Telling The Time | o'clock and half past activities
****INCLUDES BOTH US and Australian A4 versions****
Included in this pack are various Telling The Time activities that children can complete to help them develop their understanding of o'clock and half past times.
Telling the Time printables come in different versions so you are able to select the one that most suits your students needs and teaching preferences.
PLEASE NOTE: This pack contains BOTH a US version - and an A4 sized version!
TheTelling the Time (o'clock and half Past) printables and activities in this pack include:
• Time Hide and Seek Activities (O'clock and Half Past):
There are two different versions to choose from. To play this game you hide the small clock faces around the classroom. Children then use the ‘hide and seek’ printables to find the clocks.
Once they have found the time, they draw the hands on their sheets and continue until all clocks have been found. A reusable color version of the printables is also included, You can use these as write and wipe and either laminate them or place them into reusable plastic pouches. This game is similar to 'write the room' but with a 'telling the time' approach.
•I Can Tell The Time Printables:
Use these activities to have children create their own clocks. You can use with play dough, colored markers, or the ‘clock hands’ included. This range also includes a blank clock so children can write the numbers around the clock face. To make smaller clocks, just adjust the page layout on your printer settings.
•My Favorite Time Of The Day Printables:
Print and go – simply have children make their favorite ‘o’clock OR Half Past time (or be more specific e.g. quarter past, quarter to for children requiring extension). Children the record the digital time below the clock face, draw a a picture of what they like to do during that time of the day and write about why it is their favorite time.
•Create Your Own Clock:
Use the number strips, and clocks hands with paper plates and place in them in your creative corner for children to make their own clocks. You can use the clock hands with split pins for a movable clock, or have children glue the hands on to represent a specific time.
•Roll and cover game:
Print and laminate (or use reusable plastic sleeves) and have children cover the time with a counter or play dough balls. Two versions are included – with o’clock times and half past times and one die and two dice options.
• These telling the time printables can also be easily adapted to use for - memory games (simple print two copies or have children match o'clock and half past times).
Classroom displays - display the clocks and the 'parts of a clock' poster in your math centre or around the classroom.
Some of the activities in this pack are in black and white, others are colored to print, laminate and keep forever! There are also multiple copies of some printables, to allow for a differentiated curriculum.
For other fun and engaging math centre activities, you can check out my TPT store HERE - FOUR CHEEKY MONKEYS
Other resources and activities you may like:
★ Macca The Alpaca Literacy Center Printables
★ The Rainbow Fish Printables
★ Teddy Bear's Picnic Literacy and Numeracy Fun
★ Very Cranky Bear Literacy Fun Pack
★ Little Red Hen Makes A Pizza Literacy Pack
★ Art Elements For Kids
You can also follow me for the latest news on products and sales.
If you have any questions or are after a specific resource, I’d love to hear from you!
I hope you enjoy these resources!
For other fun ideas to do with early childhood children you can check out my blog HERE
or you can follow me on Pinterest HERE