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A fast-paced game that will have your students begging to play, time and time again. Students use their basic facts knowledge to try and beat t...

Flip-It Math

A fast-paced game that will have your students begging to play, time and time again. Students use their basic facts knowledge to try and beat their opponent by flipping cards over. First one to get all their cards "flipped" wins! But watch out- a twist to the game makes winning harder than it seems! **UPDATED VERSION (MAY 2014)**($)

I Have...Who Has? Time (A Game for Telling Time)

I Have...Who Has Time? A time activity. Your students will have a great time learning to tell time with this 50 page printable packet! This Math Game Includes: 5 sets of I Have...Who Has? Time cards. Telling time to the hour Telling time to the half-hour Telling time to the quarter hour Tips page that gives you many helpful ideas for using these cards.

Telling Time

Teaching your students to tell time? This is a great resource with cute penguins that students can match the analog time to the digital time! #math $

FREE Elapsed Time Worksheet! Students use a real world concept, movie theater times, in order to explore concepts of elapsed time. In this activity, students read the sample movie times and answer questions about beginning and ending times.

Telling Time Unit with Five lessons - Digital analog and elapsed time - Editable

Through this unit the student will be able to -Express the time at half hour to five minute intervals -Convert time from analog to digital time -Calculate elapsed time -Understand time periods and time relationships $4.00