Time After Time

Save those precious minutes and hours spent planning math lessons with this mini-unit on telling time. Offering a series of engaging hands-on and collaborative learning activities, these three lessons teach children how to read analog clocks and help them to understand the relationships between different units of time.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Create a set of laminated clocks using the included materials, using them year after year during lessons on time
  • Keep the "Teacher Observation Checklist" on a clipboard, using it to take notes on student learning during the lessons
  • As an additional activity, have students first estimate and then measure how long it takes them to complete various tasks
Classroom Considerations

  • Unit involves a shared reading of the book Telling Time with Big Mama Cat  by Dan Harper, which may be found in your school or local public library
Pros

  • Multiple worksheets and supporting printable materials are included with the resource
  • Lessons offer suggestions for reteaching or extending student learning
  • Includes two separate assessments with corresponding answer keys
Cons

  • None
Common Core

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  • Lesson Plan
  • Worksheet
  • Printable
  • Flash Cards
  • Graphic Organizer
  • Answer Key
  • Assessment
  • Game