# Telling Time Activities

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Telling the Time Activities and ideas for kids

Learning to tell the time can be fun! These telling time worksheets for time to the quarter hour include cut and paste activities and also color by number activities! There are games too so you will have plenty of different ways to practice telling time to the quarter hour! Perfect for home or school!

Hello darlings! If you read Jamie's last post, you know that we just finished our Time Unit in third grade. Jamie has some FABULOUS resour...

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Help them practice telling time to the minute in a variety of ways. This packet includes printble color board games, Color by Code activities and also Cut and Paste worksheets. There are activities for digital, analog times, elaspded time, a.m. and p.m. and also time in words. Loads of great practice for telling time to the nearest one minute. Use in the classroom or send home for home learning. These are perfect for third grade and also suitable for those in second grade and fourth grade.

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This is a game changer Understanding elapsed time can be tricky. Even with a small clock to manipulate kids can get tripped up. I pinned to my Pinterest Math Teacher board a link for a YouTube video that explains how to use this simple T-chart although you can see here how we worked it out. #Pinterestforthewin #elapsedtime #iteachmath #iteachthird {Temporary link in my profile}

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…

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…

Teaching how to tell time start with learning telling time to the hour and half hour. Here are 18 quick resources including activities, telling time worksheets and printables.

Here are a few anchor charts from the past few weeks: We loved our time unit this week! One of the great resources provided by Everyday Math is the Game book. This week we used three games: Match Time, Time Concentration, and Prize Time. Prize Time involves assigning each student a time on their desk. If they come to you at their assigned time, then they can get a prize. What a cool way to motivate them to learn time! We loved teaching Change from \$5.00 after subtraction this year. It went…