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    Telling Time Game

    Take a look at how I get first graders to meet Common Core standards for telling time!

    How to Use a Protractor Freebie

    The Teacher's Backpack: Daily 5 Folders. A great way to help students organize their own materials, especially materials and anchors they need to keep over time and continue to reference, like rubrics and checklists. Could use with projects throughout the year, math work, research projects, science labs, etc.

    Must do this! I think it's REALLY funny that most kids can't read and analog clock...everything is digital now! ...and over half of them have phones that tell the time too!

    I Have, Who Has Time to the Hour and Half-Hour by Teaching Little Miracles

    teach telling time

    Telling time

    FREE Dolch Words & Phrases Book This is a black & white booklet I make for all of my students each year. It contains all 11 lists of the Dolch Sight Words plus the Dolch Phrases for the students to practice at home.

    My practicum student brought this activity in as a station during math game day and my students LOVED it. It also greatly improved their comprehension of "half past" an hour telling time.

    Great way to reinforce time

    Teaching time!

    clocks to minute poster

    Love this! Students write math story problems using character and setting cards. :)

    {Free} Doubles Strategy Cards-help the students visualize this strategy with these free cards!

    what time is it?

    match the times

    White board clock with hula hoop.

    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.

    Free foldable clock template