This time bundle includes time to the nearest 5 minute card game/task cards, time to the nearest minute PowerPoint game, and 2 sets of elapsed time word problems. These resources are great for reinforcing telling time skills.
This bundle contains the 4 following individual resources.
✭ Editable Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes
Students love to have their names included during classroom activities. Here's a great way to practice time to the nearest 5 minute interval and a.m. and p.m. while using the names of your students. There is a partner game and a set of task cards in this resource. Each card has a time and a short word problem. Student names can easily be added by highlighting and typing student names into the pre-existing text boxes. A few minutes of editing to include all of your students!
✭ Telling Time to the Nearest Minute PowerPoint Game
This PowerPoint game is a great way to have students practice telling time to the nearest minute. This 36 problem multiple choice PowerPoint game is extremely easy to use with little to no preparation. The zip file includes the game as well as instructions, optional recording sheet, and 2 worksheets. If you choose to use the recording sheets then the only preparation would be printing them.
✭ Elapsed Time Task Cards with Optional QR Codes
Elapsed time is often tricky for students. These 24 task cards allow students to practice elapsed time to the nearest 5 minute interval within an hour. All of the problems are word problems and may involve reading an analog clock. There are two sets of the same cards so you can choose whether or not you want to use the self checking QR codes.
✭ Elapsed Time Task Cards to the Nearest Minute with Optional QR Codes
These 32 task cards are fabulous practice for elapsed time to the nearest minute. Each of the task cards have a word problem addressing elapsed time. Optional QR codes are included for students to self check their answers.
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