Keep ticking, keep smiling….

Time is the wisest counsellor of all – a good saying and probably Ms. Rohitha too, of Grade II, vouches for that. This hands-on activity of clock-making on paper plate helps the child learn to tell time. Though analog clocks are a bit challenging, reading them is a skill, a child will have to master. This paper clock craft project helps kids to stay ahead of the curve.

Rohitha has created a smiling face on the clock with her imagination. Her numeracy skills in counting numbers, skip counting by 5 and general understanding of time is strengthened with this activity. Such simple DIY activities strengthen her self-esteem and makes her a proud creator, every time, all the time!