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You are going to love this unit on telling time!

It is geared for different levels and abilities. The worksheets come in three different levels (telling time to the hour, telling time to the half hour, and quarter past/quarter to). Perfect for Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade. There is a lot of variety and opportunities to practice time skills, so just print what you need!

This 100 page bundle includes engaging no-prep worksheets, hands-on games and centers, and literacy activities.

Enjoy!

Here’s what’s included…

When Did it Happen? – Students cut out the pictures of daily activities and put them in order.

When Does it Happen? – Students write the numbers to put the daily activities in order (pictures).

When Does it Happen? – Students write the numbers to put the daily activities in order (words).

Estimating Time – Students use non-standard units (claps) to estimate how long different tasks take.

Estimating Time – Students use standard units (seconds, minutes, hours) to estimate how long different tasks take.

Estimating Time – A mini-assessment (half page) where students circle the best time unit to measure different activities (seconds, minutes, hours).

Math Journal – Students write about what takes longer – painting a picture or drinking water.

Home Extension – A time assignment for students to take home. They have to pick three activities they do on Saturday, and draw them in order.

Units of Time – Poster for your classroom or math bulletin board.

Units of Time – Poster for students to fill out and glue into their math workbooks.

A.M. or P.M. – Students circle A.M. or P.M. for each activity.

Math Journal – Students compare midnight and noon.

What Can You Do in a Minute – Students estimate how many times they can do different tasks in 1 minute. Then, they set a timer for 1 minute to see how many times they can actually do the task in 1 minute. Great activity for students to see how long a minute is!

Minutes on a Clock – Students count by 5’s, and then use the information to write the minutes on the clock.

Clocks in Quarters - Students separate the clock into quarters, and then cut and paste words (half past, quarter to, quarter past) onto the clock.

Parts of a Clock – Students colour the clock parts (clock face, minute hand and hour hand) and assemble the clock according to the instructions.

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour).

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour and half hour).

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

Showing Time to the Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time to the Half Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter to) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter Past) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter Past and Quarter to) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time – Students write the time on the analog clock. Includes time to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to.

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (to the hour).

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (to the half hour).

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (quarter past and quarter to).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the half hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour and half hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (quarter past and quarter to).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

Telling Time to the Hour – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time (Quarter Past and Quarter to) – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time– Students write the times shown on the clock (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

CHALLENGE Telling Time – Students write the times shown on the clock (to 5 minutes). Some students may be ready for more difficult time questions.

What Happens in Your Day – Students draw and write the time for several daily events.

Elapsed Time – Students look at one clock, and circle the clock that shows the correct elapsed time.

Elapsed Time – A half-page assessment involving four simple time problems involving time to the hour.

Elapsed Time Stories - Four elapsed time problems involving time to the hour and half hour.

All in a Day’s Work – Four elapsed time problems involving time to the hour, half hour, quarter past, and quarter to.

Elapsed Time Problems – Two elapsed time problems involving quarter past, quarter to and half past times.

EXTRA CHALLENGE: Elapsed Time Problems Set 1 –Two elapsed time problems involving time to 5 minutes.

EXTRA CHALLENGE: Elapsed Time Problems Set 2 –Two elapsed time problems involving time to 5 minutes.

Home Extension – A second homework page for students to draw events that they do after school and write the time.

Time Flies Review – A 2-page review that includes clock basics, analog to digital time, and elapsed time.

Math Journal – A final journal assessment for students to draw, explain and write about all that they have learned about clocks.

Task Cards – Includes six task cards for activities for students to do with the clock flashcards. Perfect for math centres.

Time Flashcards – Includes two sets (digital time and analogy time, and word and digital time) as well as ideas on how to use them in your classroom. All times to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to are included.

Word Wall Word Cards

Telling time – Time poem for your students to read.

Hickory Dickory Dock – Time poem for your students to read.

Blank Pages for Story Writing – Includes 3 different writing pages for students to write their own time story.

Small Clock Labels for Classroom Clock

Large Clock Labels for Classroom Clock

It is geared for different levels and abilities. The worksheets come in three different levels (telling time to the hour, telling time to the half hour, and quarter past/quarter to). Perfect for Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade. There is a lot of variety and opportunities to practice time skills, so just print what you need!

