Head Band Telling Time Games for 2nd Graders

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This package supports the 2nd Grade common core standards and includes:

-60 Head Band Cards (3 sets/20 cards in a set)
Set 1: Telling Time (Hour & Half Hour)
Set 2: Telling Time (To 5 Minutes)
Set 3: Telling Time (A.M. or P.M.
-Student Answer Sheet

Directions:
This game works best during whole group while studying telling time. Each student is given a card to stick into their headbands. They are also given a student answer sheet to record their answers. The students walk around the room, look at the cards on each other's heads, and write the correct time onto their answer documents beside the matching number.

Headband Suggestions:
1) Laminated sentence strips using velcro or paper clips for card attachments.
2) (MY FAVORITE) Purchase a class set of those cheap stretchy thin headbands. Students just slip the cards into them to hold them in place. You could even buy those cheap individual plastic containers from the Dollar Tree to separate them all.

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Search Topics: second grade, math, telling time, clock, five minutes, hour, half hour, am, pm, a.m., p.m., common core, game, headband, headbands, head band, head bands
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23
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Head Band Telling Time Games for 2nd Graders
Head Band Telling Time Games for 2nd Graders
Head Band Telling Time Games for 2nd Graders
Head Band Telling Time Games for 2nd Graders