Elapsed Time Word Problems Task Cards Worksheet Assessment
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Elapsed time is one of the hardest 3rd grade math standards to teach. This set provides students with much-needed practice in solving elapsed time word problems.
- Multiple-Choice Task Cards
- Open-Response Task Cards
- Digital activities
Each task card has a short word problem that requires students to determine the elapsed time, the beginning time, or the ending time based on the interval that has passed.
Includes hour, half hour, quarter hour, and 5 minute intervals.
There are 2 sets of task cards. The questions are the same, but one set has multiple choice answers while the other has open-response.
Each set includes:
- 20 task cards
- recording sheet
- answer key
The is a one-page activity that has 4 elapsed time word problems with space to solve and show work. This can be used for independent practice, homework, or a short assessment.
This resource includes a digital version in Easel. You can assign these for students to complete on any device. There are answer boxes for students to type in. They can also use the pen tool to draw on the screen.
STANDARDS SUPPORTED BY THIS RESOURCE:
Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem on a number line diagram.
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