This 100 page bundle includes engaging no-prep worksheets, hands-on games and centers, and literacy activities.

Enjoy!

Here’s what’s included…

When Did it Happen? – Students cut out the pictures of daily activities and put them in order.

When Does it Happen? – Students write the numbers to put the daily activities in order (pictures).

When Does it Happen? – Students write the numbers to put the daily activities in order (words).

Estimating Time – Students use non-standard units (claps) to estimate how long different tasks take.

Estimating Time – Students use standard units (seconds, minutes, hours) to estimate how long different tasks take.

Estimating Time – A mini-assessment (half page) where students circle the best time unit to measure different activities (seconds, minutes, hours).

Math Journal – Students write about what takes longer – painting a picture or drinking water.

Home Extension – A time assignment for students to take home. They have to pick three activities they do on Saturday, and draw them in order.

Units of Time – Poster for your classroom or math bulletin board.

Units of Time – Poster for students to fill out and glue into their math workbooks.

A.M. or P.M. – Students circle A.M. or P.M. for each activity.

Math Journal – Students compare midnight and noon.

What Can You Do in a Minute – Students estimate how many times they can do different tasks in 1 minute. Then, they set a timer for 1 minute to see how many times they can actually do the task in 1 minute. Great activity for students to see how long a minute is!

Minutes on a Clock – Students count by 5’s, and then use the information to write the minutes on the clock.

Clocks in Quarters - Students separate the clock into quarters, and then cut and paste words (half past, quarter to, quarter past) onto the clock.

Parts of a Clock – Students colour the clock parts (clock face, minute hand and hour hand) and assemble the clock according to the instructions.

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour).

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour and half hour).

Two kinds of Clocks – Students practice making digital and analog clocks tell the same time (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

Showing Time to the Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time to the Half Hour – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter to) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter Past) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time (Quarter Past and Quarter to) – Students write the time on the analog clock.

Showing Time – Students write the time on the analog clock. Includes time to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to.

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (to the hour).

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (to the half hour).

What time is It? – Students check off the digital answer that tells the correct analog time (quarter past and quarter to).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the half hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour and half hour).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (quarter past and quarter to).

Time Match – Students draw a line from each watch to the correct time (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

Telling Time to the Hour – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time (Quarter Past and Quarter to) – Students write the times shown on the clock.

Telling Time– Students write the times shown on the clock (to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to).

CHALLENGE Telling Time – Students write the times shown on the clock (to 5 minutes). Some students may be ready for more difficult time questions.

What Happens in Your Day – Students draw and write the time for several daily events.

Elapsed Time – Students look at one clock, and circle the clock that shows the correct elapsed time.

Elapsed Time – A half-page assessment involving four simple time problems involving time to the hour.

Elapsed Time Stories - Four elapsed time problems involving time to the hour and half hour.

All in a Day’s Work – Four elapsed time problems involving time to the hour, half hour, quarter past, and quarter to.

Elapsed Time Problems – Two elapsed time problems involving quarter past, quarter to and half past times.

EXTRA CHALLENGE: Elapsed Time Problems Set 1 –Two elapsed time problems involving time to 5 minutes.

EXTRA CHALLENGE: Elapsed Time Problems Set 2 –Two elapsed time problems involving time to 5 minutes.

Home Extension – A second homework page for students to draw events that they do after school and write the time.

Time Flies Review – A 2-page review that includes clock basics, analog to digital time, and elapsed time.

Math Journal – A final journal assessment for students to draw, explain and write about all that they have learned about clocks.

Task Cards – Includes six task cards for activities for students to do with the clock flashcards. Perfect for math centres.

Time Flashcards – Includes two sets (digital time and analogy time, and word and digital time) as well as ideas on how to use them in your classroom. All times to the hour, half hour, quarter past and quarter to are included.

Word Wall Word Cards

Telling time – Time poem for your students to read.

Hickory Dickory Dock – Time poem for your students to read.

Blank Pages for Story Writing – Includes 3 different writing pages for students to write their own time story.

Small Clock Labels for Classroom Clock

Large Clock Labels for Classroom Clock

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101

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