Check out the one day review unit all about telling time skills! We pretended to be secret agents with various tasks throughout the day. I started by using white string and black lights to decorate the classroom like lasers. Next, we used a finger scanner app (free download) to enter the classroom.
Kids had four tasks to complete by the end of the day.
There are different telling time tasks that can be mixed and matched for different students as you see fit. You can also use the extra activities as a way of differentiating for your students.
Task 1: Writing the time
Each page has 4 digital times and 4 blank clocks to write the time. Some pages are all to the nearest quarter hour, while others are to the nearest 5, while others are exact to the minute. Give the students exactly what they need to work on and what is appropriate for each learner.
Task 2: Around the Room
9 question cards with telling time practice for each around the room game. Put them around the room. Kids have one answer sheet with 9 boxes. Answer the problems in the corresponding box. These problems are focused on reading clocks to the nearest quarter. Each around the room question has a clock pictured and students must write the time on their answer sheet. ***There are 36 different questions so you can play this game three times, or choose the questions you'd like to use for this one day review.
Task 3: Skip Counting/Odd and Even
Choose the appropriate activities for each child so that every student has differentiated activities that match their needs. Students are skip counting and labeling around the clock(by 5s, 10s, 15s, and 20s). There are other activities with circling the odd or even numbers on the clock.
Task 4: Word Problems
The word problems are entirely focused on reading the clock, and then adding minutes to determine a new time. The word problems are rewritten so you can give some students multiples of 5 to add, or other students can have more challenging problems.
Included: EVERYTHING IS INCLUDED IN BLACK/WHITE and COLOR, images to decorate folders for the tasks, images to decorate your classroom creatively, printable for students (binoculars, notepads), multiple versions of decor(footprints, briefcases, files, etc.), and student pages, secret agent badges, etc.
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