This packet has 10 printable pages to help students tell time to the nearest minute using analog clocks and digital clocks. Students answer questions like:
What time is the earliest clock?
What time is the latest clock?
Which clock is a palindrome (the same forwards as backwards)?
Which clock uses the sun to tell time?
Which clock uses gravity to tell time?
Which clocks are two minutes apart?
Which clock is quarter til?
Which clock is quarter past?
Which clock is half past?
Which clock uses only odd digits?
Telling time to the nearest minute has never been more fun, or challenging. Use these handouts at a Math Center, for homework, for early finishers, at the beginning of the year or end of year, right before the summer or whenever. Take a look at the Preview to see sample pages.
If you are interested in time and clock TASK CARDS, then take a look at this series:
Telling time to the nearest half hour (48 Task Cards)
Telling time to the nearest quarter hour (48 Task Cards)
Telling time to the nearest five minutes (48 Task Cards)
Telling time to the nearest minute (48 Task Cards)
If you would like more time and clock PACKETS, then click on one of these links:
Telling Time (First Grade)
Telling Time (Second Grade)
Telling Time (Third Grade)
Telling Time at the North Pole
Elapsed Time: Reindeer can tell time
Spider Math: Time and Clocks
Patterns: Time, Multiplication and Numbers
Acrostic Writing: Days of Week, Months of Year, Seasons, and Time of Day
Telling Time: Problem Solving
Problem Solving with Clocks
Time: Clocks, Intervals and Word Problems
What Time is it (to the nearest minute)