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History of Time

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The History of Time can be explored today as we change to Daylight savings time. Its a simple project. Go to the Wilkes Public Library and get books on time.

You can also seek web resources such : http://www.webexhibits.org/daylightsaving/d.html . You can explore books on learning to tell time with your smaller kids. You can find all sorts of books about Spring which is around the corner. Explore the history of time and even how they make clocks. Older home schoolers might be able to make their own custom clocks. Check it out at : http://blog.diynetwork.com/maderemade/how-to/how-to-make-a-diy-clock/.

You can even learn how clocks have evolved to work with the cell. You can explore all aspects of time management. Check out the Samsung Galaxy Note with gear. This can be a fun lesson . Exploring Time in History and the tools we can use to manage our time. These are great projects to do with your kids.

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