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Here is a terrific lesson plan on telling time designed for 2nd graders. Learners practice how to tell time to the nearest five minutes. They learn how many seconds are in a minute, a how many minutes are in an hour, and how many hours are in a day. All of this knowledge gets put to use by playing online games on the computer, putting together flip books that are about telling time, and doing some old fashioned drill and practice. A fabulous all-around lesson that covers this important topic quite well.
Several activities are provided for your young learners to practice telling time. One suggestion is to provide each learner with their own clock. After you read the time, each learner must place the clock's hands in the correct place and hold it up. A quick and easy way to assess your learners!
Review basic numbers before reviewing how to tell time in Spanish. First, language learners count from 1-15, and then they translate written time from Spanish into numbers and vice versa.
In this second grade instructional activity your class will practice telling time. The goal is to tell time to five minutes using an analog clock. Your young students count by 5 minute intervals and discuss elapsed time.
Elementary schoolers develop time-telling skills, one skill at a time. They examine the connection between time on digital and analog (clock-face) clocks. An excellent activity on teaching how to tell time!
Students practice telling time by using an analog clock and its corresponding look in written notation. Using the correct numbers, students examine an analog clock and write the time.
Judy Clocks are a great invention. Here, learners review telling time to hour and half hour on Judy clocks, begin telling time to quarter hour, use clock stamps to practice, and play computer games using Trudy's Time and Place House educational software.
Young mathematicians practice how to tell time to the minute, and to the hour, using manipulative clocks. They practice these skills at assigned Internet sites after listening to a teacher read aloud of Eric Carle's The Grouchy Ladybug. They also make a clock to practice and demonstrate with at home.
Students demonstrate how to tell time using an analog clock. For this time measurement lesson, students read the book Clocks and More Clocks and use analog clocks to demonstrate the time that the teacher called out.
Have your youngsters play on-line with this math activity. They use an on-line activity called "Clockwise" to help them practice telling time. Note: You have to have Java installed to load the computer game.
Young scholars create a paper analog clock to aid them in their learning process of telling time to the nearest minute. In this time telling lesson, students complete problems on the SmartBoard with a time telling game.
First graders practice telling time while exploring the relationship between music with numbers. In this interdisciplinary math and music lesson, 1st graders complete a number worksheet, create their own clocks and recite a song about telling time.
The clock is ticking and it is time for your first graders to learn how to read an analog and a digital clock. This math lesson includes reading pages from Telling Time by Jules Older, observing the two different types of clocks, as well as interacting with the PowerPoint provided. Lastly, the class will participate in making a human clock! Note: Two Word documents are also provided.
Youngsters examine how to tell time to the nearest half-hour. They discuss why people wear watches, listen to the book "What Time Is It?" by Sheila Keenan, view examples on a model clock, and complete a worksheet with the teacher.
In this telling time learning exercise, students look at the analog clock and write the time to the second. Students complete 10 problems total.
Students discover how to tell time to the hour. They practice the skill by playing time telling game with a partner.
Students fill in a time worksheet for the hours and half hours on a clock. In this time lesson plan, students are introduced to telling time and learn how to separate the clock hands. Students then fill in a sheet about time after seeing it modeled by their teacher.
Students take part in various activities ranging from creating a human clock, to small group problem solving to reinforce the concept of telling time accurately to five minutes on an analog clock.
Second graders identify how to tell time to the quarter hour. Then they complete a worksheet of twelve problems on their own given ten minutes and getting at least eight correct. Students also practice telling time as a class while the teacher demonstrates a time, each students called on needs to respond with the correct time shown.
In this telling time worksheet, students first read a two page information text about clocks and telling time. Students write the time to the nearest minute on 9 clocks.