Time Check - throughout the day teacher announces "time check" and students record the time from the classroom clock. At the end of the day they earn a sticker if they get all 4 correct. Could also add in elapsed time.how long since last time check.

The Elementary Math Maniac: Common Core Standards for telling time and a fun game to help your students get there! A quick and easy game to help your and grade students meet Common Core standards!

Fourth and Ten: Tick, Tock, Time. Freebie-correct link students keep on desks, throughout the day call out "time check" and students record the time. Helps kids to be able to read a clock!

What a fun way to practice telling time! "I had my students tape a Time Check strip to their desk. During the day I would randomly call out "Time Check" and students had to look at the clock and record what time it was.

How to play Fraction War. Fraction war is a suuuuuper fun game to play. It allows students to practice their fraction comparisons quickly in a slightly competitive way.

For early finishers? Math Workshop Adventures Create a new number each day. When kids finish their math assignments, they work on the number of the day problem. Introduce new concepts as the year progresses (multiplication.

Telling Time - I have, who has? game where students have to read the analog clock to discover the correct time. Each clock is rounded to the nearest five minutes.

This is a great beginning of the year activity. It would be nice to put on a bulletin board for Back to School Night, or to put into a math notebook. The kids can color the decorative edge.