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Learn To Tell Time with Music! Mitee Mite App for iOS & Android

December 4, 2016

Looking for a new way to help students learn how to tell time? The Mitee Mite Time Frame game is an educational mobile app for iOS and Android. It teaches kids how to learn to tell time with music and the superhero character Mitee Mite. This telling time game uses rhythmic music and characters to teach students how to tell time. Students can join Mitee Mite on adventures as they use this telling time app to strengthen an essential life skill. This super fun, interactive app teaches children to tell time through music.

learn-to-tell-time-with-music-mitee-mite-app-for-ios-androidMitee Mite was designed to help children learn about time in an engaging game. When you open up the app you’ll find Mitee Mite a superhero who learns lessons about dates and times, manners, measurements, and business basics. As students learn how to tell time with this mobile app, they’ll hear songs to help them remember the key concepts on how to tell time. This app is a great choice for recommending to families, or using as a morning or station activity in your classroom.

Learn To Tell Time with Music!

Mitee Mite Time Frame game has key features to help teach time-telling skills to your students:

  • Relatable: The characters in the app are a similar age as the targeted readers.
  • Fun: The plot features engaging adventures while students learning how to tell time.
  • Memorable: Songs and repetition help reinforce the learning happening inside the app and in the real world..

This app teaches children how to tell time with playful song sabout time, dates, measurements, and the calendar. Mitee Mite Time Frame is available for Android and iOS devices. You can access the apps on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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