Telling time, both analog and digital, is a skill for life. Playing this game helps students learn to recognise times and is ideal as a way to differentiate time-telling activities in your classroom. “I Have, Who Has” promotes…speaking and listening, intentional turn-taking, call and response, skills practice and of course, patience. This game is perfect to play as a group and ideal as a class warm up, part of a lesson or as a break in your day.
Included are 7 sets of cards. Sets range in size from 12 cards to 36 cards. That’s a total of 176 cards.
Sets include -
• analog o’clock – 12 cards
• analog o’clock + half past – 24 cards
• analog and digital o’clock + half past – 24 cards
• analog quarter to + quarter past – 24 cards
• analog and digital quarter to + quarter past – 24 cards
• analog and digital 15 minute interval mix – 32 cards
• analog and digital 5 minute interval mix – 36 cards
All are printable in either full colour or ink-friendly black and white.
A fun and engaging way to practice telling the time and well suited to the classroom, especially where time-telling skills are varied amongst your students.
For more Math activities check out - Volume Activities - Block Building Cards and more.
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