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• Elapsed time teaching strategy

• Another pinner said: This SO worked to help my students find elapsed time! It is the most compact strategy I have seen. We drew the N then labeled counter clockwise from top left: Start Time, Next Hour, End Time, Hour of End Time. Then we went back and filled in the elapsed minutes and hours. To cross over the AM/PM, you can use the double strategy, but my 5th graders were fine with one N.

• Elapsed Time Strategy. If I ever teach math.

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One pinner says, "This is my favorite method for teaching elapsed time! The kids really get it, and it mimics what we typically do mentally."

Practice elapsed time with Phineas & Ferb. How cool is that?!

a blog with 2nd and 3rd grade math games that correlate to Common Core. has other ideas too, including teaching reading

FREE.....Elapse Time Fairy Tales.... Have your students show their understanding Traditional Literature story elements along with understanding of elapse time. This performance based center activity correlates to our new common core standards and is a great culminating assessment for these skills. Included are instructions, examples, and blank clocks to get you started.

In this packet is a game reviewing elapsed time using I have... Who has... A great way to practice and review elapsed time with your students....

Math Coach's Corner: Strategies for Elapsed Time. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is another great strategy.

Math Coach's Corner: Strategies for Elapsed Time. Love, LOVE elapsed time on a number line. And making a chart is another great strategy.

Elapsed Time Task Cards \$

Elapsed Time on a T-Chart - One Lesson at a Time

This freebie is for two printables that focus on elapsed time. The students must look at the first clock and figure out how much time has elapsed to the second in 5 minute increments. It would be a great introduction to the topic and can be used for a pre-assessment, independent practice, group work, centers, homework or sub work.

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