Telling time is a math skill, as well as an essential life skill for kids. Today we share Best Learning Tools for Kids to Practice Telling Time. Some are designed for younger kids, that start with telling numbers 1 to 12, some are designed for school age kids to practice different ways of telling time. Since most kids start to learn telling time around kindergarten age, most of the learning tools below are for kids grade K to 3. We will mark those that are designed for younger kids. All tools are available on iPad and iPhone.
This is part of our Best Learning Tools for Kids on iPad series. For the whole list of the series, please visit Must-Have Free Learning Tools for Kids on iPad and Other Tablets
Best Learning Tools for Kids to Practice Telling Time on iPad and Other Tablets
To Learn more about each learning tool, please click on the tool name, you will be lead to more detailed information.
Tic Toc Time: a comprehensive teaching app about time. It starts from sundial to the clocks we use today. Kids will have a full comprehension of time concepts.
Todo Telling Time: designed for kids age 6 to 8, this app helps kids learn all aspects of time telling through fun interactive games. It also teaches calendar concepts to kids.
Jungle Time: teaches telling time with different clocks and different number styles, and kids can choose from 12 languages.
Hickory Dickory Dock: designed for young children, it starts from recognizing numbers 1 to 12. With the fun classic nursery rhyme, kids will have fun learning to tell time with Hickory Dickory Dock.
Tell the Time with Bubbimals: there are 4 games in the app to help kids learn about time from different angles, and 5 levels for each game suite kids of different skill levels. Younger kids can start with telling hours only.
Telling Time Quiz: a free app help kids practice time recognition through leveled games, starting with hour, then thirty minutes, … Games adjust to kids skill level. Kids can start using it at a younger age.
Tick Tock Clock: the app covers digital and analog clock, kids learn to use both Roman and Arabic numbers
Telling Time for Kids: a very fun app showing kids how to tell time in more than 10 languages. You can test it out with the Lite version then upgrade to full version via In-App Purchase.
Quick Clocks: part of the quick math series from Shiny Things. It is designed for kids age 6 to 8 to practice time telling skills.
Hope this list is helpful!
This is part of our Best Learning Tools for Kids on iPad series. For complete list of best learning tools for Kids on iPad and links to all posts, please visit: Must-Have Free Learning Tools for Kids on iPad and Other Tablets. In the series, we have best learning tools for the following subjects:
Math Concepts in General ; Counting ; Telling Time
Phonics ; Spelling ; Vocabulary ; Grammar ; Storytelling
Computer Coding ; Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
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Can’t wait to check these out!
Hope you will find a couple that your little ones like.
Thank you for posting this. I have boys that will benefit from this post. Thank you!
I remember how mine learned telling time, and wish I had these tools in those years. 🙂