Thursday, March 9, 2017

Telling Time Bundle

 Help you kids master telling time with this bundle. This packet is loaded with  hands on activities that make telling time fun.
All my telling time resources are color coded in the same way
1. pink set - time to the hour
 2. pink set - time to the hour with am, pm
 3. blue set - quarter past the hour
 4. orange set - time to the half hour
 5. green set - quarter to the hour
 6. yellow set - time to the nearest 5 minutes

 You can differentiate easily by customizing with target pages.

Helps to meet common core standards:
CCSS.Math.Content.1.MD.B.3 - Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.
2.MD.C.7 - Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes using a.m and p.m

Telling Time packets available in my store separately and in this bundle: 
This resource is a cut and paste activity. Students have to read the time, cut them out, color them, and paste them under the proper clock. When your students finish this activity you will get four great posters to display.
Color and black and white version included.
 







To make the clip cards you simply:
- cut around the edge,
- fold in half and
- glue.
You can laminate them if you like.

Use a clothespin. Pick the answer. Flip the card over to check is it correct.








 I have who has is an easy-to-play game, a great way to practice with the whole class.

Six I have, who has games included.
149 cards in total. +149 cards B&w version

The cards are color coded:
1. pink set - time to the hour - 13 cars
2. pink set - time to the hour with am, pm - 24 cards
3. blue set - quarter past the hour - 24 cards
4. orange set - time to the half hour - 24 cards
5. green set - quarter to the hour - 24 cards
6. yellow set - time to the nearest 5 minutes - 40 cards

Directions for use are also included.


 These task cards and game cards will give your students plenty of practice.

- Time to the Hour
- Time to the Half Hour
- Quarter to the Hour
- Quarter Past the Hour
- Time to the nearest 5 minutes

This kit includes:
-144 task cards
- 6 different recording sheets
- Bang cards

Task cards are super effective, simple and fun resources for any centers, stations, partner work, individual work, classroom games. You can use these cards to play Bang or Scoot classroom game.

You can differentiate easily by customizing with target pages.

Scoot is a great game to play with task cards. Simply place a task card on each desk in your classroom. Students move around the classroom answering questions. Children will answer the questions on their answer sheets.
Say “SCOOT!” when you want them to move to the next number. You can go as fast as you like. Then you can check the answers with the class.

If you want to play BANG classroom game, just add some Bang cards, place all the cards in a pile on the table and get ready to play the game! Players take turns to take a card. If they know the answer, they keep the card. If the player is incorrect, the card goes back under the pile. Continue taking turns and collecting correctly answered cards. If students get a BANG card, they have to give all of their cards back to you. The player with the most cards wins the game.

Telling Time Task Cards
These clock labels will help your students learn to tell time. Just print, laminate, cut and place around your clock. The labels are in five minute intervals. I have also included o'clock, quarter past, quarter after, half past, quarter to and quarter before.


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