Lesson Plans and Worksheets
Browse by Subject
Time Teacher Resources
Find teacher approved Time educational resource ideas and activities
In this quantitative data worksheet, pupils compute measures of central tendency, draw vertical line diagrams, and compare collected data. This 23-page worksheet contains approximately 100 multi-step problems. Explanations and examples are provided throughout the worksheet.
Second and third graders explore the size of their bodies. They use string to measure parts of their body in small groups. After measuring with string, students measure the string with a ruler. They then glue their string to a piece of paper and write down the measurement.
This lesson about area and perimeter starts with direct instruction and moves to guided practice. There is an activity for learners to practice independently when they teacher feels the time is right. Two closing questions are provided: How can a cook use perimeter to help determine how much of some foods to make? How can a cook use area to help determine how much of some foods to make?
Once your scholars have a grasp on telling time, challenge them to add and subtract intervals using number lines and Judy Clocks. Using a start and end time, learners determine time duration on their own clocks or number lines. A worksheet is included to give them independent practice, and extension activities provide more emphasis on practical use of this skill. If Judy Clocks are not available, simply have learners create their own paper clocks using brads for rotating arms!