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  • Ashlyn Renee

    Great activity for kids to practice telling time. The dice have either numbers or 15 minute increments on it. Kids roll the die, and then have to put the right time on the clock. Great center idea!

  • Meghan Zigmond

    Telling time - make time dice to use with clocks

  • Chelle Colleen

    Learn to tell time clock game. This would be a great math center!

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Step right up and grab this telling time worksheet and answer key. It's great as a review or as a quiz!

paper clocks showing times of periods of the day (lunch, recess, dismissal, specials)

Having students make these clocks is sure to foster understanding with telling time!

This idea provides ways for students to get the information they’re seeking on their own {as much as possible} Younger students can be preoccupied with time – “When are we going to lunch?”, “What time is gym”, “Is it time to go home yet?”, etc. While the original design by Donna of Peace, Love and Learning is not a bulletin board, you could easily make it into one!

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Telling Time - might make telling time just a little more fun! Great printable that can be glued to a paper plate for more durability.

To make this game, you'll need to print out two game boards and then write the 12 different times two times each on the foam shapes or your own cards (so you'll have 2 sets of 12 times for a total of 24 digital times) AND you need to write "Time is Up!" on 5 shapes/cards. Students work in pairs to play and one partner pulls out a digital time and places it on the matching clock on their board.