Students love to have their names included during classroom activities. Here's a great way to practice time to the nearest 5 minute interval and a.m. and p.m. while using the names of your students. There is a partner game and a set of task cards in this resource. Each card has a time and a short word problem. Student names can easily be added by highlighting and typing student names into the pre-existing text boxes. A few minutes of editing to include all of your students!
This resource is also part of a money saving Telling Time Bundle: Task Cards and Games.
The first activity in this resource is a partner game where students get to check each other's answers for telling the correct time and if it is a.m. or p.m. based on the activity described on each card. This is a fun math game for a math center.
The second is a set of 24 task cards where students need to tell the correct time and if the activity happened in the a.m. or p.m. These cards are great as independent task cards, a game of Scoot or Roam the Room.
•2 sets of time to the nearest 5 minute interval with a.m. or p.m. cards
•12 cards in each set
•There is a spot to edit the name for each card so you can include the names of your students.
•1 Set of Scoot/Roam the Room/Task Cards for time to the nearest 5 minute interval with a.m or p.m.
•24 Task Cards with editable spot for the names of your students
•2 options: one with self checking QR code, one without
A completed set of each activity is included as well, in case you are short on time.
The task cards are great for a number of activities.
- Roam the Room- cut out the cards and display them around the room for students to find and solve. This is a great way to get students moving and engaged when practicing new skills.
-Scoot- put one card on each student’s desk. Then students move around the room to solve each problem as the teacher directs.
-Task cards for students to solve in pairs or independently
- For small group instruction
-For those with Smartboards- display on the board for whole class or group instruction
- Math Center- laminate or display an entire sheet in a plastic paper protector for students to solve
-Early Finisher activity- the cards can be displayed around the room like in Roam the Room or in a folder/envelope for students who finish early
- To save you time, you can have students put up the cards around the room for Roam the Room. The numbers will not be in the correct order, which then forces students to scan and correctly place answers on their recording sheets
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