This is a set of activities for telling time practice but, not worksheets! You will find a desk strip to record the actual time five times a day. There is a whole class elapsed time activity, What time will it be? Students will love playing with a small group or partner the time game "Who can get to an hour first"? Time will seem to fly when students are working on learning time phrases, a.m. , p.m., quarter hour, and half hour, and more! Included also are illustrating/writing activities and time fillers.
1. What time is it?
2. What time will it be? (3 sets)
3. Illustrate/Write a.m./p.m.
4. Phrases with time
5. Crossword Puzzle
6. Time Game
7. Other Game and Practice Ideas
8. Fractional Parts of an Hour
9. TicTacToe Grids
10. Clock writing Paper
Thanks for taking the time to look at this! Trudy White
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