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#### Let's Learn About Time

Learning to read an analog clock is not a lost art! Use these worksheets as you introduce youngsters to telling time. Because much of this packet is informational and includes a lot of text, this may be intended for older students....

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#### Teaching Students to Tell Time: Three Resources for Busy Teachers

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 lesson on teaching how to tell time!

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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...

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#### Time - How Long Will it Take?

Youngsters think about the length of different periods of time. They label the seven most common units of time measurement, then answer eight questions that have to deal with those same units of time. A good worksheet!

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#### Problems Using Time

What time was it 20 minutes ago? Once your time-tellers have the basic skill down, take it up a notch with these word problems. Each one references a clock face, and scholars answer four questions for each of the three clocks (two analog...

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#### Do You Know?: Days, Months, Minutes, and Hours

It's all about time as scholars focus on years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds to practice these concepts. First they put all 12 months back in order, numbering them 1st, 2nd, etc. Two are done for them. Next, there are...

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#### In One Minute

Filled with interactive ideas, learners get a hands-on sense of time as they learn both to read an analog clock and understand time increments. First, they identify times on the hour and half-hour. Then, they discuss what times various...

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#### Wait a What?

Students investigate the concept of time by watching a video, visiting websites and exploring what a minute is. They determine which hand on the clock is a minute hand and develop time management calendars.

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#### Learning Time to 1 Minute Intervals

In this time activity, students practice telling time to 1 minute intervals. They look at the time on 9 analog clock faces and write the times on the lines under the clocks.

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#### How Many Milliseconds are in 1 Day?

Calculating the number of milliseconds in a day can be fun. Using this film, you can walk your learners through the process of converting measurements of time. It's done in an easy-to-understand progression.

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#### Got the Time? (Math Word Problems)

Upper graders work with peers to solve word problems related to time and independently solve word problems that involve calculating time. They will show their ability to solve and work through mathematical operations. A worksheet is...

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#### Telling Time: Telling Time: Half Hours

The whole class discusses the differences between the two clocks: digital and a clock with hands. They discuss the differences between the hour hand and minute hand. Students are taught telling time to the half hour. They are introduced...

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#### A Minute in Time

Here is an interesting and illuminating task for young learners. Using an egg timer to keep track of time, pupils see how much they can do in one minute's time. A brainstorm session takes place where everyone comes up with tasks they...

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#### Measuring Time in Minutes

A family's birth years are printed along a timeline along with their names. Scholars analyze the data by determining who was born first and in which year two family members were born. As an extension, have your class create a timeline...

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#### Measuring Time in Minutes

Time is measured in both months and minutes; scholars first examine a line graph to see in which months an electronic shop had sales on specific laptop brands. They answer three questions about the data. Then, they determine how much...

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#### Measuring Time in Minutes

Telling time is all about practical application; use these real-life scenarios (with a few analog clocks thrown in) to help scholars place this skill into a useful context. They read two word problems to determine how much time each...

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#### Telling Time: Two Ways to Read the Time

There are two ways to read time, and second-graders get to use both in this plan! First they'll work in pairs to match a set of cards to their correct illustration. Then the class gets re-divided into two teams to play a game. Use this...

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#### Standard Measurements

In this math worksheet, students convert standard measurements. Students give the equivalent of the standard measurements. Hints are given if needed.

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#### Time and Timetables

In this time and timetables instructional activity, students examine clock faces and tell the time. They draw pictures and indicate the time on a clock. This 22-page instructional activity contains approximately 100 problems. Answers are...

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#### Problem Solving Decision: Counting the Seconds

In this counting seconds worksheet, students determine how many seconds old they are by following 6 directives and filling in 16 blanks.

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#### Hours and Minutes (2)

For this time increments worksheet, students change 9 specific hours into minutes and then write 10 specific minutes into hours and minutes.

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#### Units of Time

In this time units worksheet, learners fill in the blank with either minutes, seconds, months, hours, or days to make the sentence complete.

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#### Minutes

In this one minute activities worksheet, 1st graders view 6 pairs of activities, circle the activity that takes about one minute and then put an X on the activity that takes more than one minute.

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#### Find the Pattern

In this pattern worksheet, students complete 4 different patterns involving elapsed time where they examine 3 clocks on each problem and then determine the next clock in each pattern.