Do your students need DIFFERENTIATED teaching and practice activities for telling and writing time to the nearest minute and measures of time intervals in minutes? This DIGITAL and PRINTABLE Telling Time math pack includes 96 task cards to give students practice with time to the hour, half hour, nearest 10 minute, nearest 5 minute, and nearest minute. This telling time unit covers third grade math standards and can be used with ANY math curriculum!
Teaching your students how to tell and write time will be fun using these DIGITAL and PRINTABLE activities. You will be able to meet your students where they are using these FOUR SETS of telling time math tasks. The interactive Easel Tasks are perfect center activities to introduce and/or practice using analog clocks to tell and write times and the differentiated sets give students time to master this math skill. Check out the preview to see all you get with this packet!
Differentiated Telling Time Math Task Card Set Includes:
- SET ONE Telling Time to the Hour (12 Task Cards)
- SET TWO Telling Time to the Half Hour (16 Task Cards)
- SET THREE Telling Time to the Nearest Five Minutes (20 Task Cards
- SET FOUR Telling Time to the Nearest Ten Minutes (48 Task Cards)Task Card Covers for each of the Four Sets (4 per page)
- Answer Keys for each of the Four Sets (4 per page)
- Student Answer Sheets (2 per page)
Easel Activities are Digital Ready Activities for Teachers to:
- customize select PDF resources
- choose the number of tasks to assign at a time
- assign using Google Classroom
- remove or reorder pages
- use as already prepared
- create moveable and interactive activities
This resource has an additional digital version using TpT's new digital tool EASEL. After purchase, click the "Open in Easel" button. This will give you access to the TPT digital platform EASEL with the writing tool.
These PRINTABLE and DIGITAL Telling Time to the minute, 5 minute, hour, and half hour task cards give students practice telling time to the hour and half-hour, telling time to the nearest five-minute, ten-minutes, and minute intervals. Students will master telling time with analog clocks in math centers so they can be ready to move on to elapsed time.
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