This unit of work is designed to teach students of Japanese, how to tell the time using o'clock times. Now an additional supplement extends the unit to 'half-past' times too.It is anticipated that students already know how to count to twelve in Japanese and can recognise kanji numbers to twelve.The
Are your kids learning to tell o'clock and half past time?
Included in this pack:
- Time Bingo - 6 game boards: mixture of o'clock and half past on each bingo board
- What's the Time Mr Wolf? board game - 2 versions: o'clock and half past
- Make your own clock - cut and paste
This ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ package includes a number of activities for the Analogue and digital times for the o’clock and half past times.
1. What’s the time Mr Wolf? Posters (These posters can be reduced by choosing to print multiple pages)
2. What’s the time Mr Wolf? Game
3. Sort & match
This resource pack includes highly engaging activities to teach time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour and 5 minute intervals. It is based on the game ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf?’ This pack includes versions for each of the 4 time concepts.What’s included: ♥ Wolf clock writing craft with printable
Unit of Work Grades 1 and 2
This unit of work covers the Common Core Standards 1.MD.3 and 2.MD.7 but also includes more activities...see below
- Sequencing of events in time
- comparing duration of events
- ordering days of the week
- allocating activities to particular days
- days of the week song
This "What's the time?" PowerPoint simulator provides for practicing time by analog clock. It can be used both by 1-3 grades kids and ESL/EFL beginners in class with an interactive whiteboard and/or online. It contains 10 slides with 10 dials each, which gives an opportunity to make the time practic
A great class book to make with your students as an activity on time, but also for students to refer to whenever they wish.Each student is given the BLM of your choice (either basic analogue or analogue and digital depending on the age group) and are then required to write the given given in the wol
What's the Time Mr. Wolf? includes worksheets focusing on telling time. Students will be introduced to the concepts of on the hour, quarter past, half past and quarter to in a fun way.
Students will be engaged in activities such as draw the correct time, cut the appropriate time and paste it on t
Maths Games & Literacy Games that supplement everyday programmes used in the classroom and at home, and support the NZ Curriculum. Making learning fun! Fun interactive maths & literacy boardgames for the classroom and at home.This Game Focuses On- Measurement & Statistics Level 2Tell the
What's the time Mister Wolf? Time & AnglesTime Focus: o'clock, half past, quarter to and quarter pastThe following resource allows students to practice the following times and shows the relationship between both fractions and angles.What is included:lesson planTime to fraction anchor posterTime
Students will read this mini-book and learn new words:
Mr. Wolf: 狼先生
What's the time?几点钟
The text includes: pinyin, characters, images and English.
This zip file contains the 'What's the Time Mr Wolf?' PPT (link below) and the game board I have created as a self-assessment tool.
When I did this with the children on my Prac they absolutely loved the suspense of waiting for the clocks to be revealed and the correct time descriptions! With a litt
Exploring hour and half-hour times through an adaptation of 'What's the time Mr. Wolf?'. The children used game boards Time Game - What's the Time Mr Wolf?
to record their answers to each of the 10 times displayed. I used as a whole lesson, but can easily be used as a 'hook' or refresher.
This unit is packed with lessons, centers, printables and lots of easy to make hands-on activities that focus on telling time to the hour and half hour. There are easy to make games and manipulatives to assist students in learning about characteristics of a clock and telling time.Here's what's incl
The perfect whole class activity to use as part of teaching how to TELL TIME to 5 minute intervals.
* Partner work, lots of discussion!
* Addresses common problems encountered when learning e.g. mixing up the hour and minute hands.
How it works:
* Students walk round in pairs, discussing the times