Grade 2 Supplement Set D7 - Measurement: Telling Time

Are you tired of your students asking you what time it is? Well, let this be your answer. First graders will enjoy the task of learning to tell time while playing with these hands-on-activities that include a matching game of digital and analog time. This resource is a great way to supplement your unit and improve time telling to the half hour and hour.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Supplement this resource into a primary lesson series on telling time 
  • Write the daily schedule on the board and have kids copy, then they will draw digital and analog clocks to show the times; example: Lunch 11:30 am 
  • Use the worksheets as formative assessments or quizzes 
Classroom Considerations

  • A digital and analog clock are required to teach this lesson
  • Children should have individual analog clocks with movable hands
  • Card stock paper copies will last longer for for printing out the digital clock cards; however, you  might have to adjust to copy lighter on black-and-white printer
Pros

  • Hands-on-activities and games to learn how to tell time
  • Resource is a great extension to use in class or at home
  • Clock card resources can be used in any language
Cons

  • None