Don't skip over digital clocks when teaching youngsters how to tell time; here are 10 opportunities for them to practice with half-hour increments. For the first five, they write the time below each clock. The format is word form (half past 12, 6 o'clock, etc.), and it's modeled once for them. The next five give the word form beneath a blank digital clock face and scholars fill in the time. You won't see any reference to a.m. or p.m., but you could easily introduce this concept by asking kids questions like, "If I was eating breakfast at half past eight, would it be a.m. or p.m.?"