Todo Telling Time by the well-known Locomotive Labs, is an engaging app with many activities to learn different aspects of telling time. Calendar concepts, days of the weeks, time to the hour and minute as well as schedule components. Practice both analog and digital time. There are six leveled games within the app. This app does an outstanding job of breaking down individual skills that are necessary for telling time.
The home screen corresponds with the correct time of day (analog and digital) along with the date, which makes a nice application. You will notice that 10:00 pm has an evening sky with a moon and an earlier time of day (like shown below) with a daylight scene.
Learning the sequence of days and months is easy with the puzzle activity. There is also a date arranging puzzle corresponding with the number of days for the current month.
Practice setting digital time to a corresponding analog clock or set an analog clock to a corresponding activity such as brushing your teeth.
The ferris wheel activity helps familiarize the learner with number orientation on the clock face.
A nice leveled multiple-choice quiz activity allows for assessing some newly learned skills! There is not a read aloud option for the quiz activity, so unless the child is an independent reader this will require adult support. Adult support is a positive thing and allows for some interaction between the learner and teacher.
This is an excellent app, which is aligned with common core state standards for telling time. I highly recommend this one!
I think you will agree learning to tell time can be fun with this app. Engage your learner in so many critical areas of time telling with Todo Telling Time. Tic Toc, what are you waiting for? Download it now.
About the Author
Jackie Bryla is a school based SLPA in California. Her experience includes working with transitional kindergarten through high school age students as well as the functional skills population in the public schools. She regularly presents iPad Trainings for California State University Sacramento, American River College and San Joaquin Delta College speech and language programs. Jackie is also founder of act – Apps, Consulting and Training. She is an app beta tester for educational app developers. Jackie is a board member for the California Speech Language Hearing Association (CSHA) and is an active CSHA District 2 Advisory Committee member in the Sacramento area. Jackie received the outstanding SLPA for CSHA in 2012.