Telling Time Snowball Fight: Students have a one minute indoor snowball fight, then they grab a snowball and read the clock printed on the snowball. For upper grades, write a word problem to accompany the clock, during it into elapsed time.
T is for telling time.Whether your kids are just reaching the age where they are ready to learn to tell time, or they are struggling to grasp the concept, these fun activities are just what you need to make the learning process fun and engaging!
Telling Time The students will become actively engaged in learning by using hula hoops as the analog clock and moving the minute and hour hand to create different times. Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.