Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour | Telling Time to Quarter Hour

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1st - 2nd, Homeschool
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These FUN task cards make great centers for telling time to the hour, half-hour, and quarter-hour! Use the cards during small group instruction along with the included anchor charts. Not only will your students practice math skills, but they will also practice reading! All of the task cards are based on familiar fairy tales which makes motivating your students easy! There are worksheets for assessments. The hard work is done for you.

For the DIGITAL version, go HERE!

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In this engaging, hands-on resource you will find:

  • Task cards - analog and digital clocks
  • Recording sheets -use for accountability in center work
  • Answer keys - students monitor their own learning
  • A BONUS set of 14 telling time posters (Listed as a freebie in the store.) Print out the posters that you think are appropriate for your grade level and use them to promote higher level thinking discussions/skills!

This loaded set includes:

24 cards to the hour

24 cards to the half-hour

24 cards to the quarter hour

⏳ Sample anchor charts with the pieces to create your own

Word Wall Cards

Teaching suggestions on how to teach telling time

Posters to place in your Math Center

Response sheets for center work accountability

Worksheets for practice or to use as assessments

Just for Fun sayings about how we use the word “time” in everyday life

FREE Time Posters with sayings about time

⏳ Black and white version of task cards for your printing preferences

**Most kindergarten students learn to tell time to the hour (even if not listed in Common Core). This is most appropriate for 1st Graders except they might need assistance with reading the cards.

Second graders should be able to read the cards so use your discretion as to whether or not they need practice with the activities included. They are great in a center for reinforcement.**

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.


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