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# Time Activities

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What´s the time BOARDGAME - You need small pieces of paper and a dice. Groups of two or four students. Throw the dice and say the time according to the clocks in the square. If some students fall in the "happy clock", then they have to move their pieces to the following. The winner will be the first who reaches the finish! Enjoy! Thank you. Cha. - ESL worksheets

Be a math Superhero to your kids with these fun games, PDFs and Freebies that will excite even the most math reluctant learner! #math #elementary

Elapsed time word problems freebie! Great suggestion for a video too!

Telling time past the hour can be challenging for primary kids but it doesn’t have to be a struggle for you or your students. Learn simple ways and effective strategies to make telling time easier for primary kids.

The Telling Time Activity Pack is perfect for first and second graders! The 90+ pages teach kids the foundations of telling time on a digital and analog clock: --> Recognizing the hour and minute hands --> Telling time to the nearest hour, half hour, quarter and 5-minute intervals --> Identifying A.M. and P.M. There's so much included in this set! Check out all the fun details below. INSIDE YOU'LL FIND: --> A.M. and P.M. Sort --> A.M. and P.M. Review Sheet --> Match Up Games for Time to…

A printable or digital Elapsed Time Review Activity. This activity is perfect for the end of your elapsed time unit, or as formative assessment to see what you may still need to cover. This resource includes word problems about elapsed time and multi-step problems. Perfect for reviewing or assess...

Time worksheets for learning to tell time. Produce clock faces for lesson plans or use for extra practice.

Elapsed time is such a tricky concept to teach in a way that students understand. There are a variety of methods and strategies for teaching elapsed time, but using a number line really helps my students be successful.

It's Friday again! I am so excited that it's finally May!! The end is near but we have been super busy in 2nd grade. This week was full of mClass testing, the human body and time! Here are a few pictures of our week! We survived Field Day! One of my kiddos took this picture, she was not aiming for my feet but I think it looks pretty artistic! She was trying to capture photographic proof of my terrible hula-hooping skills! Those bins from last week are now full, in fact they are overflowing…

Before I tell about this game, I have to say that I saw a picture of a similar game on someone else's blog... but I don't remember who! So...

Use this Elapsed Time Activities pages during your guided math groups. The pages included number line strategy and t-chart strategy free printables. Put these in sheet protectors and use during small group instruction. You will also find anchor charts you can create with your students. #ElapsedTime #MathCenters #MathGames #ThirdGradeMath #3rdgrademath #GuidedMath #MathTechConnections