Fun Ways To Teach Telling Time
Telling time on an analog clock is often a tricky skill for primary students to master. These telling time activities and hands-on ideas bring high engagement and a whole lot of fun when teaching first, second, and even third graders to read and write the time.
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Strategies to Teach Elapsed Time
Let me help you to teach elapsed time with these four different strategies. Check out these tips and ideas to include in a lesson while grabbing a FREEBIE!
Clocks and Telling Time Ideas - Elementary Nest
Check out these clocks and telling time ideas and resources including an easy-prep unit for teaching your elementary students.
Elapsed Time Scavenger Hunt TEKS 3.7C, 4.8C , CCSS 3.MDA.1
Your students will love this scavenger hunt. Let them work individually or in pairs to find the problems around you room. The problems involve finding elapsed time, adding time intervals, subtracting time intervals, etc. I have my students use a time line or number line to solve the problems, but the record sheet is open ended to fit any other strategies you may have. TEKS 3.7C, Teks 4.8C, and CCSS 3.MD.A.1
12 FREE Monster Themed Elapsed Time Word Problems
Need some elapsed time word problems? These 12 monster themed problems will get children working through this concept using a number line!