Common Core Telling Time Grades 1-3 for the SMART Board
In this interactive SMART Board Common Core Telling Time lesson, students will be able to watch a YouTube video explaining how to tell time, use the SMART Board's interactive features to practice telling time in both analogue and digital formats, as well as be able to solve real-world problems and manipulate parts of a clock digitally! SMART Interactive File also includes a Test Prep slide, Math Journal prompts, and a Scavenge Hunt for Clocks, and more!
☰ This product can be imported into Promethean ActivInspire (Click File--->Import--->and choose your SMART Notebook file to open)
HOME SCHOOL USERS: Use the SMART Interactive Viewer
(a FREE SMART Technologies application that will allow you to view and use this file).
Make sure to use the most current Adobe Flash Player
and SMART Notebook software. In some cases, when regular updating does not work, it is necessary for users to uninstall their version of SMART Notebook and then download the current version from SMART Technologies
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Common Core State Standard addressed:
Measurement & Data
7. Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.
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