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Student develop their telling-time skills. In this telling time lesson, students listen to the story More and More Clocks. Students observe their instructor modeling how to tell time on a Judy clock. Students then work with a partner to tell time in 5 minute increments.
Help young learners tell time! There are two exercises provided here; one requires learners to match the analog clock to the written time it represents, and the other requires them to write the correct digital time for a group of written times.
Students write the time in analog and digital clocks to the hour. In this time lesson plan, students write the correct time to the hour in an analog and digital clock and take a time quiz.
Learners discover how to tell time. In this telling time lesson, students examine the parts of analog clocks and then use an activity page to make their own paper clocks. Learners practice telling time to the hour using the clocks.
Students practice their skills in telling time and reading clock faces by singing simple songs and reading two clever poems.
Students complete a worksheet to demonstrate telling time to the quarter hour. They play a time telling game and take a quiz.
Students identify numerals on a clock and put them in correct order. They identify the hour and minute hands on a clock. Students practice time skills by telling time by the hour using a standard clock.
Learners study time and learn a new format for time with blocked segments of time. In this time lesson, students review analog clocks and the passage of time. Learners use the Google calendar to learn the agenda format for segments of time. Students then make their own agenda using the Google calendar.
Students use common expressions associated with going ou to eat to practice telling time. They engage in a dialogue with the teacher both asking for things at the right time and answering questions about time approximations.
In this telling time to the quarter hour worksheet, learners analyze each of 6 clocks and write the correct time. Then students draw a line between 6 clocks and the times they tell. All clocks show quarter to the hour.
Fourth graders, after making paper plate clocks, review time zones and practice telling time in other time zones. They show how to change time zones on their clocks and how to show the time in their part of the country.
In this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders focus on the half hour. Students answer 6 questions writing in the correct time and 6 matching questions drawing a line from the clocks to their correct time.
For this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders focus on the minute hand. Students answer 6 questions writing in the given time and complete 6 multiple choice questions by drawing a line from the clocks to the correct time.
In this telling time to fifteen minutes learning exercise, learners solve 6 questions in which they tell the time to quarter to the hour. Students draw hands on clocks and match times with clocks.
In this clock worksheet, 3rd graders practice telling time. Students create a clock with an hour hand and a minute hand for mastery of telling the time.
In this online interactive telling time worksheet, learners read a description of how to tell time and then respond to 10 questions that require them to record the times on 10 clocks.
For this online interactive telling time worksheet, students read a description of how to tell time and then respond to 10 questions that require them to record the times on 10 clocks.
In this telling time worksheet, students write the time that is shown on 6 analog clock faces. They tell time to the hour in each example and write the time on the blank line below each clock face.
In this telling time worksheet, learners practice their time-telling skills. Students are given six clock faces and a time for each clock. Learners are to draw the hands on the clock face representing the time provided.
In this telling time worksheet, students read a time written to the nearest hour and circle the clock in each row that shows that time. Then students read the times underneath 4 blank clocks and draw the hands on the clocks.