Here’s a super-fun “telling time” packet for spring, with a variety of activities, games, worksheets, assessments, and anchor charts, for telling analog & digital time to the hour and half hour.
There are blank templates, for everything, so that you can do all of the times in-between for older kiddos.
The packet includes:
* An analog “Egg-sactly” What Time Is It?” craftivity, with two size options.
Use for instruction, games, and whole group assessing.
* 4 anchor chart posters
* 3 worksheets
* “Eggs On A Roll” dice game.
* “Time To Spin And Win!” spinner game.
* 3, “Memory Match” or “I Have; Who Has?” games.
A set in color, to use for a center, plus black & white so children can make their own games to practice at home.
Students can also play “Speed” to see who can sequence the time cards the fastest, or simply have them play “Scrambled Eggs” independently and sequence the cards at their own pace.
Another game is to make extra sets, scatter them on the floor and play “It’s Time For An Egg Hunt”.
Children hop around like bunnies to find the cards, then work together to make a correctly sequenced set.
* The packet also includes an ”Itty Bitty Telling Time” booklet.
* A set of traceable time to the hour & half hour cards.
* A programmable assessment worksheet.
* A “What Time Comes Before? What Time Comes After?” whole-group, digital time assessment game.
* Digital time assessment bookmark
* Digital & analog time, assessment worksheet for time to the hour, half hour, and blank to program your own.
These could also be used with the spinner or dice to play a game with.
* “Show Me The Time!” whole-group assessment game, with an egg, Popsicle stick puppet. And finally,
* A certificate of praise bookmark
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping this packet is “eggs-actly” what you’re looking for to practice telling time in the spring.