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This kit contains almost everything you need to help your students learn, practice, and demonstrate their understanding of telling time concepts. Included in this download are 60+ pages of activities, worksheets, games, and mini-posters.

The topics covered in this kit (each with posters and activities) are:

- Introduction to units of measuring time

- AM and PM

- The difference between analog and digital clocks

- Telling time to the nearest hour

- Telling time to the nearest half hour

- Telling time to the nearest quarter hour

- Telling time to the nearest five minutes

- Telling time to the nearest minute

In my own classroom, I am working on motivating my students to be self-directed learners, so I designed this kit as a way to allow them to move at their own pace through telling time concepts. To this end, I have a plastic container that I labeled “Telling Time” and have laminated copies of the mini-posters and QR codes, folders with the activities photocopied inside, and self-directed learning rubrics for each student that connect to my school’s measurement topics for telling time. My students are thus able to work at their own pace through these lessons and also to track their own progress.

Here's a more detailed look at the mini-posters and activities included in this kit.

This kit contains the following mini-posters:

- A.M. and P.M.

- Basic Units of Time

- Analog and Digital Clocks

- Telling Time

- Names for Times

- Telling Time on a Digital Clock (2)

- Telling Time to the Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Half Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Quarter Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Nearest Minute on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time on an Analog Clock

- Which Hand Is It?

- Telling Time on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Hour on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Half Hour on an Analog Clock

- Quarter Past on an Analog Clock

- Quarter To on an Analog Clock

- Is It “To” the Hour or “Past” the Hour? (2)

- Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Nearest Minute on an Analog Clock

- Comparing Analog and Digital: To the Nearest Hour

- Comparing Analog and Digital: To the Nearest Half Hour

- Comparing Analog and Digital: Quarter Past

- Comparing Analog and Digital: Quarter To

This kit contains the following activities:

- Which Is Longer?: Students determine which of two choices is the longer amount of time.

- What Could I Do Then?: Students look at a digital clock and determine an activity that it would make sense to be doing during that time of the day.

- My Daily Schedule: Students think about what they do during the day and then draw the times that they do those activities on analog clocks.

- Telling Time – Digital and Analog Clock Matching: Students match a written time to the same time on a digital and an analog clock. (Times to the nearest quarter hour.)

- Time Flies! – Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes: Students match a written time to the same time on a digital and an analog clock. (Times to the nearest five minutes)

- Analog and Digital Clocks: Students draw and write about where they have seen analog and digital clocks. Students then watch a clock of each type and think about how they work.

- Writing Time in Words and Numbers: Students read a time on an analog clock and then practice writing the time in numbers and in words.

- How Long is a Minute?: Working in pairs, students time themselves to see how many of each task they can complete in one minute.

- Timeline – An Ordering Time Activity: Students order a set of times in words, on analog clocks, and on digital clocks from earliest to latest in the day.

- Skip Counting by Five on an Analog Clock: Students practice skip counting to fill in the minutes on an analog clock.

- Telling Time to the Quarter Hour: Students fill in the missing ways to write a given time – on an analog clock, in words, and/or on a digital clock.

- Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes: Students fill in the missing ways to write a given time – on an analog clock, in words, and/or on a digital clock.

- Roll a Time!: Students use dice to make hour and minutes values and then draw the time on a digital and an analog clock.

- What Time is My Test?: Students solve a logic problem to figure out when individuals have a test.

- Watching the Clock: Students watch the clock in their classroom and try to get four times in a row.

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However you make use of this kit, I hope you will find it fun, engaging, and effective!

If you like this product, you may also like:

Place Value in a Box

Addition and Subtraction in a Box

The topics covered in this kit (each with posters and activities) are:

- Introduction to units of measuring time

- AM and PM

- The difference between analog and digital clocks

- Telling time to the nearest hour

- Telling time to the nearest half hour

- Telling time to the nearest quarter hour

- Telling time to the nearest five minutes

- Telling time to the nearest minute

In my own classroom, I am working on motivating my students to be self-directed learners, so I designed this kit as a way to allow them to move at their own pace through telling time concepts. To this end, I have a plastic container that I labeled “Telling Time” and have laminated copies of the mini-posters and QR codes, folders with the activities photocopied inside, and self-directed learning rubrics for each student that connect to my school’s measurement topics for telling time. My students are thus able to work at their own pace through these lessons and also to track their own progress.

Here's a more detailed look at the mini-posters and activities included in this kit.

This kit contains the following mini-posters:

- A.M. and P.M.

- Basic Units of Time

- Analog and Digital Clocks

- Telling Time

- Names for Times

- Telling Time on a Digital Clock (2)

- Telling Time to the Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Half Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Quarter Hour on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time to the Nearest Minute on a Digital Clock

- Telling Time on an Analog Clock

- Which Hand Is It?

- Telling Time on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Hour on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Half Hour on an Analog Clock

- Quarter Past on an Analog Clock

- Quarter To on an Analog Clock

- Is It “To” the Hour or “Past” the Hour? (2)

- Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes on an Analog Clock

- Telling Time to the Nearest Minute on an Analog Clock

- Comparing Analog and Digital: To the Nearest Hour

- Comparing Analog and Digital: To the Nearest Half Hour

- Comparing Analog and Digital: Quarter Past

- Comparing Analog and Digital: Quarter To

This kit contains the following activities:

- Which Is Longer?: Students determine which of two choices is the longer amount of time.

- What Could I Do Then?: Students look at a digital clock and determine an activity that it would make sense to be doing during that time of the day.

- My Daily Schedule: Students think about what they do during the day and then draw the times that they do those activities on analog clocks.

- Telling Time – Digital and Analog Clock Matching: Students match a written time to the same time on a digital and an analog clock. (Times to the nearest quarter hour.)

- Time Flies! – Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes: Students match a written time to the same time on a digital and an analog clock. (Times to the nearest five minutes)

- Analog and Digital Clocks: Students draw and write about where they have seen analog and digital clocks. Students then watch a clock of each type and think about how they work.

- Writing Time in Words and Numbers: Students read a time on an analog clock and then practice writing the time in numbers and in words.

- How Long is a Minute?: Working in pairs, students time themselves to see how many of each task they can complete in one minute.

- Timeline – An Ordering Time Activity: Students order a set of times in words, on analog clocks, and on digital clocks from earliest to latest in the day.

- Skip Counting by Five on an Analog Clock: Students practice skip counting to fill in the minutes on an analog clock.

- Telling Time to the Quarter Hour: Students fill in the missing ways to write a given time – on an analog clock, in words, and/or on a digital clock.

- Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes: Students fill in the missing ways to write a given time – on an analog clock, in words, and/or on a digital clock.

- Roll a Time!: Students use dice to make hour and minutes values and then draw the time on a digital and an analog clock.

- What Time is My Test?: Students solve a logic problem to figure out when individuals have a test.

- Watching the Clock: Students watch the clock in their classroom and try to get four times in a row.

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However you make use of this kit, I hope you will find it fun, engaging, and effective!

If you like this product, you may also like:

Place Value in a Box

Addition and Subtraction in a Box

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