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Time Game - excellent for 3rd grade!

Show how three different math problems have the same answer. Click to get the free downloaded puzzles

perimeter and area game; roll dice and race to cover the most board

Give Me Half: great way to incorporate a book then allow students to create examples that they learned about.

Telling time & writing...I need to learn to tell time so I can....

Telling Time Freebie. Use this throughout the day. When a buzzer goes off, everyone stops and records the time on the classroom clock. Quick, easy practice telling time.

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Practice Telling Time with Easter Eggs - 25 More DIY Educational Activities for Kids

3rd Grade Thoughts: Multiplication Songs & Bingo

This is a great physical activity to practice telling time. It can help your student improve their comprehension of "half past" an hour telling time.

Hands-on investigation for learning how to understand time

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Acing Math (One Deck At A Time!) is a collection of math games ranging from Kindergarten to the upper elementary grades, using only an ordinary deck of playing cards. There are games covering addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percents, decimals, patterns, positive and negative integers, as well as many others. Links to other great activities as well. @Megan McAlister

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love this idea! Have each child make one of these. Give each child a sheet with everyone's name on it. They walk around and ask their peers, "What time is it?". Without "telling", they simply show their watch. Times are recorded on the record sheet. When each child has "asked" everyone, meet back and check.

Teaching Time-anchor chart connecting telling time to the quarter and half hour with fractions of a circle.

"What's the Time?" video. Fun way to introduce or review telling time.

Instead of 100 board cut-outs, try these number puzzles. Students work on one more, one less, ten more, and ten less while putting them together.