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Making a Clock
Have a fun time teaching children to read analog clocks with this whole-group math activity. Using large sets of the numerals 1-12 and 0, 5, 10...55, the teacher creates a large clock on either the carpet or the white board, explaining to students the relationship between hours and minutes and how the hands of a clock are used to represent time.
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
Telling Time on the Web
Your class will comprehend mathematics and become mathematically confident by communicating and reasoning mathematically and by applying mathematics in real-world settings. They solve problems through the integrated study of number systems, geometry, algebra, data analysis, probability, and trigonometry.
1st - 3rd 21st Century Skills
New Review Time Concept Book
It's time to teach young mathematicians to read analog clocks with this printable book template. On each page is the sentence frame At we as well as blank analog and digital clocks for students to fill in as they learn to tell time in a meaningful context.
4 mins Pre-K - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Tell Time to the Hour and Minute
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.
K - 3rd Math
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.
Tell Time to the Nearest Half-hour and Relate to Events
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.
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Sun and Shadows
Why do shadows look different in the summer than in the winter? What causes day and night? How can a sundial be used to tell time? Answer these questions and more through two engaging lessons about light and shadows. Fourth and fifth graders investigate, write, and build a sundial in their pursuit to learn about some of the sun's effects on the earth.
4th - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed