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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.

Freebie! These original lyrics, sung to "Old McDonald", will help your students learn how to tell time. Enjoy!

Great Freebie for Christmas! Telling Time to the hour and half hour!

I Have Who Has - Time to the Hour and Half-Hour

TIME I have... who has,Make this chart, and let the child put the numbers where it says....Good way to tell time.....

Telling time: roll dice, match time on dice to clock, state time aloud

Telling Time Write the Room Freebie A Differentiated Kindergarten: Excuse me ma'am but your laminate is showing . . . and it's TIME for a freebie.

Telling time game: 3 versions available--easy differentiation (1-time to hour, 2-time to hour and half hour, and 3-lots of various times for your more advanced time-telling students)

What a great way to teach time! I know so many kids that get these confused (and it is totally understandable).

Angie Hathaway - Even tho' I could use this in 8th grade, it's probably more grade appropriate for you! (That is if you can find a clock that works. :)

Here's an activity where students roll dice, one for the hour and one for the minute, and then record and draw the time.

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Telling TIme {Hour and Half Hour}- aligned with CCSS 1st grade Great partner game for math stations or math tubs!