This telling time activity is meant to get your students moving. It is especially appealing to your kinesthetic learners and is tiered to meet the various readiness levels of all your students. Print, cut and laminate the clock cards. Mount them with painters tape around your classroom. They are tiered and color coded based on the readiness of your student. Each tier contains 12 cards, 2 sets, that you can change out to extend learning. Students use the corresponding colored recording sheets to identify the time on the spring clock with the corresponding colored border. Green borders represent time to the hour, yellow borders represent time to the hour and one half hour and purple borders are for time to a five minute mark. Of course, if you prefer not to mount these around your room, you could simply place them in a seasonal bucket and have students draw a card and record what they find. I also like to extend this activity by having the students make the time on an individual clock when they have recorded all their answers.
LOOOOOVE THIS!!! I do a lot with write the room throughout the school year. I was able to post all of the clocks around the room and the students did a great job walking around, reading the clock and writing the time!!!!
September 23, 2012
love these games!
September 7, 2012
My students LOVED looking for their colors. Thank you!