It’s Daylight Saving Time and your students may be wondering what exactly is going on. Well, we did some digging and found these great teacher-approved videos to explain the concept to your preschool, kindergarten, and first-grade students.
Our teacher-approved lists are all previewed for content to make sure it is appropriate for your young learners.
With Daylight Saving Videos we found that many included references to what may happen – like heart attacks and traffic accidents going up during this time.
This activity works well with these resources:
Daylight Savings Time Explained for Kids (5:44)
This video explains what it is, what happens, and why. It breaks it down very simply for your students. (The history of it your students will love – who knew).
Daylight Saving Time Facts for Kids (9:54)
This is a very thorough video that explains the concepts in a way your students will understand done by 2 kids and a puppet. There are lots of real-world connections your students will understand.
Kid’s News Break: Daylight Savings Time (2:49)
I love this video – kids telling kids how Daylight Saving Time works! Highly recommend this one.
What is Daylight Saving Time? (2:40)
This video explores how Benjamin Franklin originally said it would be nice to have more daylight time and connects it to bug scientists. This video has great images and it is very concise and to the point for your students.
Free Daylight Saving Time Book
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I hope your students enjoy these Daylight Saving Time videos and learn some cool new facts!