There are 18 puzzles with 4 pieces.
Digital Form: 4:15
Word Form: Four Fifteen
Analog form with hands drawn on
Another way to say it: Quarter After Four
There is also a worksheet where students can copy their pieces.
How I used this in my classroom:
I printed 6 puzzles, laminated, and cut them out. I gave each student a puzzle piece. They had to go around the room and find their group. If there were extra pieces, I put them on a table and groups that were missing a piece went there to look for them. Then I collected the pieces and gave them a new piece. They had to again find their group. This time, I gave them each the worksheet so they could record their time on it in the 4 different ways.
You could also give a group a students a few puzzles and have them put them together and then each pick one they want to record.
Can also be used as a center.
One of the worksheets has "with your group" in the directions and one does not in case you do not give this as group work.