Spanish Telling Time Unit 15: ¿Qué hora es? IN SPANISH that is filled with 233 pages of everything you need to teach time. This pack covers 4 main standards/concepts: time to the hour, time to the half-hour, mixed time to hour and half-hour, and understanding concepts of time. There is a lot of stuff in here!
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This is everything you need to print and go to teach these concepts for telling time to a variety of learners - it will save you so much time! Plus, ALL of your students will be learning and having fun at their own level since everything is already differentiated for you! This pack will make your math planning a breeze!
Each of the concepts in this unit comes with:
- Differentiated practice worksheets (3 levels) - each worksheet has a star with a letter inside it in the corner for you to easily identify its level when organizing/copying.
- A "Yo Puedo" student friendly poster and a "Estudiantes Podrán" poster. Some concepts in this unit have more than one set to accommodate multiple standards.
- Fun and hands-on math stations that include all materials, a student-friendly directions page, a directions/ideas sheet for the teacher, and a recording sheet. Many of these are easily differentiated.
- Cut and paste activity worksheets
At the end of the unit, there is a unit test that covers all of the concepts. I included 3 versions of the test so you can easily retest and/or give different tests to students to avoid copying.
For more math units like this, check out:
Unidad 1: Sentido numérico
Unidad 2: Sentido numérico parte 2
Unidad 9: Valor posicional
Unidad 10: Fluidez con operaciones
Unidad 11: Comparando números
Unidad 12: Sumando 3 números
Unidad 13: Sumar y restar números con 2 dígitos
Unidad 14: Medidas
Whole Group Graphing Questions in Spanish (from Unit 16)