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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.

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.

Clock Search!  Post 20 clock pictures around the room, and students must go searching for each one.  They write the time when they find it!  Too much fun!  FREE on TpT!  Mr. First Grade

Post 20 clock pictures around the room, and students must go searching for each one. FREE on TpT! First Grade +add a QR code to make it self checking!

A quick and easy game to help your 2nd and 3rd grade students meet Common Core standards! Plus a few more telling time ideas from The Elementary Math Maniac!

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 - Students keep this on their desk and the teacher calls out time check several different times a day.

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!

Colored plastic wrap, quartered, placed over clock to show fractions, quarter hours.

TELLING TIME TEACHING TIP~ Use colored plastic wrap, quartered, placed over clock to show fractions, quarter hours, etc. by mallory

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.

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.

A fun game to help learn fractions - Fraction War.

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.

Number of the day, love the idea of putting it in a pocket chart. You can change out the skills.

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.

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....

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.

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.

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Math Journals (another option if you don't want to do Interactive Student Notebooks OR something you can merge into ISNs)