to teach “Good morning/afternoon/evening/night” along with the time.
Learning how to say the time is always fun for young learners, but now you can go even one step further with this “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings template. It’s so easy to make that you can probably even do it in under 10 minutes. After it’s complete, you’ll have a high-quality resource that’s perfect for teaching student how to tell time, as well as useful expressions used when greeting such as “Good morning/ good afternoon / good evening /good night.”
One reason that this “Good morning!” clock craft is such a hit with students is because of the way that the scene in the clock window changes from morning to afternoon to evening to night right before their eyes. Our greetings flashcards and posters are also great for teaching valuable expressions, but there’s something about all the moving parts that makes this resource one step above the rest.
Use this “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings as a resource or as a fun classroom activity
There’s no doubt that this “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings will be a regular part of many lessons for teachers, but why not go one step further and let every student make their own clock? Not only is it cheap to make, but it’s also incredibly simple with very little preparation required.
We recommend cutting out all the parts, laminating them, and cutting them out again, but you can always skip the laminating part with the kids. Just be sure to print them on a little heavier card stock if you want them to last for a few days.
What do you need to make a spinning “Good morning” clock craft?
Supplies needed to make a “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings
How to make a “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings
We probably don’t even need to explain how to make this “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings, but pictures always make things easier to visualize.
Step 1 – Download and print the free “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings template
Download the free template for a “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings with a spinning background, and print it on any size paper you like.
Step 2 – Cut out all the parts of the clock
The free “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings template has the clock face, the spinning background, and two hands to cut out. Make sure you cut out the white window of the clock face. This will allow the scene on the spinning background disc to show through, revealing morning, afternoon, evening, and night scenes.
Step 3 – (optional) Laminate all the parts and cut again
After you cut out the pieces, laminating everything and cutting again make the final “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings much stronger. If you do this, you’ll be able to get years of use no matter how much your kids play with it.
Step 4 – Assemble the “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings with a brad or rivet
Once you have cut and prepared all the parts, you can punch holes on the black dots and assemble the “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings. When it’s finished, you can move the hands and the background scene to practice saying the time of day and greetings that we use at those times.
It’s time to practice saying “Good morning/afternoon/evening/night” with “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock Craft with Greetings!
We hope you and your students agree that this is one of the coolest ways to learn greetings and the time of day in one simple, free activity. After you finish making your free craft “Good Morning!” Spinning Clock with greetings, be sure to check out the two songs below. They’re perfect for students learning how to say the time and greetings in English.
Here are some more great resources to teach “What time is it?”
1. “What Time is It?” Flashcards
These free flashcards are great for practicing the time. Plus, there are digital clocks and analog clocks!
2. “What Time is It?” Race Time Game
Here’s a fun game like “Snakes & Ladders” that will quickly become a classroom favorite!
3. “What Time is It?” Song and Video
Here’s the perfect song about learning the basic of telling time. It focuses on the “o’clock” sound and the “oh” sound in 9:09 for example.
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